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You sure won’t catch me wearing white pants after Labor Day, but when Easter Sunday, comes around you can bet I have all my seersucker pieces steamed and ready. I know it’s only considered proper to wear seersucker between Memorial Day and Labor Day, but since that’s only 101 days, I don’t mind bending the rules a bit! When it comes to Southern weddings during those scorching hot summer months, seersucker is almost as much of a staple as sweet tea. It’s also just as needed to keep you cool!

It’s no surprise, then, that this favorite Southern fabric is a darling addition to summer weddings, and in case you need some inspiration, we’ve collected our nine best seersucker wedding ideas for you! Those little jon jons are darn cute, but wooh doggy, that seersucker gown drops my jaw every time I see it…

Seersucker ring bearer and groomsmen from Allison and Mark’s wedding (Faith Teasley)

Seersucker bouquet wrap (Joey Seawell)

Blue and white seersucker bridesmaid dresses (Sarah DeShaw)

Seersucker suits for groomsmen from Meg and Jeremy’s wedding (Melissa Schollaert)

Pink and white seersucker bridesmaid dresses from Jennifer and Justin’s wedding (Nikki Santerre)

Seersucker flower girl and ring bearer inspiration (Jennifer Bearden)

Groom’s seersucker suit and pink bow tie from Leah and Austen’s wedding (Nancy Ray)

Dramatic seersucker wedding gown (Joey Seawell)

That same seersucker wedding gown on a real bride, from April and Nick’s wedding! (Pasha Belman)

Melissa Schollaert, Faith Teasley, and Nancy Ray are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

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    Welcome back for Part 7! Our last day at market, we headed off to Pier 94 for the New York International Bridal Show. This was a wedding mecca!

    The format was a little different there. Instead of runway shows, there are hundreds of booths filled with dresses and accessories for press and buyers. So much to pour through, so little time! We could have spent days in there. Love the little girl below who got swooped up by one of the models. She was so happy!

    We might have had a little too much fun in the Alisa Benay booth… and by a little I mean a lot! Doesn’t that model below look familiar? Oh, yes – that’s our Editor in Chief, Ms. Lara Casey, in one of our favorite gowns! Isn’t she a stunner? I vote for a Lara + Ari vow renewal! Whose with me? Love it! Lara fell in love with the dress for its sweet Southern details – lace on the straps and bodice and buttons all the way down the back with a little antique glamour in the brooch. The best part? The low scoop of the back. Romantic and modern. Alisa’s collection is so dreamy! From Lara: OK OK, I just couldn’t resist! Alisa said “try it on!” and I just couldn’t say no. What’s a girl to do surrounded by so much wedding dress eye candy!? It was a fun indulgence. And I might be considering that vow renewal.

    Next up, we hunted for the best accessories to share with y’all in future Southern Weddings shoots. We really loved Haute Bride – lots of modern (and affordable!) pieces. Loved the “something blue” stone drop below left and the more dramatic floral and crystal piece at right.

    And then… are y’all ready for this!? Lara discovered the dress of all dresses! A SEERSUCKER gown from Ian Stuart! Oh, my Southern heart be still! These iPhone pics just don’t do it justice!

    They say you save the best for last, but let me tell you that is an understatement! Up next… the Martha Stewart Party and the Knot Gala with lots of fun wedding folks!

    lara Written with love by Lara Casey
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