Credit: Ophelia Photography
What a cute 50’s style tea dress, a gorgeous wedding and great photography. I am actually running out of words today…so.much.posting!
Credit: Kage Imagery
I’m sure you remember Heather & Lucus’ fabulous vintage pin up stylee engagements? Well even if you don’t I know you’re going to love their wedding photographs! I am so honoured that Heather has send me these straight away and I am so excited to share these with you.
Heather describes their day:
The ceremony and reception was held at Squatters Brewery here in Salt Lake. We had a short, 6 minute ceremony that was funny and fit our personalities well. Our Australian friend got ordained and married us. My Dad wore a flamed hot rod tie to walk me down the isle in. I illustrated the two of us for a custom shot glass that was given to anyone that ordered a shot. We had an elaborate retro dessert table with my homemade cupcakes. (I am a self-proclaimed obsessed baker)
There was a retro photobooth for everyone to use, swing dancing, a themed ‘wedding cake’ shot that tasted like vanilla cake, and a cupcake tower. We also had our artist friends do illustrations of us, and framed them for display in the entry area. (I’ve included my favorite one in the folder) – By JJ Harrison of www.bampop.com
My dress was a Pronovias gown that I bought on ebay for $300. Then I had it trimmed shorter, and had a jacket made to match it, by a girl on Etsy.com.
Thanks Heather, I am in love with your wedding!
Credit: Will and Deb Duris
We all love long-sleeved dress Brides right? Yeah thought so…
Jenna, I saw these and thought of you…
Credit: Duston Todd
This couple seem amazing, I am loving their fashion sense!
Check it out…
From Ryan Brenizer, the photographer:
Who could be more fitting of a rock ‘n’ roll couple than groom who owns an indie record label? I have never heard wedding music like this, from booked bands to guests getting up and jamming … and actually being astonishingly good. Then you add that the couple are bot professional artists, she wore periwinkle, he wore olive, they made their own rings, and even constructed the wedding venue out of a rock venue, the Brooklyn Lyceum!
I only wish I could post every single photograph right here (but I would them be responsible for the world’s longest post!) instead go check out their slideshow.
Credit: Ryan Brenizer