8 Dresses to Attend Spring Weddings

Summer is here and that means that the days get hotter and the bridesmaids skirts get shorter.

Blushes and pastels have been trending for wedding dresses, so consider dressing your girls in these coordinating light and breezy sundresses. If you're looking for a fun pattern, this strapless pleated dress (above, left) is great for a garden wedding without being too loud or overwhelming. Another great pastel choice is the mint dress (above, right) with a built in overlay. It is a little more modest and will keep your bridesmaid's shoulders covered.

For a more structured look, this little blush number below is great! The cap sleeves, minuscule pattern and flattering color is a good choice for bridesmaids with all different body types.

one of the best things about sundresses is all the dancing and spinning possibilities! These two purple sundresses above are a great contrast to the white bridal gown and the empire waistline and tulle skirts will keep your girls on the dance floor all night long.

For a more vintage style wedding, these two blue dresses below will definitely do the trick. From all over pleats to a fitted halter top, your girls will be dressed in the most fashionable throwback of the summer season.

When the sun is out and the days are hot, spaghetti straps are always a good idea. The green dress above just screams summer garden wedding and would look great with big floral crowns.

If you want to keep the more traditional full length bridal party dresses but still bare a little skin, the dark green dress (below, left) would be lovely. We could definitely see it worn at an Art Deco wedding adorned with sophisticated updo hairstyles.

Being concerned about whether or not your bridesmaids will wear their dress again will not be an issue if you choose something cute and trendy like this little bright yellow dress (below, right). We can guarantee that these sundresses for your bridesmaids will never be thrown to the back of their closest!