Oh, She’s in Her Cottagecore Era (spoiler: she’s really pretty)

Liz Allison Photography

The floral bridesmaid dress moment has turned into a movement so it’s pretty much here to stay. Say hello to large girlie floral prints, extra femme and super pretty styles. These bridesmaids are definitely in their Cottagecore Era. We personally love the look. It’s pretty, it’s versatile and you can mix and match with more than one color. It’s your wedding, do whatever you want.

Alfred Sung Style D843FP

Photo Meredith Benton | Dress Style D843FP

The dress has no name, but it has pockets and we couldn’t think of a prettier dress for a Southern wedding. This is a strapless bias cuff bodice satin gown with pockets (yay) in cottage rose larkspur. Southern bride? This bride raves about Lady in Lace Bridal so check them out.

“We cannot say enough WONDERFUL things about Lady in Lace Bridal in Tuscaloosa! They were FABULOUS!!!”

Alfred Sung Emmeline

Photo Liz Allison Photography | Dress Style D838FP

Hit the town in the strapless floral high-low ruffle hem maxi dress with pockets in butterfly botanica pink sand. It screams look at me, I’m SO PRETTY and we’re here for it.

“I love the pictures of my bridesmaids in their bright and patterned dresses walking through downtown Birmingham, with its classic and timeless historic architecture because I feel like it perfectly portrays what I was hoping to accomplish.”

Dessy Collection Chapman

Photo Bridals by Al-Mor | Dress Style 3134

This Ivy Fleur off-the-shoulder maxi dress is pretty much everything. If I were in my Cottagecore Era, this would be the one. Bridals by Al-Mor is a bridal and bridesmaid shop based in Eastern Ontario, Canada – be sure to follow for some super pretty inspo @bridalsbyalmor.

Alfred Sung Emmeline

Photo Nadine Loretta Photography | Dress Style D838FP

Twice is nice, you might recognize this style from the butterfly botanica pink sand fabric above. Fitting, since this was a second ceremony dress for the bride, one ceremony in the US and the second one in the UK for those who couldn’t travel. I guess it’s technically a bridesmaid dress, but who says? Wear whatever you want. This Strapless Floral Maxi Dress With Pockets makes for a perfect destination wedding dress and looked perfect on her!

After Six Mismatched in Blush Garden

Photo Lindsay Nicole Photography | Dress Styles 1560, Style TH123, Style 8232

Blush Garden was the perfect choice for this apple orchard wedding in the UK. The bride went with mismatched styles in lux chiffon.

More Cottagecore Era Dresses

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