4 Picture-Perfect City Hall Wedding-Day Outfits

Any bride-to-be can tell you that wedding planning is incredibly stressful. It's super time-consuming, expensive, and nerve-wracking at every stage — venues are overbooked, the flowers you want cost a gazillion dollars, and bridesmaid drama is inevitable. Plus, with so many family members' unwanted opinions getting in the way, it can make the whole process that much more annoying.

But, tradition is not for everyone — which is why the couples who opt for a City Hall wedding are our heroes. No guest list, no travel arrangements, and no procession required? Oh, yes, let's do this. The only thing that a City Hall bride has to plan is the outfit. And, luckily, since a TON of money is saved on the non-ceremony ceremony, it means splurging on that perfect white dress is highly encouraged. Ahead, we've got four stunning looks that will make you say, "I do."
The Anti-Dress Jumpsuit
If you're the type of gal who prefers a City Hall wedding, we're placing our bets that you're also not into the traditional wedding dress. For a comfortable and low-key getup, step into a flowy, wide-legged jumpsuit that requires only a quick steam. Finish the look with minimal, silver accessories and pumps that you'll keep rocking even after you exchange rings. Afterwards, you can continue on with your day without the fear of looking like a bride on the loose.
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The Classic, Floor-Length Dress
For a more prim and proper wedding look, stick with a maxi dress that goes all-out with a floor-length hem. A crisp and flattering silhouette is ideal to keep the look summery and easy, while intricately detailed accessories like a lacy cuff, pearl-covered clutch, and wide-brimmed straw hat make the ensemble into something extra-special for the Big Day.
The Swingy Midi Sundress
If you're the kind of bride who needs to dance and celebrate immediately afterwards, you'd best don a fluttery, mid-length dress that will allow for maximum movement. Choose a heel that's a bit chunky for great balance, and introduce an element of pink for good measure. Keep the accessories funky with a hair comb and a pair of pearl earrings that are definitely not from Grandma's jewelry box.
The Lacy Minidress
If you're planning on getting married smack in the middle of summer, by all means zip into a thigh-grazing minidress — it's going to be warm outside, so don't sweat the small stuff if you can help it. A festive, embellished heel is an absolute must to really show off your legs, while the rest of the jewelry should be kept to a minimum for subtle glimmers of shine.