12 Bride + Bride Attire Ideas for Your Lesbian Wedding 12 Bride + Bride Attire Ideas for Your Lesbian Wedding
Deciding what to wear on any given day is difficult enough let alone on the day where you marry the love of your life.... 12 Bride + Bride Attire Ideas for Your Lesbian Wedding

Deciding what to wear on any given day is difficult enough let alone on the day where you marry the love of your life. You might feel the need to match your partner, which can be daunting when you two have opposite styles. If you’re in need of some bridal inspiration for your lesbian wedding, look no further. We’ve compiled 12 gorgeous lesbian duos who look stunning together on their wedding day!

 

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Bead Work + Pops of Color: Everything about this photo is perfection. We love the pops of color the flowers and sneakers add to the photo. Combining an industrial setting with soft attire is ideal to set off your photographs. (Photo via Erica Camille Productions)

 

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Lace Goodness: The first thing we notice about this photo is the absolute happiness between these two gorgeous brides. The lace is what pops out at us next. Look at those stunning details on these dresses! Wear lace in the summertime to keep cool with a vintage flair. (Photo via Allebach Photography)
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Dressed to Impress: From the aqua and checkered shoes to the patterned tie, this duo is a match made in matrimonial heaven. A gray suit is timeless for a wedding, and by just wearing the vest and adding in the checkered sneakers, this bride has a casual appeal. (Photo via Our Labor of Love)

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Splash of Blue: Not quite a periwinkle, this vest and tie combination would be perfect for a spring or summer wedding. (via For Real)
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Black is Back: Not into wearing a dress for your wedding day, but also don’t want to don a suit? This jumpsuit is the perfect solution. This duo combines classic touches with a modern feel for an absolute win in our book. (Photo via Clayton Austin)
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Elegance on Point: If you want to wear a suit on your wedding day, go the route this bride did – splurge on a custom-tailored suit! We love the color combination and the fit! (And the bride’s flower-crown and dress pairing is show stopping!) (Photo via Bryan Sargent Photography)
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Polka Dot: These two brides pull off a rustic and dapper charm with their attire. We love the beading on the dress, and the suspenders and shirt combination are adorable. Don’t be afraid to show your style on your day! (Photo via Tumblr)
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Tan Tux Goodness: Oh, tuxedo pants, how we love thee. This couple takes a traditional spin on the wedding attire overall, but check out those metallic boots! (Photo via Erica Camille Productions)
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All About that White: These two brides dazzle in their white dresses. While the colors are very similar, we love the different colored sashes and texture each dress offers. (Photo via Pritchard Photography)

 

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Neutrals in Fashion: We adore this pair! This lace wedding gown is ideal for a beach wedding, and this bride’s vest and pant combo is a perfect fit. (Photo via Rojita Abujam)
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Make it Glitter: Don’t feel like you have to absolutely match on your wedding day! This couple used bronze/gold tones paired with silver, and it couldn’t be more stunning. The white tulle skirt and white pantsuit is a simple combination with a whole lot of style. (Photo via Jarusha Brown Photography)

 

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Biker Meets Bride: We love how both couples took their styles and embraced them! The snow-white gown paired with a rugged motorist suit brings each bride’s individual style to the forefront, and they pair so well together! (Photo via Chrisman Studios)

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  • Linda

    January 6, 2016 #1 Author

    Such great clothing options. And these photos are all so beautiful.

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