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Wedding

Punk Eleganza: A Homage Vogue Ball Culture & Queer Art Spaces

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Aaron Ehinger

March 20, 2024

When asked to describe their wedding theme, Kaaren and Crispin said it was "A homage to first wave and post-wave venues and basement shows and vogue ball culture and queer art spaces." They drew inspiration from the DIY punk scenes, drag ballroom aesthetics, speakeasies and underground culture from the 1980s and 90’s gay liberation movement. They wanted their wedding to be a big celebration of their ancestors from the first wave of alternative and queer punk/rock music.
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Colourful, Tropical Tiki Bar Wedding with a Focus on Fun

Kat

Photography by Vicki

March 18, 2024

Ana and Chris met on OK Cupid, bonding quickly over their mutual love of travel. Ana was actually Chris' first online date and six years later they were married! They wanted their day to be non-traditional, full of colour and to have lots of nods to recent travels (Ana's dress had custom embroidered patches on it of things directly inspired by some locations they've visited together – Easter Island, Singapore, Mexico… and of course, London, where they now live).
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A DIY Dream in Their Own Backyard

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Lonely Hunter Weddings

March 8, 2024

Stephanie and Ryan were married at the bride's parent's home. They wanted a budget-friendly DIY day which was themed around their favourite colours. "I had always wanted a beautiful deep navy/ blue as my wedding colour theme", the bride told us. "This happened to suit Ryan too with his red hair and blue eyes. As we started looking for bridesmaid dresses we found these beautiful marigold coloured ones and fell in love. The colour scheme then shifted to include marigolds and yellow/orange tones as well as all the blue."
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Southern California Casual Wedding with a Golden Hour Colour Palette & Accessibility in Mind

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Chris Wojdak

February 20, 2024

Jeff and Karla's wedding in Los Angeles was the epitome of Southern Californian casual charm. Their golden-hour palette combined the beauty of a late-summer sunset with the backdrop of the Verdugo mountains. They also included some accessibility features, such as a sign language interpreter during the ceremony, to ensure all their guests were able to enjoy the day. They had lawn games and plenty of room for the kids to run about and play.
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