When I was researching steps to make your Maid of Honor stick out at your wedding, I came across this gorgeous photo (below) from Lucy Davenport Photography in which the bridesmaid dresses complements beautifully the pale pink from the other bridesmaids' gowns, enhancing the general effect to perfection.
Celadon is really a term which was coined for ceramics, originally in China, that have been created using a kind of glaze and jade green which led to a soft, green-blue tone. Beautiful in its own right, you can observe from the gorgeous Dessy bridesmaids below how fabulous celadon happens when used like a single color for the bridesmaids.
But I believe that it is a beauty is enhanced when set amongst other colors and I would you should consider mixing and match bridesmaid gowns with celadon to have an exquisite wedding party.
Take these images below, again in the talented Lucy Davenport Photography, in which the bride has chosen to combine blush and passion (how very Jane Austen!) with celadon producing a beautiful color combination which works brilliantly using the flowers too.
For another look, choose duskier tones to combine with celadon for example (from left) oyster, blush, taupe, palomino and suede rose as shown below.
Possibly my favorite mixture of all may be the one below. This more energetic and oh-so-pretty color pattern combines celadon with blush, rose, punch and suede rose. The introduction of the green prevents the general look from being too saccharine and again, ties in so fabulously using the junior bridesmaid dresses - absolutely wonderful.
And finally, mix the celadon along with other greens and blues for any nautical, refreshing seem like the one below from Bride side via Pinterest.