Wedding Weekend Outfits

Wedding dress. Check. Makeup and hair artists. Check. Wedding weekend outfits? Do not fret. I'll be giving you some outfit ideas ranging at different price points for your fun filled wedding weekend and making sure that you'll be the star of the show. 

I have been on a hunt for the perfect wedding weekend outfits. After countless hours of research and searching, I settled with three outfits, one for the rehearsal dinner, one for the reception, and one for the day-after brunch. There were a variety of dresses and 'bridal' clothing on the market that it was difficult to choose! Of course, there were some that were way out of my price range. I guess for now, I can only admire them from afar. Without further ado, here are some of my picks to impress your guests on your wedding weekend. 


REHEARSAL DINNER

Enter the rehearsal dinner, an oft-exclusive pre-wedding celebration. It is also the time to perfect the flow of the wedding. The rehearsal dinner traditionally includes immediate and close family members as well as the wedding party, officiant...basically anyone who will be taking part in the wedding! It's a great way to kick off the festivities before the big day. Here are some outfit ideas to give your guests a sneak peek of how equally beautiful you'll look on your big day!


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WEDDING RECEPTION

It's your big day! Everyone will be taking pictures of/with you so you'll definitely want to look your best. Most brides tend to wear only one dress for their wedding day, aka their wedding dress. However, there may be a few brides who go the extra mile to be extra boujie and decide to have multiple outfits that they can change into on their big day. If you happen to be one of those brides, do not worry. Here are some reception dress ideas. 


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DAY-AFTER BRUNCH

A Sunday morning-after brunch may be a popular way to ease the hangovers and say your final goodbyes to your guests. A lovely day-after brunch is the best way to have a final celebration as a newlywed couple. Brunches are meant to be kept casual but that does not mean that you can roll into the party in your doggy pajamas. Don't forget that you are still the star of the show! That means you'll still want to dress to impress. 


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