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Boots and Bouquets: Cowgirl Cool in Bridal Fashion

Bride and groom standing among the mountains

The Wild West has surged in popularity, from Beyoncé's latest album, 'Cowboy Carter,' to the resurgence of cowboy boots, Western influences are making waves across various industries, including bridal fashion.  

At Grace, we've witnessed a surge in Western-themed weddings and bridal styling, blending rustic Western traditions with elegant bridal, resulting in the emergence of Western chic.  

Western Chic Bridal Styling

Cowgirl cool can be expressed in various ways, ranging from a full-fledged Western-themed wedding to accessorizing with subtle nods to the Wild West. Among the most popular additions we've witnessed at Grace are cowboy hats, boots, and jackets adorned with fringe details. These embellishments effortlessly fuse the Western theme with an air of elegance, balancing sophistication and the rustic Wild West. 

Ultimately your venue sets the scene for your special day. Styling your gown to harmonize with the climate, terrain, and surroundings is paramount. We adore seeing brides pairing their silk wedding gowns, such as our Valentina gown, with cowgirl boots, particularly for outdoor weddings or venues exuding a rustic charm. 

For a complete Western look, consider pairing one of our lace gowns such as Carmen with your country-inspired accessories. The possibilities are endless when combining rugged landscapes with time-honored bridal styles, so tailor your bridal look to reflect your distinct style.  

Bride in our Lumi gown wearing a cowboy hat

Western Chic Bridal Styling

Cowgirl cool can be expressed in various ways, ranging from a full-fledged Western-themed wedding to accessorizing with subtle nods to the Wild West. Among the most popular additions we've witnessed at Grace are cowboy hats, boots, and jackets adorned with fringe details. These embellishments effortlessly fuse the Western theme with an air of elegance, balancing sophistication and the rustic Wild West. 

Ultimately your venue sets the scene for your special day. Styling your gown to harmonize with the climate, terrain, and surroundings is paramount. We adore seeing brides pairing their silk wedding gowns, such as our Valentina gown, with cowgirl boots, particularly for outdoor weddings or venues exuding a rustic charm. 

For a complete Western look, consider pairing one of our lace gowns such as Carmen with your country-inspired accessories. The possibilities are endless when combining rugged landscapes with time-honored bridal styles, so tailor your bridal look to reflect your distinct style.  

Bronte in Pierlot Veil

Mr and mrs cowboy hats
Bride dancing in our Aura gown
Bride in our Nathalia gown patting a horse

Western Decor

When it comes to adding Western elements to your decor, the key is to weave in light details. Subtle nuances prevent overwhelming the venue with cliche elements. Consider incorporating native wildflowers and dried grasses to evoke the rugged beauty of the Western landscape. Or, add a subtle Western flair to your wedding favors with locally sourced artisanal goods such as homemade jams or honey, or miniature bottles of locally distilled whiskey or bourbon.  

Instead of opting for overtly rustic decor, you could alternatively infuse your Western wedding with refined elements such as natural textures, or earthy tones and colour schemes. A Western wedding is so versatile and can be taken in many different directions which means you can focus on what’s important to you and your partner.   

Wedding table setup among the mountains
Table setup at wedding

Tequila with mini cowboy hats