If you've had to change your wedding plans due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we feel for you. But, whether you decide to elope, postpone, or have a smaller celebration on your original date, you should still wear the dress of your dreams.By: Rachel Capo
2020 brides have been through it. From planning and re-planning to postponing and eloping, many engaged couples have had to change their wedding plans due to Covid-19. Through the uncertainty of it all, brides and grooms have ditched their original plans, shrunk their guest lists, and decided to move forward with their nuptials in one way or another.
If you've decided on a smaller, more laid back event — we certainly advocate for you to wear your original wedding gown (no matter how elaborate or fancy it is!) — but, it totally makes sense that you might want to change up your bridal style accordingly. Here, we've rounded up some of our favorite minimony looks for inspiration, including gorgeous jumpsuits, dresses with short hemlines and minimalist ensembles that are so extra.
Galia Lahav Pret-A-Porter, Style Jasmine
A plunging neckline, a waist-defining twist detail and a high slit make this crepe dress feel refined and sexy. Plus, the long sleeves will keep you warm outside.
Hayley Paige x BHLDN, Style Campbell
This bridal jumpsuit features a tailored silhouette in allover floral lace. You can up the ante with a removable overskirt for your ceremony, and take it off for the first dance.
Stun in your backyard or in a ballroom. This minimalist strapless sheath is perfect for any venue. Plus, it's lined with shapewear for a figure-flattering fit that smooths and enhances all the right places.
This embroidered floral midi dress with shoulder bows is fresh, feminine, and perfect for nuptials with your nearest and dearest.
Savannah Miller, Style Mildred
This sleek crepe jumpsuit features a trendy square neckline and high-waisted, wide-legged trousers that make you look taller.
Mia Riley, Styles Iris and Karen
This flirty racerback lace top and coordinating fit-and-flare skirt make the perfect pair. And, they're sold separately so you can mix and match for a completely unique look. See all of the Mia Riley separates here.
Comfortable and chic, this gown may have a simple silhouette, but its eye-catching beaded lace and playful front-split make it a total knockout — on zoom or IRL.
Anne Barge, Style Madly in Love
It's the bridal jumpsuit we didn't know we needed. Beautiful bows create a peek-a-boo bodice, and perfectly tailored pants make this an impeccable minimony ensemble.
Adore by Justin Alexander, Style 11100
Short and sweet, this dress is giving us total Carrie Bradshaw vibes. Perfect for showing off a fabulous pair of shoes.
This simple crepe gown is anything but boring. Sheer illusion straps encrusted with delicate beads and pearls wrap around to a gorgeous sheer back with crystal buttons.
This elegant cotton-and-tulle midi dress with a high frill neckline and side cutouts is modern, feminine, and the perfect choice for an intimate bash.
Beloved by Casablanca, Style Maribel
Light and airy, while maintaining the glam, this timeless gown features a beaded and embroidered V-neck bodice and a stretch chiffon skirt.
DB Studio, One-Shoulder Crepe Wedding Jumpsuit with Bow
Stroll down the aisle in this on-trend, wide-leg jumpsuit featuring a silky charmeuse shoulder bow.
A little bit country, a little bit rock n' roll. This silk A-line gown gets a fresh, modern upgrade from a notched square neckline.
However and wherever you decide to make it official, the most important thing is that you are marrying your love. A great dress is just the icing on the [wedding] cake. Rethinking how to style your gal pals for a smaller or more casual affair? Check out 20 Bridesmaid Dress Alternatives.