The first question people asked me when I got engaged was what I was going to wear to the wedding. My impulse reaction was to blurt out, “how the fuck should I know?”
Three brides who opted for suits explain how their choice of attire ensured that their wedding was the best day of their lives.
A reader asked for some wedding looks for a person with an androgynous/femme aesthetic that they could wear to a straight family member’s wedding and I immediately asked to make a style guide because getting fancy for grandma while still feeling like myself is one of my favorite things to do.
I’m a tear-filled romantic who loves parties, so I love weddings, and I’m obsessed with dress-code-based fashion, so I love weddings even more. I’m also pretty obsessed with the idea of androgynous dresses, so I’m excited to talk about them.
Live happily ever after in the wedding suit of your dreams thanks to Wildfang.
A bunch of stylists, caterers and bakers, event planners, and other creative types came together with one amazing mission: to build Barbie’s dream gay wedding — Kendra and all.
“My goopy brain instantly convinced me that this event would singularly make or break our relationship and that if it went poorly it would be my fault. But I swallowed my anxiety and said yes. Then I immediately started thinking about my outfit.”
Not feeling the traditional white wedding dress? No worries, we’ve got you covered.
Blogger, stylish human and businesswoman extraordinaire Nicolette Mason wed her longtime partner Ali Talan at Wythe Hotel in NYC this weekend in what just might be the cutest gay wedding ever.
“Despite all the planning, and all the talking, and all the money we had spent, it was THAT moment that suddenly made the wedding feel very real. This was the dress I was going to get married in, that I would be wearing when I affirmed my desire to spend the rest of my life with my amazing partner. But, it also touched something deeper, more complex, more fundamental to my transition and my womanhood.”
I’m still not entirely clear on what a rehearsal dinner is and what gets rehearsed there and whether it’s a must-have, and that’s just one of many wedding things that’ll keep me awake tonight. So that’s why I’ve fallen hopeless in love with H&H Weddings, a website that “is dedicated to providing lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender couples with high-end resources to plan and create a one-of-a-kind event.”
When you’re gettin’ married / To another chick / Who you gonna call?
How to decide who wear heels when neither of you is The Tall One and break the news that you won’t be wearing a dress.
In the last installment on out queer survival guide to weddings, we’ve got a tale of two disasters, a guide on finding your balance and advice on giving the right kind of fucks.
On being brave when all you feel is panic and bringing out your inner superhero when your sig oth starts freaking out.
Our three wonderstylists will have you feeling good, looking gorgeous.
In which we kick off our four part wedding series with a little inspiration from DapperQ.