What To Wear At These 6 Unconventional Weddings

If you've even glanced at Pinterest in the last couple of years you'll know about the rise of the unconventional wedding. As we scroll through photo galleries of barn ceremonies occurring amidst burlap and straw, or mountain-top nuptials with breathtakingly green views, we can't help but wonder -- what would we wear to these unconventional weddings?

We've partnered with eBay Designer Collective to answer this question, creating outfits we think would be perfect for six popular, but unusual, settings. Scroll down to see some wedding-worthy outfits that go beyond the ballroom and chapel.

The Rustic Locale
What to expect: A barn, fairy lights, DIY mason jar centerpieces, a bluegrass band

What to wear: Farm weddings seem to be the most popular "unconventional" weddings around. We'd go western, but demure, in a cream-colored dress and gold accents. These booties hint just enough at cowboy boots without quite veering into "hoedown" territory.

Get the look:Nicole Miller Jenna Paint and Lace Dress; House of Harlow 1960 Addison Clutch; Twelfth St. by Cynthia Vincent Laney Sling Back; House of Harlow 1960 Jewelry Pura Temple Bangle
The Seashore Ceremony
What to expect: Pastel color scheme, sun, sand and wind

What to wear: The beach wedding is the time-honored staple of unconventional weddings. If your free-spirited friend decides to get hitched on the beach, you might find yourself wondering how to deal with the various elements at hand. Going for a maxi dress and some glamorous sandals makes for a beautiful, no-fuss outfit.

Get the look: Nicole-Miller-Ephemeral-Flora-Gown; Calvin Klein Molly Leather Sandal; Alex and Ani Om Sacred Studs Necklace; Alex and Ani Sepia Glade Bangle; House of Harlow 1960 Cassidy Sunglasses; Twelfth St. by Cynthia Vincent Banker's Clutch
The Cultured Affair
Gallery Image: Phil Roeder/Flickr

What to expect: Art aficionados, wine and cheese plates, a jazz band

Ceremonies in art galleries, libraries and museums have become fairly common, and they're a great excuse to go a little trendier at a wedding. It's an opportunity to let your hemline wander a bit upwards and commit to a bold, graphic print that will stand up to the art around it.

Get the look: Nicole Miller Maze Sequin Dress; Nicole Miller Studded Leather Clutch; Alex and Ani Emerald Love Sacred Studs; House of Harlow 1960 Acute Cuff; Calvin Klein Brady Pump
The Outdoorsy Occasion
What to expect: Scenic views, open air, some light hiking

We've seen a surprising amount of stories on weddings that take advantage of the great outdoors. The views are certainly grand, but in light of the trek you may have to make to get to them, we'd go for a low maintenance (heel-less) ensemble that echoes the earthy setting.

Nicole Miller Maze Knit Crop Top; Cynthia Rowley Trapunto Maxi Skirt; Kenneth Jay Lane Gold Cuff; Calvin Klein Laura Flat; Calvin Klein Maria Shoulder Bag
The Black-Tie Event
Castle Image: Juanedc/Flickr

What to expect: Old-money venue, champagne and hors d'oeuvres, a string quartet

What to wear: OK, maybe we're dreaming a little big on this one. But if you have some aristocratic friends, or you are going to a wedding that's black-tie, we think this outfit will have you feeling particularly royal. The neckline on this dress is super regal -- amidst the stone and tapestry, we'd be dreaming of our reign.

Get the look:Badgley Mischka High Neck Sleeveless Evening Gown; Elie Tahari Orchard Clutch; Calvin Klein Angela High HeelBadgley Mischka Multi-Stone Cluster Necklace
The Nautical Nuptials
Yacht Image: ReubenInStt/Flickr

What to expect: Sunny skies, whimsical decorations, sailor jokes

What to wear:A wedding on the wide-open sea calls for a nautical outfit, which is pretty on-trend anyway. We would wholeheartedly embrace primary colors and reach for a dress with seashell-reminiscent scalloping.

Get the look:Nicole Miller Scalloped Fringe Dress; Calvin Klein Scarlett Wristlet; Calvin Klein Asa High Heeled Sandal; House of Harlow Jordana Sunglasses