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Hollywood Glamour Warehouse Wedding with a Grungy Twist

The format of Jess and Tim’s wedding was pretty unusual, but it ended up really working for them. Due to some restrictions they were unaware of when they booked their date, they weren’t able to have their ceremony on the day they’d planned for, so ended up having a small intimate ceremony in February, followed by their big reception in March. Luckily they loved doing it this way around, and now have two wedding anniversaries to celebrate (bonus!)

“We think keeping the ceremony private for immediate family and throwing a separate party afterwards was actually really perfect for us,” said Jess, “because it gave us quality time with our family in a sentimental moment that perhaps many other guests don’t really care so much about. We both liked being able to enjoy that moment privately and it allowed us to be more present rather than stressing about the usual formalities. We were then able to mingle more freely and party with our extended family and friends in a larger and more relaxed space.”

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90s Grunge Meets Disney Wedding Ideas

Well, those are two things I never thought I’d be putting together but, as I’m sure you know, when it comes to alternative weddings nothing is off limits! You know what though, 90s grunge and Disney are both totally my jam!

The mood board for this shoot was based around tartan shirts, Dr Martens,  Kurt and Courtney’s wedding on Waikiki Beach and Marc Jacobs’ Perry Ellis Grunge collection from 1992. “I’ve been lucky enough to have been part of many beautiful, ethereal styled shoots over the past couple of years, but none of them have allowed me to really scratch a more playful, eccentric itch”, explained florist Lisa of Floral Menagerie. “I was just desperate to make floral Mickey ears and put a flower crown on a groom!”

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Glamorous Grunge

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Stylist Karrie Anne Holland had the idea for this glamorous Rock n Roll wedding shoot when she moved to Seattle. Inspired by the vibrant artist scene, and the grunge influence of the 90s (particularly Nirvana of course) she set about pulling together this shoot inspired by them both.

“A styled shoot is definitely fuel for the creative soul!” she said. “Being new to the area I wanted to connect with other artists and the small business community and this was the best way I knew how.”

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“The edgy feel of downtown Tacoma really influenced the vibe for the shoot as well.  We knew we wanted to make music an intricate part of this shoot, while still incorporating the glam side of Rock n Roll.”

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Grunge-Inspired Fake Wedding

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Lola and Andre didn’t really get married, in fact he’s gay and she’s a lesbian! These images are from a photo shoot put together by Brazilian wedding photographer Gabriel Galvani in São Paulo.

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“My inspiration for this wedding shoot was create a grunge/ alternative fake wedding between my friends”, said Gabe. “I’ve wanted to shoot a bride with an undercut forever so this was my chance! I needed to give life to something that was in my head.”

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Sparkle Motion: A Grungy Glittery Wedding Shoot

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My working title for this blog post was ‘Sparkle Motion’… because it’s the first thing that popped into my head when I started to write the feature. It stuck, because after thinking long and hard, I couldn’t imagine anything else being as apt. These glorious pictures were submitted by Utah based wedding photographer Natalie Wall.

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“I had been wanting to do a moody stylized bridal session for a while”, she wrote. “While I love working with clients, it can become creatively exhausting. Anytime you have a collaboration of people with different ideas, you tend to get multiple potential outcomes. As an artist, it can be very difficult to put aside your creative preferences to please those you are working with and/or for. This shoot was, essentially, to liberate myself from just that. I wanted to create something, using challenging lighting, to create a nontraditional mood – dark and romantic, edgy and beautiful. Something I could see out from start to finish, while remaining in artistic control.”

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Inspiration for your Perfectly Imperfect Wedding

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The day I published this article on wedding trends (and why they suck) Scottish wedding photographer Caro Weiss got in touch to tell me she couldn’t agree more – and that she’d just done a shoot with florists, Pyrus, for the exact same reason!

“Every year before wedding season kicks off I like to do a collaborative shoot with like-minded wedding industry friends”, she wrote. “It has become a highlight at the end of winter for me and I really enjoy coming up with a concept and challenging myself. For this year shoot I wanted to really focus on the fun side of things.”