In today’s world, rejecting gender binaries is becoming more and more normal. People are free to look however they like, act however they wish and date whomever they want. Choosing your wedding party shouldn’t constrain you to the guidelines of heteronormativity. That’s right – we’re talking about gender-neutral wedding parties.
It’s typically tradition that the bride has bridesmaids and the groom has groomsmen. But in 2019, that doesn’t always need to be the case. Just because one of your friends or family members is a different gender than you doesn’t mean they can’t be in your wedding party. It’s your wedding. You have the power to make it exactly what you want. Because weddings typically embrace tradition, it can be difficult to figure out how to have a gender-neutral wedding party. To help, here are some tips and advice our wedding planners have gathered for people who want to have gender-neutral wedding parties.