Tassles, corsets, and fans: the burlesque wedding eye candy of your dreams

Updated Jan 16 2020
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Sandi Jo and John's weddingfeatured this loveliness | Photo by Erica Clark Photography

We've always had a penchant for a sexy and retro burlesque show at a wedding. And we usually see awesome examples that are totally share-worthy. I decided to wrap them all up in a bow for MAXIMUM EYE CANDY! Couples performing, amazing costumes, steampunk detailing, corsets galore, and so much talent… this burlesque wedding roundup is for all your lovers of this art form. Let's look back at some of our faves… (slight NSFW warning for a few mild bums-in-thongs shots).

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Sarah and Rob rocked a dark glam wedding complete with seriously lovely burlesque. Photo by Robert Wojtowicz Fine Art Photography
Burlesque wedding roundup as seen on @offbeatbride
Photo by Robert Wojtowicz Fine Art Photography
Burlesque wedding roundup as seen on @offbeatbride
Photo by Robert Wojtowicz Fine Art Photography

Burlesque wedding roundup as seen on @offbeatbride
Monique and Danika (of rad corset fame!) had some GORGEOUS performances at their wedding. Photo by Rawtography
Burlesque weddings as seen on @offbeatbride
Felicia and Andre had burlesque fabric aerial dancers starting off their ceremony. They then became the flower girls, sprinkling the black aisle runner with red rose petals.

Burlesque weddings as seen on @offbeatbride

The Ukulele Player
DonnaMarie and Ricky had the "Heavy Metal Cabaret Afterparty" with belly dancers, a sideshow carny, a fan dancer, cabaret singer, ukulele player, and two sets by the bride's metal band. Photo by Angela Cappetta
Burlesque wedding roundup as seen on @offbeatbride
Burlesque performer Frankie Valentine at Jacinta and Dylan's Aussie wedding

 

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