By Robyn Karmazyn



Among everything else you’re focused on for the big day, you may not think the right handbag is important. You don’t typically see them in photos, you won’t typically carry it around when you greet your guests. However, a pretty bridal clutch comes in handy to keep your belongings close by.

Stash your lipstick, mints, dental floss, tissues, handkerchief, feminine hygiene products, hair clips, etc. from ceremony to reception in one of these beautiful vegan options. 


Something old 

If you love a throwback, and your wedding look is sleeker and heavy on the satin or lace, a vintage-inspired bag will complement the ensemble perfectly.

This beaded silver turn-lock clutch with optional chain strap from Aldo (top) or the brocade fabric and faux pearl with brass hardware from With the Brands (below) can definitely fit the bill.


Something borrowed 

In addition to the (sentimental) option of literally borrowing a bag from your mother, grandmother or sister, these classic options are super stylish and sweet.

The scalloped cotton/poly blend bag with glass beads and antique brass chain from BHLDN (top) or the unique acrylic and polyester beaded clutch from Kurt Geiger are both beautiful and convenient for personal items.


Something new 

If you’re the ‘no fuss, no muss’ kind of bride, you might prefer a modern bridal clutch with clean lines.

The neutral (but definitely not boring) fabric bag with clasp closure and chain strap from Dune London (top) or blush pink vegan envelope clutch with metallic details from Call It Spring (bottom) are excellent choices.

Something blue 

For a subtle touch of color—and doesn’t every bride like a little blue addition?—a convenient wristlet can perfectly keep your necessities together.

The wraparound vegan wallet from Poppy and Peonies (top) doubles as a bag with wrist and shoulder straps, while the cork and faux leather pouch from Pixie Mood (bottom) is fun and rustic.









Robyn Karmazyn is a writer, editor, and style lover from Toronto, Canada. She also created and runs the online magazine, In Your Vegan Style. Since planning her own vegan wedding, she continues to stay immersed in the industry by helping others and flipping through tons of inspiration photos. Robyn loves fashion, décor, styling, and weddings *almost* as much as she loves animals. Read Robyn’s articles


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