Tame your grabby hands while we share this show-stopping wedding fashion inspiration

December 11 2017 | bijouxandbits
Tame your grabby hands while we share this show-stopping wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Twisted Aisle Weddings | DIYed crowns
Me wanting all the fashion!
I wanted to end the year with a bang and pull together some of the BEST wedding fashion inspiration we could find from some of our best and most stylish vendors. They decided to blow our ever-loving minds with stunning dresses, dapper AF suits, handmade crowns, masks, custom suits, hand-painted shoes, dresses made from vintage tablecloths, and even dinosaur purses.

I've got some serious grabby hands going on for these dresses, suits, and accessories. It's time to feast your eyes on this smorgasbord of fashion…

Wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Tristan Crane Photography | Avren is a non-binary poet who married their partner, Digby at The Chapel | Makeup : Oui Three Queens | Crown : Chelseas Flower Crowns | Suit: Jake Clothing | Venue: The Chapel
Wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Tristan Crane Photography | Makeup : Oui Three Queens | Crown : Chelseas Flower Crowns | Suit: Jake Clothing | Venue: The Chapel
Wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Amy Catherine Paine | Dress designer: Sarah Mosher at Zeita Studios | Corset: Period Corsets
Wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Joseph Gonzalez-Dufresne | Groom Ron wears a custom shirt by Gassane Tailors with fabric from Liberty of London | suit: Book A Tailor | Boutonniere from Bay End Farm | Glasses: RayBan
Inspiration for wedding dresses & accessories
Photo by Twisted Aisle Weddings | Dresses by Ania Bridal | Hair and makeup by Gina Campbell
Inspiration for wedding dresses & accessories
Photo by Jonas Seaman | Dress by Rara Avis Ange Etoiles
Wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Jamie Y Photography | Hand painted shoes from Figgie
Wedding fashion inspiration
Dress by Zeita Studios | The skirt was created out of a tablecloth that the bride's grandmother had made. It was dyed by Sarah at Zeita Studios and the buttons were glass-blown by the bride’s husband
Wedding fashion inspiration
Dress by Starkers Corsetry (with a 10-foot train!)
Inspiration for wedding dresses & accessories
Photo by Melissa Miksch Photography | Dress & belt by Le Salon Bridal Couture
Inspiration for wedding dresses & accessories
Photo by Twisted Aisle Weddings | Shawl was DIY!
Inspiration for wedding dresses & accessories
Photo by Luxe by Lindsay Photography
Wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Jamie Y Photography | Stegosaurus purse from Kate Spade
Inspiration for wedding dresses & accessories
Photo by Melissa Miksch Photography | Hats by Goorin Bros
Wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Lovesick
Wedding fashion inspiration
Tie "Cell Structure" by Cyberoptix Tie Lab, created using software developed by Nervous System | Photo by Baboo Photography | Groom's Coat and Pants: Sosnovska | Bride's dress: Jill Stuart | Earrings: Jenny Wu Lace | Necklace: Opera Magna
Wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Impressenshi | Officiant: Once Upon A Vow | Florals: Rosewood Floral Co | Hair and Makeup: JBlends.nyc & Appease | Bridal Halo: Alyson Nicole | Wedding Dress: Cynthia Rowley | Event stylist: Soirée and Cabernet
Inspiration for wedding dresses & accessories
Photo: By Asa Photography | Makeup: China
Wedding fashion inspiration
Photo by Carolyn Scott Photography | Dress: "Stargrove" by Claire La Faye
Dragon purse by Linda Salamon of Midnight Revels and Calligraphics Studio
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