Jen Sulak of Pink Light Images/ Weirdo Weddings teamed up with Julain, Holdy, and Bridal Global Expo to produce this avant-garde, nonbinary and gender-fluid couture elopement shoot. The styled shoot took place at the Belvoir Winery and featured red, white, black, and gold themes with a focus on fashion and architecture. The creative team felt it was important to include the ancient tradition of handfasting to symbolize the love and bond that would forever be shared.
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Let's start with Holdy's gender-fluid couture ‘fit!
We're loving these long-sleeved black gloves with nails.
Totally here for that red hat and red floral armband.
Now for Julain's couture accessories.
Those stiletto nails! That ornate red belt!
Let's see the whole couture outfit together!
They BOTH were barefoot by a styling mishap. Brought every detail but shoe options. We had a great laugh about it!!! Julain OWNED it!Jen Sulak, Pink Light Images/Weirdo Weddings
We agree with Jen, they totally killed it! We're always down for a barefoot lewk.
I believe couples should be ok with their expression & letting their beauty shine!Jen Sulak, Pink Light Images/Weirdo Weddings
And now for the handfasting ceremony featuring red, black, and white cords plus a gold chain.
Let's see this sweetheart table with fashionable fans and red wine.
Cheers to this stylishly couture couple!
The wedding vendors behind this nonbinary and gender-fluid couture elopement inspiration:
Photographer: Pink Light Images / Weirdo Weddings // @pinklightweddings @weirdoweddings
Venue: Belvoir Winery // @belvoirwinery
Hat: Fruition Hat Company // @fruitionhatco
Dress: Camille La Vie // @camillelavie
Event Planner: Bridal Global Expo // @bridalglobalexpo
MUA/Model: Julain Mitchell II @pjs_makeup (black hat)
Additional Accessories: Fashion Nova // @fashionnova
Model: Holdy Bee // @holdybee (red hat)