What Should a Wedding Planner Wear to Work?

When chatting with my fellow wedding professionals at the Venue3Two Bridal Bazaar a few weeks back we discovered we all had the same challenge. What to wear when we work a wedding. I think photographers and any other vendor that is present for the whole event would face a similar challenge. We collectively decided that jumpsuits were our favorite thing to wear. With a jumpsuit you can somewhat blend into the background with the guests, and you are safe to climb on ladders and crawl under tables without flashing anyone. We also came up with several requirements for said jumpsuit they are as follows:

  • polished looking, no fabric that looks too cheap

  • cropped legs, so there is no tripping risk

  • legs that aren’t too wide

  • nothing with funky ties, or closures that you’d need help closing

  • no white (duh)

  • nothing that will break the bank

Given all of those requirements, I sourced 10 jumpsuits that I think fit the bill.


What to Wear to Work: Wedding Planner

What to Wear to Work: Wedding Planner

What to Wear to Work: Wedding Planner

What to wear to work: wedding planner

What to Wear to Work: Wedding Planner

What to Wear to Work: Wedding Planner

What to Wear to Work: Wedding Planner

What to Wear to Work: Wedding Planner

What to Wear to Work: Wedding Planner
What to Wear to Work: Wedding Planner

I personally pair my jumpsuit with a pair of Frye Clogs, more polished than sandals or sneakers with plenty of support.

What to wear to work: wedding planner

and an apron to hold all my supplies, timelines and emergency kit.

What to wear to work: wedding planner

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