Wedding Brunch

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By Amanda Koehn

As post-COVID-19, smaller weddings have become more common, in 2023 that’s translating to wedding brunches. Often with a smaller guest list and on a Sunday morning, the wedding might be less formal, yet still exceptionally modern and classy. For the bride, choose either a chic dress or more formal wedding gown, accentuating floral designs or a sleek silhouette. For the groom, choose a more formal, colorful suit or perhaps something more casual, like a suit jacket paired with statement pants. For jewelry, gold or colorful accents fit the theme. After the service, make sure brunch offers a wide selection of sweet and savory dishes – and no, it is not too early for cake. Also, be sure to include colorful and contemporary florals and accents to brighten up the scene.

Lea-Ann Belter Lucia wedding gown from Brides by the Falls in Chagrin Falls.
Santos De Cartier watch, medium model, automatic movement, 18K yellow gold, steel, interchangeable metal and leather bracelets from Alson Jewelers in Woodmere.
Rose, white and yellow diamond stack rings from IMG Jewelers in Lyndhurst.
Valeria dress by Atelier Pronovias from Something White in Independence.
Jacket by Eleventy; Eton white shirt with baby blue trim and buttons; and washed red Italian jeans by Teleria Zed. Outfit from J3 Clothing Company in Moreland Hills.
The Lake by Lela Rose gown from Something White.
Rahaminov 18K yellow gold flower shape leverback earrings, featuring pear shape diamonds, also from Alson Jewelers.
Martina Liana Luxe Style LE1280 wedding gown from Brides by The Falls.

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