I’m willing to bet that you’re putting a LOT of thought into what you’re going to be wearing on your wedding day. But chances are, you might not have considered what you’re going to be wearing BEFORE jumping into that outfit. And while you’re more than welcome to wear whatever feels most “you” on your wedding day, I wanted to share two great options for you and your wedding party to look super-chic and function appropriately.
photo by Graham Terhune Photography from Lane and Jamie’s Wedding
photo by Michael Pangilinan Photography from Susan and Sam’s Wedding
Silk Floral Robes
I’m a HUGE fan of any type of robe really and I’m always on a quest to find that “perfect” robe for when I hop out of the shower. But these silk floral bridal robes are always a great treat and gift to yourself and your wedding tribe.
The ULTIMATE goal with any pre-ceremony attire is that it must be removed without interfering with your hair and makeup. Robes are easy to throw on and off and make “disrobing” a breeze. (See what I did there?)
photo by Alexandra Whitney Photography from Courtney and Dan’s Wedding
If florals aren’t your thing, there are a ton of other options out there including solids and many other patterns.
One thing to note, with Plum Pretty Sugar, their robes are NOT returnable for any reason whatsoever. Just a heads up!
photo by Love Me Do Photography from Caryl and Jordan’s Wedding
photo by Amanda Krieg Photography from Erin and Mike’s Wedding
Laid-Back Button-Down Shirts
Whether you want something that feels a bit oversized or a more tailored, fitted look, button-down shirts are the perfect morning-of top that will look great, remove easily and last once the day has passed.
What I love about these shirts is that most of us have at least one already hanging in our closet which means it shouldn’t be a “hassle” to ask your wedding party to wear them. Or, you can also opt to get them embroidered or personalized for a nice, customized gift.
photo by Miranda Marrs Photography from Amanda and Kevin’s Wedding
Because the shirts can easily button and unbutton, you don’t have to worry about them interfering with your hair and makeup. And, if you’re worried about not wearing a bra (more on that in a second), many button-down shirts are thicker in material making them a perfect cover-up.
photo by Danielle Coons Photography from Katelyn and Lee’s Wedding
As a reminder, consider removing your bra and any other tight-fitting clothing a few hours before you plan on getting dressed to avoid any strange lines on your skin. This also includes those pesky hair ties we tend to collect on our wrists, too!
Again, it’s always best to let YOU shine through on your wedding. These are just two options and you can wear whatever feels best on your skin. Just make sure you can easily remove it (without smudging your makeup or messing your hair) and it doesn’t leave any lasting marks on your skin.