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Stunning Lesbian Wedding Inspiration For Your Pride-Loving Heart

Broke-Ass-Bride teamed up with some amazing wedding vendors to create this super stylish lesbian wedding shoot. Because two brides are better than one, obvs.

"There's not nearly enough wedding inspiration for LGBT couples out there," said photographer Ben Hoffman of Two Sparrows Photography. "We wanted to give lesbian brides-to-be stylish, personal and affordable ideas for celebrating their love."

So that's exactly what they did. See inspiration below, and share the love!

1. Try a chic twist on pride colors: The gay pride rainbow is iconic, so we decided to use the colors as inspiration in a fab new way.

2. Play up your individual styles: Who says brides can't wear rompers?? Or suits...or waist coats...or two-piece dresses. Our looks are from BHLDN, but the sky is the limit for your wedding day style.

3. Showcase your looks on Mrs. and Mrs. hangers like ours from BHLDN: There's so much great "Mrs. and Mrs." decor out there now from hangers to chair banners to cake toppers. 

4. Put your bridesmaids in similar styles but different colors: We thought it would be cool for each brides' MOH to coordinate but stand out individually with bright pops of color in dresses from Unique Vintage. 

5. Show some love for equality and a shout out to your home state: California love, dudes. We're proud to be in a state that celebrates equality and used the California bear as inspiration.

6. Surprise your guests with a unique take on dessert: Brides are getting more creative and personal, and honestly we just really love the gourmet popsicles at LA's Suck It Sweets and Treats. Such a cool idea for a wedding.

7. Go for coordinating "hers and hers" rings: We got these gorge rings from designer Sofia Kaman. Go for the same band style like all rose gold or yellow gold, but then choose your personal favorite stones.

8. Rock different bouquets with the flowers of your choice: She loves liatris and you want dahlias? Do both!

9. Add playful touches that celebrate who you are as a couple: We had some great fun touches like the pride-themed candy and homemade sparkly bear masks. 

10. DIY the heck out of it: DIY darling Tabitha Johnson made the giant balloons, colorful flags, hand painted gold name card holders, and bear-y adorable cake topper (sorry couldn't resist). This is all great stuff brides can make themselves and save a ton of dough.

11. Add pops of color everywhere: We even had brightly colored glass wear from Borrowed Blu and fab vintage sunglasses for the brides.

12. When it's all said and done, cruise into the sunset together, scooter style: Vintage cars are so last year. But a seafoam Buddy scooter? Oh yes.

#loveislove

Press Inquiries: 
Jenni MacLeod
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Photography – Two Sparrows Photography
Photography – Behind the Scenes - Two Sparrows Blog
Event Design & Styling - Tabitha Johnson
Makeup – Vivian Tran 
Jewelry – Sophia Kaman 
Bridal Dresses – BHLDN
Bridesmaid Dresses and Accessories – Unique Vintage
Cake – Bakebeth
Popcicles and Candy – Suck It Sweets And Treats
Tableware – Borrowed Blu
Video – Making of The Shoot – Richard Che