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Every Single Dress You’ll Need For Your Wedding Weekend (And Beyond)

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When it comes to your wedding weekend, more is more. And we’re not talking about a robust cocktail menu or bouquets of fresh flowers on every surface (though both of those details are important, too!). We’re focusing on all the dresses you can wear for each and every moment of your nuptials. In fact, we think your wedding wardrobe should start being unveiled at your engagement party, then continue on at your bridal shower and bachelorette bash and then conclude with back-to-back stunners during the week you say “I do.”

Here, we created a line-up of dresses that will suit all of the events you have planned in the lead-up to, during and after your big day from the Blanche collection. Part of Galia Lahav’s Wedding Weekend line, these gowns, frocks, jumpsuits and corsets elevate the power of simplicity. Focusing on strong silhouettes, intricate draping and glimmering touches, each design is created to make you look and feel your best. So you can enjoy every single minute of your celebrations.


Just got engaged? Congrats, the wedding parties start now. Go bold for your engagement party with a thigh-high slit and a cutout that’s carefully crafted out of intricate draping. Bonus: That draping also nips in at the waist to create the hourglass silhouette of your dreams. As for accessories, just add a pair of shoulder-dusting earrings and a clutch with your future last name.


Stun at your bridal shower in the Julia. This flowing crepe gown is fitting for a toast to your exciting future. The halter neckline is blooming with pearl- and crystal-adorned flowers, adding a sweet touch to this daytime-friendly look.


Get glammed up for your engagement pictures in a ‘fit that feels inherently you. The Anita corset is a sparkling show-stopper that balances out the coordinating flared pants. Inspired by the ‘70s but modernized for today, this will look brilliant paired with a denim jacket and a messy updo.


Step out for a big bachelorette night on the town with your girls in this crepe number—heart-shaped sunglasses optional. BTW, the Carmen is so versatile that it will look just as cool with strappy sandals as it does with high-top sneakers. So go ahead and stash a change of shoes in your limo.


Applying for your marriage license might seem like just another item on your seemingly bottomless to-do list but this plunging jumpsuit is perfect for the occasion. Keep things on the casual side by pairing the flared trouser with a pair of fresh sneakers and a bouncy blowout. Prefer to go glam? Step into some pointy-toe stilettos and rock a slicked-back bun.


A destination wedding no doubt requires a complete wardrobe of white dresses. Start off the festivities with kick-off drinks in Shauna. The highlight of this white one-shouldered dress might be the pearl and crystal encircled side cut-out but the flared skirt will keep all eyes on you from the moment you walk into the room.


This one-sleeved wonder was made for a rehearsal dinner. Just picture yourself raising a coupe of champagne to all your loved ones, that graceful ruffle emphasizing both the pose and the sweet sentiment. Yeah, that’s a picture-perfect moment. 


Hosting a larger welcome dinner for all of your wedding guests? Channel your inner Grecian goddess with delicate draping that reveals a sheer, glittering corset and a removable scarf. Whether it’s a more formal affair or a low-key dinner with pizza and wine, Betty will work her charm.


The romantic sweetheart neckline and soft satin drape of the Greta feels at once timeless and right on time. If you’re more of a cool-girl bride, choose this gown for your ceremony and pair it with a pearl-studded veil for a contrasting play on textures. Just be sure your photographer captures this iconic look in a few black-and-white pictures.


If you consider yourself more of a glam bride, dial it up in the sparkling Natalie for your ceremony. A snaking trail of crystals glimmers from the shoulder, down the open back and across the bust. It’s dramatic, red-carpet-ready and detailed to a tee. And with a fur stole, this would be ice cool for a winter wedding.


If you’re hosting a cocktail hour between the ceremony and the reception, the ruffled Monica is the gown to change into. Just as playful as your preferred Blood Orange Sparkling Paloma cocktail, this one-shouldered frock is classic and unforgettable with a leg-baring twist.


The party actually starts when you slip on this glitter tulle mini dress and hit the dance floor. Kick off the first dances with Liza’s glimmering overskirt in place and easily detach it when the DJ starts playing your favorite hits from the ‘90s.


Keep the after-party going into the early hours of the morning, martini in hand, in this draped stretch crepe that’s just as comfortable as it is elegant. The Ester features a satin shawl collar, combining the masculine tailoring of a tuxedo with the daring flash of decolletage.


Don’t let the deep V-neck fool you, the Mari gown works well for a daytime event. Like your farewell brunch the morning after the big day. Who says the fun has to stop once the actual wedding is over? Kick off a poolside affair with waffles and coffee in this ethereal, micro-pleated gown and then slip into a white bikini for a blissful afternoon of lounging with your new spouse.

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Izzy Sinclair | February 9, 2023

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