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seersucker weddings are now the fashion. Jolie and Elizabeth of New Orleans have provided a seersucker wardrobe for nearly 30 weddings over the past five years. “Seersucker weddings have become very trendy,” says Elizabeth. “Sometimes it’s the bridesmaids wearing seersucker dresses. Sometimes it’s the groomsmen in seersucker suits. And sometimes it’s the entire wedding party. It seems more and more couples want everything to match, and it’s the perfect wedding attire for outside weddings on the beach or the family farm.” In Denver, future brides and grooms attend The Bridal Bash, an annual runway fashion show sponsored by My Wedding, a wedding consulting firm. The models strut down a runway wearing the latest designs for the bride and her bridesmaids to wear as they march towards the altar and for the groom and groomsmen to wear as they anxiously await the bride’s arrival. At a recent Bridal Bash, the wedding wardrobe was provided by Sully & Company, a preeminent Colorado clothier. Mark Snipes, the owner of Sully, recalls that the biggest hit was seersucker, particularly the smart-looking suits worn by model grooms and groomsmen. When Kayla Rogers and Joel Klein decided to tie the

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