Lesbian Wedding Fashion Inspiration

Mix-and-Match Wedding Fashion Editorial to Inspire Individuality

If you can’t find a look that represents your style, create one! Photographer JJ Ignotz wanted to produce a shoot that celebrated individuality and create looks that delicately blended dapper and femme styles.

The result is a variety of looks that pair a Loulette Bride ballroom skirt with a tuxedo jacket from The Groomsman Suit, crop-tops and lace tops with suits, and an oh-so-chic pantsuit from Theia. I’m seeing more and more soonlyweds mix-and-match wedding pieces with retail and ready-to-wear items and it makes me so happy to see, not only for breath of fresh air from all of the femme silhouettes, but knowing that people are prioritizing their personal style. And if you’re wanting to create your own look but not sure where to start, this editorial is the perfect inspiration. 

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Styled Shoot Vendors

Photography: JJ Ignotz

Hair & Makeup: Izzy Ruiz

Model Agency: We Speak

Venue: Studio 806

Floral Design: James Abel Events

Styling: Heather Newberger

Model: Arisleyda

Suits: The Groomsman Suit

Separates: Loulette Bride

Pantsuit: Theia

Model: Sophie

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