November 14, 2009
Burle & Martin had a
creole glam-o-rama wedding at The Metro Hall. Their vintage New Orleans theme was culminated with a plethora of fishnets, feathers, masks, beads and Fluevog shoes. One of my favourite details has got to be the cupcake bouquet by Cookies by Kin…hello – how awesome!!?
Burle’s dress was by Venus Bridal and her veil was found at Etsy. She chose to get ready at a fabulous Du Jour Boutique , an eclectic store where she regularly buys funky clothes, accessories and hats – and the zebra wallpaper definitely made for some amazing shots!
Thanks to Libby for sharing this funky day with us
Studio 32 Photography
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