How To Throw The Best Wedding After-Party

There are so many aspects to a wedding. Once the ceremony and reception are over, there is one more thing on the list: the after party. If you want to make sure that your night ends with a memorable bang, it might be time to learn how to throw the best wedding after party.

The Benefits Of A Wedding After-Party

Many wedding venues have a cut-off time for their license. However, many newlyweds aren’t ready to see their night come to an end, so they book in at another venue to have a wedding after party until the early hours of the morning. They are fun, an added bonus to the day, and a great way to surprise your guests.

The Guest List To The Party

The best way to decide on your guest list is to leave things open. Why? Some of your guests may be left with a sour taste in their mouth if they don’t get an invite to the wedding after-party. Instead, why not let everyone know there is more to come and leave it open to everyone?

Where To Throw Your Wedding After-Party

There are certain things to consider when picking a location. You need to make sure that the venue has a license for the early hours of the morning and that it’s easy to get to from your reception. If not, you could find that many of your guests skip the party altogether.

Think About Your Budget

The amount of budget you need for your wedding after-party all depends on how big you want to go. If you want a private boat to end the night, then you may need to save more than a garden after-party at your own home.

The wedding doesn’t have to end with the reception. In fact, learning how to throw the best wedding after-party means the fun never has to stop.

Paris Hilton Sports a Minutes-Made Toilet Paper Wedding Dress at Her Bridal Brunch

Paris Hilton is one of those fashion icons, who can rock literally anything, even when getting ready for walking down the aisle. In a fun bridal bash in her house backyard, the fashionista has set a modern bridal goal by donning a quirky bridal outfit made out of, well, toilet papers!

The Dress Race

At the recent intimate bridal brunch, Paris rocked bridal couture, made with toilet paper, in just 5 minutes! Yes, you heard it right! Paris along with her sister-in-law Tessa Hilton became models for their brainstorming friends, who divided into two groups to hold a competition of constructing two wedding dresses out of toilet papers within 5 minutes. Before setting the timer, Paris just forbid them to add any “brutal veil” to hers.

The Final Looks

Paris ended up donning an ‘80s style chic wedding gown with padded shoulders and completed with a braided headband. Tessa got a floor-grazing number with a veil and fingerless gloves. Paris’s little dogs played their part too! He didn’t waste any time and quickly started chewing and tearing away the trains, finally destroying the looks! Mission accomplished there!

The Actual Look

It’s not all about the toilet paper! Paris wore a fun bridal-inspired outfit underneath, which was comprised of a stylish white mini-dress completed with a peekaboo cutout in front and long billowy sheer sleeves. Quirky white-rimmed, heart-shaped sunglasses and matching white pumps complemented her look. To top it all off, her hair was neatly tied into a mod high ponytail.

The Celebration

The backyard of Paris’s Los Angeles Home was decorated for the celebration with lush greenery and pink decors, completed with white floral arrangements. Like her bridal shower, the touch of her favorite Alice in Wonderland theme was also here with hanging black teacups. The cookies and cans of sparkling water also came decorated with the portraits of Paris and her fiancé Carter Reum. The delicious brunch menu consisted of harvest salad, smoked salmon frittata, and mini chocolate croissant cinnamon buns.