So you have "Select Choose the dress(es) for your bridesmaids and now it's time to complete the look. If you don't know where to start, take a look at our ideas below to dress your bridesmaids in style.

1. Leave it to them.

You can express the individuality of your bridesmaids by allowing them to accessorize, especially if they are all wearing the same bridesmaid dress. This will definitely avoid a "chopped up" look. Let them choose necklaces, earrings, bracelets, shoes, etc. You can also give them some parameters: stay in the pearl family or use metallic accessories. If you want to add designs (like just necklaces and earrings), this works too.

2. Opt for minimal (or no) accessories.

Another option is to ask your bridesmaids to forgo accessories entirely, except for something like a simple pair of earrings. Maybe the bridesmaid's dress is elaborate and gorgeous and a sparkling necklace goes over the top. This brings up another point: When setting up your bridesmaids, remember that sometimes less can be more and they definitely don't need to be full of jewelry. A unique bracelet can perfectly complement a sleeveless or strapless dress.

3. Give them a theme to work with.

You can also try personalizing your bridesmaids' accessories on the wedding day by giving them a theme. For example, if you are wearing a pearl choker, you can use some simple threads. If you're wearing a sparkly headpiece, each of your bridesmaids can wear a similar clip in their hair. This is the best option if you value the look, as similar accessories can help unify the vibe of your wedding. The idea is to create a unique look that fits aesthetically.

4. Give them your accessories.

Accessories are a great idea to give to your bridesmaids. Your squad can wear these tassel earrings on their adventures and will think of your wedding day when they wear them in the future. If you really want your bridesmaids to wear a specific necklace on your wedding day, why not give it as a gift? Wearing mismatched bridesmaid dresses can also help unify your look.

5 . Have a "prop party."

In other words, get your bridesmaids together to make their own props. How about we meet at a bead or charm shop for a casual meeting and create your own matching (or mismatched) accessories? Chances are, your bridesmaids will definitely want to wear these pieces on your wedding day and beyond. Or, if you're having trouble finding the perfect jewelry for your bridesmaids, you can go to a store, make it yourself, and give it as a gift.

6. Be creative (and thoughtful).

You're not limited to items like necklaces and earrings. If you're wearing Baby Breath during the ceremony, ask your stylist to add locks to your bridesmaids' hairstyles. And after the money your bridesmaids will likely spend on a dress, a trip, a bridal shower, gifts and more, do them a favor and don't also get another pair of $300 heels to buy. Try to find a cheaper pair of shoes or simply send them an example (e.g. nude sandals) so they can choose the price.