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Wedding Gloves

Wearing gloves on your wedding day is considered a part of formal etiquette. Wedding gloves are classified by the length, measured by the number of inches, the glove reaches above the thumb. If the wedding gown is short sleeved, a six button wedding glove that falls below the elbow will accent the beauty of the bridal gown. The sixteen button wedding gloves reach to the top of the arm and look best with strapless or sleeveless wedding gowns.



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  1. Choose a matching color gloves that will complement your wedding dress. Select white gloves if the wedding dress is white or ivory if the wedding dress is ivory.
  2. Choose the length of the gloves corresponding to the sleeves of the wedding gown. If the wedding gown is short sleeved, a six button wedding glove that falls below the elbow will accent the beauty of the bridal gown.
  3. The bride should wear the gloves during the marriage procession, while greeting guests in the receiving line, and during the special dances at the reception.
  4. If the bride is wearing short gloves, they can be removed and handed over to the bridesmaid at the time the rings are exchanged.
  5. If the bride is wearing long bridal gloves, it is customary to slit the seam of the gloves underside of the ring finger so that during the ceremonial ring exchange, the bride will be able to slip the finger out. Re-sew the seam after the wedding.
  6. After the exchange of rings, the finger can be discretely slipped inside the glove. If there are short gloves, they can be removed,and can remain that way for the rest of the ceremony.
  7. Remember to pose for the photographs with the gloves on.
  8. Keep your gloves off while eating and drinking to prevent any food stains on the gloves.
  9. Before the wedding, practice wearing and taking off the bridal gloves again and again so this act can be performed without inviting the attention of the guests and the wedding party.
  10. If the ring is large enough, consider wearing the ring outside of the gloves.
  11. Gloves can be made of kid leather, silk, matte cotton, crochet, or sheer material.

Choose to wear wedding gloves to add a touch of Victorian elegance to your bridal ensemble.


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