We had a rock show-themed wedding, which was inspired by our engagement shoot (by the fantastic Wild About You Photography) at a San Francisco music venue. Rye and I have a mutual passion for rock music, tattoos, and the macabre, so that theme covered lots of what we love!
We asked our guests to "channel their inner punk rocker" and wear clothing that reflected whatever "rock and roll" meant to them. There were lots of leather jackets, band shirts, combat boots, and colored hair.
Siobhan and Tom’s wedding had a retro feel with just some hints of punk and rock ‘n’ roll. They were in a pop punk band together in Seattle, so their wedding took some inspiration from their musical background. They also had pizza, donuts, Simpsons references, and seriously gorgeous Maine fall foliage.
Don’t miss the macrame backdrop, floral bridesmaids dresses, and mismatched plates…
We’ve featured some lovely winter wedding woollies for cold wedding days, but there were a lot of white, pinks, and overall prettiness that just isn’t for everyone. What if you’re less snow queen and more snow VALKYRIE?! There are a whole lot of options for a darker, more badass look while you’re tromping through the snow or chill.
From sleek black shawls to fantasy capes to long leather gloves, these aren’t your average winter wedding accessories…
Jess and Stokie Pete had that awesome combination of sublime forest backdrop and raucous rock and roll wedding. They performed Pagan rituals, a handfasting, and broom jumping at the gorgeous Mapperley Farm in Derbyshire followed by a vegan meal and a ton of dancing. That is, until Elvis Presley and Riot Squad arrived to rock everyone out.
Heather and Errol are high school sweethearts who love horror movies and punk, and a little bit of each was injected into the theme of their Canton, Georgia wedding. Heather, a hair stylist, rocked hot purple locks with her vintage dress and DIYed glittery shoes. From the Bride of Frankenstein cake topper to the record guest book and live painting they had done of the ceremony, the details of this punk meets horror movie wedding are killer.
When a wedding starts at an Evil Dead: the Musical show and ends by being “Carrie-d” in buckets of blood, you’re at a pretty kick-ass wedding. With the entire cast in tow, a “Deadite” minister, a glass shotgun full of tequila, and one horror-loving couple, we dare you to enter this wedding and come out alive.