This is a trope about fictional portrayals of gay men's weddings, in which one of them will invariably be wearing a white tuxedo, and the other a black tuxedo. The reason for this trope is that a white tuxedo functions as a man's take on the bride's white dress. Sometimes, a GenderFlip will be seen in which two women marry and one of them, usually a ButchLesbian, wears [[{{Bifauxnen}} a black tuxedo, pantsuit, or skirt suit]] while the other, often a LipstickLesbian, wears a traditional wedding dress.

There's some TruthInTelevision to this, but many gay couples in RealLife avoid this simply by dressing the same or at least not following the black/white dynamic. But since there's no clear-cut image in the mainstream consciousness of what a gay wedding is suppose to look like, such couples arguably have more freedom than straights in picking and choosing which traditions to keep or discard.
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* Midnighter wore a white version of his costume when he married Apollo in ''ComicBook/TheAuthority.'' They also tend to be drawn in outfits like this in fanart, but with the colors reversed, since their uniforms and white and black.

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* ''Series/SexAndTheCity 2'' uses this in the wedding of the main characters' two {{Gay Best Friend}}s.
* ''Film/INowPronounceYouChuckAndLarry''
* Strange variant in the ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'', when a wedding march plays and Rocky and Frank N. Furter walk off to Rocky's room together. Frank N. Furter is wearing female lingerie, and Rocky is wearing male.
* In ''Film/BabyMama'', a small child asks what a lesbian is and is told it's "a woman who wears pants to her wedding."

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[[folder: Live-Action TV ]]

* ''NoahsArc'': A variant in the movie, the tuxes are light gray.
* ''Series/HappyEndings'': Eric wore one to his wedding with Derrick. Oddly enough, Derrick is by far the more effeminate, yet was wearing a conventional black suit.

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[[folder: Web Comics ]]

* Averted. or maybe doubled, in QuestionableContent has the marriage of [[spoiler:Henry and Maurice.]] Both grooms are in white.

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[[folder: Western Animation ]]

* Inverted in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': Big Gay Al and Mr. Slave ''both'' wear dresses when they get married.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Patty [[spoiler: nearly]] gets married in a suit, while her bride [[spoiler: really a cross-dressing man]] wears a dress.

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[[folder: Real Life ]]

* Creator/EllenDeGeneres wore one at her wedding to Creator/PortiaDeRossi.

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