Bowling Alley Rockabilly Bridal Shoot
February 26, 2010
This exceptional Rock n Roll style fashion shoot photographed by
Jessica Monnich at Highball in Austin Texas hit me right between the eyes. I’ve fallen in love with the vintage 1950s rockabilly stylings, the gorgeous fashion, the stunning models, the bowling alley setting…well basically how damn cool the whole thing is! I’m so excited to share this shoot and all the people involved with you..you’re gonna love it!
Be sure to also check out Wild Orchid Studios‘ amazing video to accompany this set after the ‘jump’
“We went with a 50’s theme. The location was very hip swanky 50’s feeling bowling alley on South Lamar in a bowling alley here in Austin Texas called Highball. In keeping with the vintage theme we did a place setting in the color scheme of the shoot using fiestaware which was popular during that time period. We thought Wizard of Oz Pez dispensers would be fun as that was a popular movie during that time. We also had mock cakes made up for the shoot that had a very rockabilly feel to them as well. The “bride” carried a lotus flower surrounded by sweet peas and the “bridesmaids” carried a combination of flowers including pink sweet peas and poppies.”
Thanks to Jessica and the whole team for sharing these with Rock n Roll Bride
Jessica Monnich Photography Photo assistant: Gerry Hanan of Hanan Exposures
Wild Orchid Studios
Bridal and bridesmaid wardrobe: Melange Bridal
Groom and groomsmen wardrobe: New Brohemia in Austin Texas
Vintage Jewlery and Jewlery styling: Uncommon Objects
Floral: Visual Lyrics
Makeup Artists: Keep Austin Gorgeous Katie Astoria Chrissy Edwards
Hairstylists: Keep Austin Gorgeous Tanya Steele Tawney Tyler
Cakes: Blue Note Bakery– Pink cake Haute Cakes Couture Desserts– Blue cake
Bridal Cocktail hat: Ashley Design
Shoes: Goodie Two Shoes in Austin Texas
HighBall Fashion Shoot from Wild Orchid Studios on Vimeo.
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