As a woman with chronic illness, I currently have patches of hair missing, and I am uncertain whether or not they will fully grow back in before my wedding. So I began trying to think more outside the box for my veil…
Jacqueline and William’s moon and stars-themed wedding sent us into the galaxy when we saw it. But their meet-cute story is on a whole other level. Just wait until you hear how her galaxy dress went from conversation starter to fab wedding garb. Hear the story straight from this gorgeous bride (the owner of Pinup Pixie Boutique, the first black-owned pinup boutique in Louisiana, by the way!).
From retro fascinators to lovely flower crowns to masterpieces of intricate design, these wedding headpieces function as formal accessory but also as re-wearable art for parties, holidays, theater, and more. Jezebel, the artist behind all of these creations, described them as “fun and fabulous frippery” which I think describes what most of us would love for our outfits to be on our wedding day. If you can’t have a little frippery, what can you have?
This lolita fashion wedding is pure and awesome aesthetic with a meaningful and gorgeous backdrop. It was held at the San Francisco courthouse followed by a lovely lunch. You’re going to flip when you see the fashion, the shoes, the makeup, and the pure love behind every glance.
There’s some serious beauty happening here, most especially with the incredible paper flower headpieces (and belts! and adornments!) by Papel (Paper).
They’re intricately folded and strategically placed in ways that make us bow down to how amazing they are. Try not to pee yourself when you see…
Sarah and Bob wanted their wedding to have a vintage circus wedding theme. They also wanted it to feel timelesswith elements of Vaudeville, burlesque, pin-up, and Tim Burton, too. Step right up and be prepared to lose your shit over this one, folks. Sideshow acts, state fair food, a bulldog in a tutu… it’s getting wild and woolly and we love it.