This killer leather and acrylic wedding inspiration was inspired by holographic and neon decor seen at Coachella’s art installations. With a mix of dark and light flowers and vivid colors, it was a seriously dynamic look. We were loving all the acrylic details. It was held at one of Detroit’s newest venues, a restored original whiskey factory with natural light pouring in and an original antique bar found in an old Detroit mansion. This bride rocked her lucky leather jacket over a lace dress with floating appliqués. Don’t miss the “fuck yeah” cake topper…
Torrential downpours in San Diego didn’t stop Katie and Mike from having one hell of a wedding. Green Acres’ glass building was a gorgeous industrial meets rustic indoor space. They described their wedding as Sons of Anarchy chic meets farmhouse vibes meets modern warehouse. And just wait until you see the dessert table that had amazing donuts.
Don’t miss Katie’s first dance with her son…
We all may still be reeling from the end of Game of Thrones, whether satisfied with the various plot lines or ready to revolt. Either way, there’s one character I stanned as a bad-ass leader with killer style: Sansa Stark. I’ll avoid spoilers, of course, but did want to share this glorious fashion shoot featuring another fierce redhead who looks amazing in a long gown with a bit of raven flair.
Kyle and Blake were married two years ago but their photos were accidentally deleted. This awesome team of vendors wanted to give them an amazing vow renewal-style redo with a high style industrial vibe.
Let’s see how this adorable pair re-celebrated their nuptials and got some amazing photos to remember the day. Don’t miss the adorable gear cupcakes!
Ananda and Peter planned their intimate wedding at New York City’s Houston Hall with industrial meets minimal touches that we loved. With a deep red gown, beautiful mehndi, luxe jewelry, and Peter’s dapper suit, they were glam and modern at the same time. The super chic venue had brick walls and cafe lighting that set the mood for dancing and revelry.
Manhattan-based couple George and Matt were the stars of this vintage-inspired two-groom wedding inspiration. It was all Art Decor glamour of the Gatsby era brought into modern times. You’ll definitely want to see the champagne tower of antique glasses, glittering macarons, and magnificent six-tiered wedding cake (nearly as tall as the grooms!), frosted and gilded in icing reminiscent of Erté, with beads cascading down the sides.