Inject Some Color into Your Wedding Weekend, Says Celebrity Stylist

Ditch Tradition Why Brides Shouldn't be Bound to White for their Entire Wedding Weekend

Brides, don’t wear white all weekend at your wedding.

White Wedding Dress

Who said wedding fashion had to stick to tradition like a well-behaved bridesmaid? According to celebrity stylist Micaela Erlanger, wearing white your entire wedding weekend is so last season it’s practically sitting in the clearance rack. Time to shake things up, darlings!

Throw away the rulebook that limits you to just one color (looking at you, white) and unleash your vibrant personality throughout the whole weekend. Wedding gown? Yes, it can still be white, but Erlanger urges you to consider other elements that will make your fashion-forward heart flutter. Think daring cutouts that scream “I’m fierce!” or removable accessories that say “Surprise, darling!” It’s time to turn heads and make jaws drop.

Now, let’s talk about all those picture-perfect moments leading up to the big day. Did someone say rehearsal dinner? Oh, honey, you need a show-stopping ensemble that will make guests weak at the knees. How about a colorful dress that says, “I’m here and I’m fabulous!” Oh, and when it’s time to get ready, why settle for a plain old robe? Go for something patterned, something that screams “I woke up like this, flawlessly fashionable.”

Colorful Wedding Ensemble

Erlanger is all about brides bringing fashion into the forefront of their wedding weekends. It’s time to inject some color, darling! Don’t be afraid to showcase your personal style with bold choices that defy tradition. Who says you can’t have it all? You can have the white gown and colorful accents that make you feel like a walking fashion masterpiece.

And let’s not forget the allure of vintage fashion. Ergaler suggests bringing out your inner couture queen by incorporating vintage pieces into your wedding looks. Imagine the timeless elegance of a 100-year-old gown, customized just for you. It’s like wearing a piece of history, my darlings! And not to mention the sentimental value of wearing something that honors your family, like slipping into your mom’s fabulous wedding dress from the 1980s.

So, dear brides, it’s time to break free from the shackles of convention and create a wedding weekend that reflects your unique style and splendid personality. Embrace color, rejoice in vintage fashion, and make a statement that will leave guests gasping for breath. Let’s make fashion history, one dazzling wedding at a time!

Now, my lovelies, tell me, which color would you incorporate into your wedding weekend? Are you a bold red or a vibrant blue kind of bride? Share your colorful dreams in the comments below!