If you’re around the age where everyone is getting married — or it at least feels like it — the front of your fridge is probably covered in wedding invites. However, you may be surprised to learn that spring is slowly declining in popularity as the season for couples hosting their nuptials. According to The Knot, most 2023 weddings will occur in the summer and fall. Nonetheless, if you have a friend who planned a wedding around the blooming of the peonies, you’ll want to check out these spring wedding guest dresses.
Heat Wave Babe Green Floral Print Puff Sleeve Midi Dress
Boasting Beauty Apricot Satin Halter Mini Dress
Batwing Sleeve Elastic Waist Midi Dress in Distorted Floral Print
Satin Cowl Neck Midi Dress
Reflect Radiance Blushing Pink Tulle Sequin Maxi Dress
Cascading Crush Blue Floral Print Tiered Bustier Midi Dress
Malina Floral Cutout Puff Sleeve Midi Dress
Bardot Kiah Floral Print Corset Puff Sleeve Minidress
Ryleigh Strapless Maxi Dress
Floral Print Ruffle Maxi Dress
Hampton Tiered Midi Dress
Ruched Tulle Dress
Satin Pleated Cutout Maxi Dress
Square-Neck Faux Leather Dress
Stella Strapless Hammered Back-Slit Satin Gown
The thing is, if you get a new dress for spring, you’ll want to make sure you can wear it again, especially if the rest of your wedding invites are for later in the year. These dresses are technically in stock for this upcoming season, but you could easily wear them well into the summer for another wedding, fancy dinners, vacations and more.
Additionally, you don’t have to spend a lot. These 15 spring wedding guest dresses are sorted by your budget and arranged from price, low to high.
Budget: $50 or Less
You can wear this green floral midi dress to a spring wedding and later on in the summer with flip-flops out to dinner.
Pair this neutral satin mini dress with strappy metallic heels and a brightly colored handbag, or keep your look monochromatic and wear it with clear sandals and light gold jewelry.
This floral print has a watercolor effect that’s sure to stand out. The long sleeves are perfect for early spring weddings when it may still be a bit chilly out.
You can’t go wrong with a satin slip dress! This one comes in six spring-appropriate colors, like lilac and rose pink.
Look and feel like a ballerina in this sparkly pink tulle dress. Just imagine how magical you’ll look twirling on the dance floor.
Budget: $51 – $100
Corsets were one of 2022’s hottest trends, and the bustier style isn’t going anywhere. This dress makes it extra feminine by combining the trend with ruffles and a floral print. The dress comes in many solid colors, too. (You have to see the hot pink!)
This dress is pretty much the definition of business in the front and party in the back. It’s pretty and feminine, yet plenty flirty.
Here’s another iteration of the corset, but in mini dress form. Pair this dress with nude heels to elongate your legs (just make sure they’re ones you can dance in!).
Pantone’s color of the year is Viva Magenta, and while this dress is a little more bubblegum, you’re bound to see shades of pink like this everywhere this season.
This dreamy floral maxi dress has ruffle sleeves and ties in the back. Wear it with strappy heels to a garden wedding.
Black isn’t exactly festive for spring, but this dress makes it feel light and airy thanks to its tiered chiffon ruffles and tie straps.
This lavender ruched mini dress has a bow detail on the back that feels feminine and timeless.
This midi dress has small cutouts on the sides to accentuate your waist and a flattering pleated satin fabric. Get it in this gorgeous green, or choose from four other colors and three lengths.
You know what’s unexpected? Wearing leather to a wedding. However, this pink faux leather midi dress is a real party starter.
This simple strapless satin dress is perfect for replicating Hailey Bieber’s effortless-looking 2022 Grammys style. There, she wore a similar-looking Saint Laurent gown paired with dainty Tiffany’s jewelry and pulled her hair back into a low, loose braid. You could also spice up this dress with larger jewels, a sleek bun, or an oversized leather jacket.
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