Okay so, all one color can be magnificent on bridesmaids--no argument there but so can florals, checks, dots, tye dye and pretty much anything that isn't a solid color.  Once you fuse print into your bridesmaid scheme it's a cinch to tie it all together with bouquets and accessories.  There are a few brides mixing it up having the bridesmaid party wear different prints and textures.  And here's a point worth pondering: Print dresses are better candidates for actual rewear after the wedding and not likely to be found in the thrift shop a week after.
 The Glitz is on and these textured Gatsbyesque dresses would be ideal for bridesmaids in a more formal or evening wedding.
 CHECKS and plaids include these racetrack style black and white checks, gingham and certain plaids.   Checks because they're bold need a carefully planned out silhouette to make them work.  Above boasts a simple A-line cut--a sure bet for most shapes and figures.
  Polka dots are just so much fun! I totally adore these gals in navy and white with red accessories and bouquets tying everything together.
 Florals are ever romantic and you can actually blend different patterns.  Flowers carry a certain femininity  that goes hand and hand with weddings.  Above the bridesmaids are all in similar patterns that  play off each other yet totally compliment.
 Stripes can be wide or narrow and they do add that clean element to a look that seems to tie everything together.  Not all bridesmaids can get away with donning stripes though. Shorter, curvier figures would do better in thinner, smaller stripe patterns.
Top Photo: Print Dresses by Jenny Yoo via Style Me Pretty
Photo 2: Sparkle dresses via Style Me Pretty
Photo 3: Checked dresses via Bomb Shell Bridal
Photo 4: Polka dot dresses via Wedbook
Photo 5: floral dresses via You Mean The World To Me
Photo 6: Striped dresses via Hey Wedding Lady