The Roosevelt Row Arts District in Phoenix, Arizona was the backdrop to this street art meets tattoos Roosevelt Row wedding inspiration shoot. It’s a bit of a creative haunt for street artists and this gave us a killer view to admire with all the glam up front.
Carrie and her husband didn’t get a chance to snag any great photography at their own wedding, so they used this shoot to really take advantage of some gorgeously-styled portraits.
From Spotify to a weekday wedding to a no-spouse rule, these two mastered the art of saving cash while planning a wedding. You’ll want to see all of their tips for budgeting, and of course, all of their amazing moments, beautiful decor, and even a very special moment with the memorial candle.
Get a load of this gorgeous piece of awesomeness in the form of a wedding: succulents, a reception sword fight/dance, a new twist on the LEGO heart unity ceremony with guest interaction, a BMO card box, and 8-bit decor everywhere. Plus, you’ll fall in love with the bride’s response to the stresses of expectations and weight at weddings.
This wedding is such an awesome mix of geeky and traditional: Star Trek meets Conservadox Judaism. Although this pair encountered some family drama, they totally triumphed with their chosen family and kicked ass in their Starfleet uniforms, Vulcan ears, and lovely garden ceremony.
This wedding has an official “flower disbursement” and “ring security agents.” Basically, they mean business. On top of that, a dog walked down the aisle, a fish was memorialized, and glow sticks featured prominently in the unity ceremony. I think we’re in for some fun. Oh, and you have to read about the jaw-dropping encounter with their first videographer. It was NUTS.
We must tease this… it can’t be helped. Boob body shots with wine. Oh, and there’s also awesome pop culture table names, sweet little vows, the groom’s daring and snazzy white tux, and a fabulous art museum backdrop. Plus, you’ll want to know how this couple utilized their “music bouncers” to get the job done.