Minimalist Wedding at an Arts Warehouse
February 9, 2016
I think Shannon and Jordy's summer wedding might just be one of the prettiest I've ever featured. They kept things relatively simple, but it made for a really beautifully styled day.
Sparkly, DIY-Heavy Brixon Warehouse Wedding
December 6, 2015
Nat and Drew's Brixton wedding was pretty, sparkly, but most of all a celebration for them and their friends and family. "Our inspiration was us", the bride said. "We planned the kind of party we wanted to go to. We chose London because it’s where we have made our home together, but we wanted to put our hearts into it and it just sort of evolved that way. The day was for us, and if we were happy then everyone else would be too."
Industrial Warehouse Wedding in Auckland
September 25, 2015
Jen and Luke we're inspired by lots of different things for their Auckland wedding. They wanted their day to be bohemian but luxe, industrial but in the city.
Super Cool Abandoned Warehouse Wedding
Nickel City Studios
March 7, 2015
I'll admit, when I first laid eyes on Eve and Devin's warehouse wedding I was convinced it must be a styled photo shoot. I mean, couples as cool as these pair don't actually exist in real life do they?! Turns out they do and they get married in historic warehouses in Buffalo, New York!
Sparkly Disco Ball and Foodie Wedding: Ben & Ashleigh
July 4, 2014
Ben and Ashleigh wanted a wedding unlike any they've ever been to before. They wanted sparkle, they wanted drama and they wanted all their favourite food! They reception was held at The Lofts at Union Square, North Carolina.
Urban Wedding in Melbourne Planned in Just Seven Weeks: Andrea & Tristan
April 4, 2014
Andrea and Tristan wanted a simple, urban wedding that reflected their love of their local area and each other. They chose Hobba has their venue, a super cool event space in Prahran, Melbourne, a stone's throw from where they live. The day started with them getting ready together at their own home.
Gritty Wedding Shoot in an Abandoned Warehouse
March 9, 2014
These beautifully gritty wedding images were shot at an abandoned warehouse in Badajoz, Spain. Wedding photographer Jesus Caballero explains, "I had an idea to shoot an urban wedding shoot. I wanted lots of black and a simple table arrangement. Imagined this wedding to be very informal."
Industrial Warehouse Wedding in Spain: Bego & Sergio
September 30, 2013
Bego and Sergio wanted a non-traditional wedding that didn't cost a fortune. They wanted their day to be fun and informal, and for their guests to have a really great time. The venue was a warehouse and they had a subtle theme of electricity and lights with their DIY décor items.
Abandoned Warehouse & Tattooed Couple Shoot: Maria & Chris
Smitten & Hooked
May 1, 2013
I think by now, we're all aware of my feelings about styled shoots in general. But rules are nothing if meant to be broken, and when I clapped eyes on this stunning tattooed couple and their quirky yet attainable wedding styling ideas, I couldn't help but want to blog it - so shoot me!
Reclaimed & Revisited DIY Wedding: Josh & Scott
February 5, 2013
Before I even saw these photographs I knew I wanted to blog this wedding. Wedding photographer, Adam Lowe, described the event to me as 'a mega super awesome gay punk dude wedding' and I instantly knew it would be amazing... and oh boy how right I was!
Josh & Scott were married in October at 400 West Rich, a 100,000 sq foot warehouse in Columbus, Ohio. They did pretty much everything themselves and spent just $3000 making their wedding perfect. "We met through a gay social networking and just got to talking", they began. "About three months later we were taking turns visiting each other and three months after that Josh moved to Columbus. Josh is a huge Disney fan and we planned a trip to Disney and Scotty ordered an engagement ring. He proposed to Josh in front of Cinderella's Castle."
A Doggy Ringbearer, A Slimed Wedding Cake & An Epic Dance Party: Jen & Nick
November 7, 2012
Having never been to a traditional wedding as adults, Jen & Nick really had no preconceptions about what should happen at a wedding. Instead they took to it as they might when planning any party...and they did what they wanted!
An Industrial Warehouse Wedding in Sweden: Kari & Torkel
September 14, 2012
A warehouse might just be one of my all time favourite wedding venue ideas. Maybe it's a throwback from my teenage rave phase or maybe it's the fact that it's so raw and grimy - a fabulous antithesis to the over-saturation of pretty-pretty wedding fluff that I'm subjected to by working in this crazy little industry. But either way I flippin' LOVE Kari & Torkel's wedding. They had their legal ceremony 9 month's earlier but wanted a big party in August to celebrate with their friends & family.
"We both have demanding work and work long hours as well as travelling extensively," began the bride. "We met through internet dating, both sharing a strong interest for physical outdoor training like running, cycling and canoeing. Since we had cheated everyone by having a small 5-minute ceremony the November before, my parent's decided to reenact this part of the day with my father taking the role of the officiator. We used flower wreaths as a symbol instead of exchanging rings."