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Let's face it, there is a whole rainbow of fashion between the suit and the wedding gown, and many personal styles fall somewhere along that spectrum. We scoured through our Real Weddings for inspiration to bring you six amazing bridal outfits that go beyond the traditional attire.
Lacey wore a breezy ensemble that perfectly captured her and Jessica’s beautiful beach wedding in Puerto Vallerta.
Jeri’s couture top draped beautifully on her petite frame, and was cut from the same fabric as her bride’s gown. Her crisp white pants were from Burberry and she paired them with fashionable black high-heeled sandals.
Lauren’s purple button-down paired nicely with her beloved’s gown, which featured an embellished pop of color.
Yelena wore an elegant cream-colored tiered dress, and topped off her look with an oh-so-au courant straw sun hat threaded with fabric detailing.
This silky layered look that Paige wore is in perfect juxtaposition to her bride's feminine and flirty feathered skirt. The collar gives it a touch of structure while the plunging neckline keeps it sexy.
For their Jamaican nuptials, Emma wore a tailored vest with a pressed handkerchief in the breast pocket, paired with long white linen pants for a light and airy look. “We’re not very ostentatious, so simplicity and earthiness were definitely key elements,” said her bride.
Photo: Real Weddings Jessica and Lacey, photography by Elizabeth Lloyd; Real Wedding Amy and Jeri, photography by Michele M. Waite Photography; Real Wedding Barbara and Yelena, photography by Timothy Lee Photographers; Real Wedding Deborah and Beth, photography by Erin Leppo Photography; Real Wedding Nicole and Emma, photography by Kwesi Abbensetts Photography
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My partner and I have a unique engagement story. We both identify as queer and my partner, Owen, is transgender. Although we often subscribe to what "men and women" do in relationship, we wanted to be sure that we were being very intentional about how to move forward together and which traditions felt good to us.Engagement 528
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