See you tomorrow people…in the meantime why not enter the contest and enjoy this gorgeous image.
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
I am loving this chameleon-esque Bride! This cutie couple were lucky enough to get an array of talented photographers to take photographs of them! I really wanted to share both their bridal shoot, taken by Brian Bastinelli (the photos with the red hair) and their fabulous wedding photographs, taken by the genius that is John Michael Cooper with you right now.
Staysi sent me a fantastic description of their day..hey, she sounds just like me!
Our wedding and ceremony were located at the Las Vegas Art Museum. my black and white dress is Watters and the short white dress is Betsey Johnson. Dave is wearing Armani with custom chuck taylors with our wedding date embroidered on them. I think our wedding was rock n roll because we didn’t try to be anything we weren’t. Dave wanted to wear chucks, I wanted pink hair, and I did not want a white dress! Growing up in Vegas and going to a million weddings, I knew I did not want the typical Vegas wedding at a casino banquet hall where you could take a picture and basically change out the heads on the bride and groom and you wouldn’t know whos wedding it was. I wanted a wedding that no one else has ever seen or been to. We also skipped a lot of the traditional wedding things that didn’t mean anything to us and added things we thought our guests would love. Basically we just wanted a big party, and from what everyone still says about it, we succeeded.
As always, I am loving all my wonderful readers right now, thanks so much for sending these my way Staysi!
I have loved hanging out with Emily of Peach & Pearl this week..a huge thank you for all her hard work putting together some fantastico inspiration boards just for us. I hope you have all loved them too!
So for the last time (this week) over to Emily…
For my last board, I imagined an intimate, sit-down dinner with your closest family and friends that could be held just as easily in a loved one’s backyard or the patio of your favourite restaurant. While not as rock and roll as some celebrations I could have put together, I think this board really reflects what I feel is the heart of Rock ‘n Roll Bride – not bowing to wedding convention, but truly having the wedding that best reflects you as a pair and your relationship. Keep things simple and handmade with potted herb favours, a hosta and lady slipper bouquet, breadstick and olive oil centrepieces, pigs in a blanket at the cocktail hour, and a short, sassy dress for the bride.
Thank you again, so much, for having me this week, and to Kat for inviting me on to her lovely blog! If you’d like to see more boards and other style + design + wedding musings, I’m over at Peach & Pearl. I also design custom inspiration boards through my Etsy shop, and would be delighted to work with you to put one together. If you’re interested, you can see the details here and purchase here.