5 Best Spring Wedding Wear Options

Wedding season is upon us. Let’s all take a minute and mentally prepare for this. There’s going to be fun, dancing, love, and booze. It’s a great time of year. Of course, these can get overwhelming if you’re around the age where everyone decides to get married in the same month. Fear not. There are options for you to wear and not completely break the bank (or be photographed at 6 different weddings in the same dress…). There are wedding wear options for every type of wedding.

A Garden Affair

This dress by Elizabeth and James is just dreamy. For $118 it can be yours and you can float through the night like the garden goddess you truly are.

A Cocktail Soirée

This sweet number by Hutch is the perfect dress for a wedding that’s “cocktail attire.” It’s fun, flirty and would be great to dance in without worrying about any wardrobe malfunctions. And only for $30 for rental from Rent The Runway.

Nautical Nuptials

If you’re going to a sea-escape setting for the wedding, try a long gown with a casual flair. This will keep you safe from the breeze but still gives off a fancy vibe.

Family Ties

If it’s a family wedding, and you’re looking to keep things grandma appropriate, but still look on-trend, how about this cute BB Dakota dress that you’ll be able to repurpose for future engagement parties, work parties, etc.

Spring Fling

If you’re going to a fun, spring-themed wedding with a great group of people and want to have a blast without worrying about too much, try this number by Self-Portrait. This dress is gorgeous, and won’t make you worry about it showing anything on the dance floor. You could also repurpose this for other events well into summer.

Emma Abbott

Emma Abbott

Emma Abbott is originally from New York and currently lives in the Washington, DC area. She studied journalism at Canisius College and Fashion Merchandising at FIT. By day, Emma works in Public Relations and moonlights as a writer. Her passions are storytelling, music, nature and humans in general, along with her French bulldog, Moo.

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