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Bridal Gloves

Looking for the perfect bridal gloves for your wedding? Well, look no further! We offer a large variety of wedding gloves including fingerless, satin, lace, and button accented. Looking for a pop of color? Don't worry, we offer bridal gloves in an assortment of colors too!

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Wedding Gloves

As long as they're worn properly, gloves can add style and elegance to your wedding dress. We have a wide selection of wedding gloves including wrist length, elbow length, above elbow, opera length, fingerless, and ring finger gloves.

But before you start putting on your new pair of bridal gloves to walk down the aisle, here are some of the things you should know before choosing gloves to wear on your wedding day:

  • The gloves you wear should be chosen based on the style of your wedding dress. For example, if your dress has a lot of details and embellishments, wear simple gloves. If your dress is simple, you should wear detailed gloves.
  • Make sure the color and texture of the gloves matches the color and texture of your dress, unless you'd rather have the gloves pop in an unexpected color.
  • The length of the gloves should be based on the length of the sleeves on your wedding dress. For example, if your dress is strapless, long bridal gloves are appropriate, but if your dress has long fitted sleeves you should wear wrist length gloves.

Bridal glove etiquette also includes what you should do with your gloves during the exchanging of the rings and during the wedding reception. When exchanging rings, you can remove the glove and pass it to the maid of honor, or wear ring finger or fingerless bridal gloves. During the wedding reception, your gloves should be kept on while in the receiving line and during dances with your groom and father, but should never be worn while you're eating or cutting the cake.