One Damn Cool Wedding
July 1, 2009
That is the only way I can describe this wedding. I am swooning as I type away. Jenny & Johnny are way too stylish and way too cool, their hair ROCKS (I wish I had the balls for a cut like Jenny’s – mohawks are hot!) and of course their tattoos look awesome (Jenny is a hairdresser and Johnny is a tattoo artist, can you tell!?)
In fact I don’t think their is anything I don’t like about this wedding – Jenny’s vintage dress = gorgeous, the flower girl = cute (dress from
etsy) the ring ninja (oh yes, no ring bearers here) = beyond wicked. One of my favourite details had got to be their unique guest ‘book’, an original piece art work designed by Johnny of the two of them, that each guest signed.
The couple tied the knot in Rosa Parks Circle in downtown Grand Rapids. There had never been a wedding held here before as it is usually used for concerts and festivals in the summer and as an ice rink in winter.
For more, be sure to check out photographer
Jill’s blog and the couple’s slideshow
eeek! Thank you so much to Jill for sending me these, you have made my month!
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