5 lovely dresses for spring weddings

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1. Rebecca Vallance Ravena Midi ($325)

Darted along the bodice, this crepe midi in antique rose creates a silhouette sophisticated enough for the most formal wedding. A lace-up cutout in back enhances the drama. Buy it at Net-A-Porter.

2. Ted Baker London Hailie Skater Dress ($289)

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A midday garden affair needs a touch of romanticism, too. The bold zigzag and scalloped edge on this skater dress add snap to its dusky rose Palace Gardens print. Buy it at Nordstrom.

3. Boden Riviera ($140)

Grab attention while staying loose with this sleeveless cotton-linen midi in mimosa yellow. The flattering waist tie sits just above two generous front pockets. Also available in snapdragon red. Buy it at Endource.

4. Borgo de Nor Isadora ($693)

Frida Kahlo meets Leonora Carrington in the purple orchids and brilliant saffron of this satin maxi with a wraparound skirt and asymmetrical ruffle detail. Pair it with beige accessories for best effect. Buy it at Matches Fashion.

5. Eliza J Chiffon Maxi ($158)

"Flowy and floral, this dress screams spring," and the pleats running from waist to toe ensure it'll come to life with every twirl on the dance floor. It's on trend, but "you'll love it for years to come." Buy it at Nordstrom.

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