Tag Archives: Tattooed Bride

Tattoooooooed!

I feel like I haven’t posted an amazing tattooed bride for ages (it’s probably been about a week – too long in Rock ‘n Roll Bride world!)  So thank you thank you thank you Tine Hofmann, here comes a brand new one and it’s an absolute beauty! (Take note – this is also a glasses-wearing bride which again I love!)

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Leanne & Zach

Leanne & Zach’s wedding could possibly be in the running for my new favourite wedding.  I am particularly in love with the mini rice krispie cake wedding cakes and the fact that Leanne’s gorgeous and cute dress was an inexpensive vintage find.

Thanks to Carina for sending me these gorgeous photographs to share with you all!

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Fiery Bride

This Bride is without a doubt simple breathtaking.  I really do have no words – except that I am super jealous of how haawt she looks in her red dress (I’m not usually a fan) with her amazing tattoos.  She is just sizzling!

The photographs were taken by the very talented Sergio Lopez

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Balloons!

I’m gonna go out on a limb here and predict that balloons will be the new big thing is weddings in 2009.  Just as 2008 was the year of the cupcakes and the fake moustaches, 2009 will be much more helium filled.

To illustrate my point, aren’t these photographs just fantastic? And don’t get my started on the Bride’s black dress..LOVE IT!

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Rock ‘n Roll & DIY

Here is a fabulously Rock ‘n Roll DIY wedding from back in March…I just can’t help but adore all these tattooed Brides!

The Bride designed and printed all of the invitations, programs, thank you cards & the reception programs herself.  The flowers were bought at a farmers market the day before and only cost $125 for everybody’s… (that’s like £75!)

The favours were made by the Groom’s mother – she ended up making over 600 individual caramels which were put into little bags that were bought at a local paper store ($15 for 500), with temporary tattoos tied on with a variety of red, gold and black ribbon.  The couple actually made the tattoos and had them printed online (temporarytattoos.com)

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