Leather Wedding Jackets Are Our New Favorite Thing

If we were to pick one wedding trend we’ve seen lately that we totally LOVE, it would have to be these gorgeous painted leather jackets that brides and bridesmaids are wearing at their wedding.

Whether they’re brown, white, or black leather jackets, and hand-painted with a name, saying, beautiful flowers, or a combo of all three, painted leather jackets are such a fun addition to your wedding, and especially your wedding photos.

If you’re getting married in the fall, winter, or even early spring a leather jacket is the perfect way to keep warm while still looking uber chic. I’d wear it for several wedding photos as well as during the cocktail hour and late at night as a cozy coverup.

Just where to find this latest trend? Etsy is the best place to start your search. We’ve compiled some of our favorite sellers, below.

Tell us, WGMers! Would you wear a leather wedding jacket?

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Who doesn’t like a little embroidery with their leather?

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