Weddings

10 Bridal Clutches for Every Budget

Whether you’ve got $50 or $1,500 to spend, we’ve got a classy bag for you.

You’ve got your dress, shoes, and jewelry, but it’s easy to forget that last piece: the clutch. It’ll be by your side throughout the day, carrying all your necessities to ensure that your lips are properly glossed and tears of joy are blotted gently away. In the wide range of bridal clutches, from tacky satin squares to desirable designer versions, there’s a bag for everyone. Check out our list of ten gorgeous designs to find yours.

This petite silver clutch is covered with delicate swirls for a bit of wedding day pizzazz. Tasha Crystal Swirl clutch ($298) at Nordstrom.

This gold glitter box clutch says it all. Kate Spade New York Wedding Belles Ravi ($398) at Kate Spade.

The label lover will fall for this sleek designer clutch. Saint Laurent monogram smooth leather clutch bag ($1,150) at Neiman Marcus.

A little bit of pearl embellishment goes a long way in this scalloped design. Pearl and stone party clutch ($39) at Charming Charlie.

If simple gold is good enough for your wedding band, it’s good enough for your wedding bag. Michael Michael Kors Elsie Crystal Box ($298) at Bloomingdale’s.

Any Art Deco-inspired bride will want this geometric clutch by her side. Kate Landry Hex gold chain frame clutch ($75) at Dillard’s.

This exquisite beaded bag has enough room for all the essentials: iPhone, lipstick, and tissues. Greybloom clutch ($250) at BHLDN.

There’s a lovely vintage vibe to this kiss-lock closure clutch. Jessica McClintock bead and sequin handbag ($59.50) at David’s Bridal.

The chevron pattern in the beading of this bag lends it a simple elegance. Nina Hamilton clutch ($125) at Nina.

The florals blend into the beading of this bag, giving it just a hint of 1970s flair. Marchesa lily enamel and crystal embroidered clutch bag ($2,695) at Neiman Marcus.

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Associate Editor

Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.