Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Brooklyn by Anna Campbell from Avancy Bridal

Your wedding day is supposed to be all fun and games, but sometimes planning a full ceremony and dinner reception can be exhausting (and not to mention pricey). If you’re over the hustle and bustle of an afternoon ceremony/reception, you should definitely consider a brunch wedding instead. Not only can it be cost efficient and fun, but the opportunity to wear a less formal dress is enough to make any girl jump on board. With brunch wedding gowns, you can literally go any way you want. Short, long, flowy, skin-tight, simple, extravagant, the list goes on and on. The opportunity to have a bit more leeway in the style of your dress gives you a chance to cater the style of your dress to the theme of your brunch, and to let loose a bit more than you would with a regular bridal gown.

There are plenty of options for length, fit and style, but most importantly, brunch wedding gowns offer so many options to accessorize that other dresses do not. Adding a sash, a statement necklace or rocking some colorful shoes are just a few ways you can make your dress your own, and with a relaxing brunch reception instead of a full dinner party, you’ll be able to breeze through your big day (and enjoy a mimosa or two while you’re at it). Here are just a few of our favorite brunch wedding gown options.

Brunch Wedding Gowns

Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Justin Alexander from Suzanne’s Bridal Boutique

Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Clover by Casablanca Bridal from Grace Style & Bridal

Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Sofia by Eddie K from Bridal Boutique of Arizona and Bride Studio

Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Monique Lhuillier from Almond Tree Wedding Boutique | Photo: Jane in the Woods

Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Kylie Short by Limor Rosen from Lovely Bride

Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Moonlight Bridal from Suzanne’s Bridal Boutique

Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Leanne Marshall from Lovely Bride

Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Leilani by Morilee from Bride Studio

Bridal Trend: Brunch Wedding Gowns | Arizona Weddings Magazine

Gown: Poppy Busiter and Chicory Skirt by Willowby by Watters from Bridal Boutique of Arizona