Okay, you’re only going to do this once, so it’s time to make a statement with a fabulous ballgown or jaw-dropping embellished style that will leave your guests aghast as you make your first appearance on your special day. All eyes will be on you throughout the ceremony, so look for a figure flattering dress that screams bride and offers captivating details from every angle!
Style 44186 from Sincerity
Niebla from Aire Barcelona
Style 1737 Rapunzel from Morilee with Overskirt Style 0175
Nashira from Pronovias
Styles 69454 & 69480 from Ronald Joyce
Overskirts are great and easily removed from ceremony to reception to give you a more streamlined style for mingling with guests at their tables.
Rubia from Rosa Clara Soft
Ekaterina from Sareh Nouri
A structured style such as this would look great in the wedding photographs, but you might not wish to be wearing it for the whole day and prefer to change to a more relaxed style for the evening celebrations.
If you plan to switch up your look, then the break between the ceremony and the wedding reception is the perfect time to do so. Maybe you opted for a more demure look for your ceremony, or a large ballgown and for the reception you wish to vamp it up with a sexier style or indeed a dress that allows for more freedom of movement while sitting and eating with your guests.
Charisma from Blush by Hayley Paige
Ohanna from Enzoani
Riley Corset & Hockney Skirt from Halfpenny London
Buying separates such as the Hockney Skirt and Riley Corset allow you to mix and match your look throughout the day. For example, ditch the skirt and add a fitted trouser or shorter mini skirt for later in the evening.
Style 5773-0117 from Blu by Morilee
Style 117 from Jesus Peiro
This look consists of a macramé minidress and large tulle over-skirt and a velvet and Swarovski crystal belt. Remove the overskirt and belt and you have your mini dress for dancing the night away!
Style 4884 from Paloma Blanca
Rosalynd from Sassi Holford
Dressed For Dancing
Whether three separate dresses have been bought, or one or two that you have been able to adapt throughout the day to offer different looks at different point, by this stage you will want to be wearing a dress that you get hit the dance floor with all of your friends and really enjoy partying into the early hours of the morning! Whether short and sexy or chic and sassy, this final look of the day should be your kind of flirty and fun.
Palermo from Justin Alexander Signature
Tate Side Split from Anna Campbell
This sexy, sparkly dress is offers an elegant evening look and we love the asymmetrical sheer shoulder detailing.
Carol from Pronovias
Style DC042 from Danielle Couture
Harlem Jumpsuit from Eliza Jane Howell
If you aren’t brave enough to try a bridal jumpsuit for the entire day, there’s nothing stopping you from switching things up for the evening reception.
Top & Cropped Trouser from the Civil Collection by Rime Arodaky
Lottie from Savannah Miller