Kendra and Thomas had a crafty, musical, beer-filled wedding day in Tuscon with heirlooms galore and so many meaningful moments: “Our priorities for the wedding were good music, good photos, good beer, an open guest list so we could include all of our family and friends (and their kids!), vegetarian Mexican food, and a FUN PARTY. We also wanted our wedding to be authentically us. We wanted it to reflect who we are and celebrate the life we have built together and the future we will share…”
Lauren and Bryan are both huge metal music lovers and they were able to incorporate little elements of it into their absolutely gorgeous wedding. It was the best of all worlds! Lauren rocked her stunning black sequined gown, and all the groomsmen had a mini guitar/picks as their boutonnieres. Oh, and don’t miss their matching black and white Adidas, too. And what does a metal loving couple do for their invitations? Design them like a ticket to a rock concert, of course!
Each table was named after the couple’s favorite bands like Megadeath, Van Halen, Slipknot, and Def Leppard. But the real highlight of the night was when Lauren and Bryan got on stage themselves to jam with the wedding band. Check out the response from the guests. Pure concert magic.
Kyle and Louisa aren’t your average couple and didn’t want their wedding to be cookie-cutter either. They hosted their event at one of Brooklyn’s coolest concert venues, The Bell House, and didn’t waste the stage since they’re both totally musicians. The party ended with a CONCERT.
Are you ready for this concert venue wedding that barely resembled a wedding at all? We are, too…
As their ceremony started, so did a smoke machine which gave the space a lovely early morning cemetery feel while the couple stood next to each of their “headstone” columns. There was a gorgeous Nightmare Before Christmas cake, darkly gorgeous centerpieces, black cat shoes, and a to-die-for sweets table.
Megan and Jeff were bandmates who became lifemates at their musical wedding. Megan wore her mother’s dress, and they spoke personal and sacred vows. The unique museum space reception had vinyl slingin’ DJs, which was perfectly appropriate since they fell in love in their own band, The Wild Hymns. They even wrote and played a song together instead of a first dance.
Emily and Mike had a gorgeous self-uniting ceremony where they performed all their own vows as well as music during the ceremony. With feminist overtones and a backyard greenhouse setting, it was a sight to see. Between the FABULOUS centerpieces, greenhouse-inspired decor, and the ceremony in the round, you do not want to miss this loveliness.