Lisa and Evan, with the help of Bash, Please and a handful of rad vendors, had quite the memorable celebration. This might just be the most fun wedding I’ve ever seen. The couple wanted to create a night for their guests to have the time of their lives, or as Lisa said an “epic rager to celebrate our love.” And oh did they. The couple created a beautifully personal ceremony (complete with confetti, of course) and an awesomely colorful reception. Though the best part? Oh just a surprise carnival for guests to play and frolick to their heart’s content…. Check out all the fun thanks to photographer Sarah Yates
Check out more of the fun in parts 1 + 2 on Green Wedding Shoes!
This couple is just rad. I’m so in love with their Wes Anderson inspired nuptials and how the ladies of Bash, Please brought it to life. This eclectic, modern, and elegant celebration reflected not only the films of Mr. Anderson, but also the couple so perfectly. I just adore each and every unique twist from the zebra envelope liners to the view-master “escort cards”– and everything in between. Eclectic perfection at it’s finest.
Illustrations for save the dates, invitations, viewfinder inserts, bar decals, cocktail stirrers, & welcome gift bags: For questions about Melinda’s art (she takes commissions), contact her at melindasue.davila (at) gmail (dot) com
We’ve all read and loved the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald and have waited tirelessly for Baz Lurhman’s movie version of the luxurious lifestyle of The Great Gatsby to open in theatres. With the new film coming out next weekend, I thought it was the perfect time to share this Gatsby inspired shoot. The new film has brought inspiration to many forms of design, weddings being one. I love the vision that both the film and novel create in their glamor, style, allure and luxury. This wonderful group of collaborators did a beautiful job in bringing to life a modern party based on the tale. I’m sure Jay Gatsby would himself have loved to attend.
The Found pieces incorporated into this Gatsby-themed shoot were the Celeste White Vanity, Florette Brass Frame, Delacey Hand Mirror, Olivia Green Chair, Valdez Fortune Teller Chair, Audrey Female Mannequin, Nate Black Side Table, Louisa Gold Chair, Lindsay Linen Chair, Leo Bar Aid, Darla Cart, Morrison Vintage Decanters, Theron Teal Seltzer Bottles, Jansen Screen, Etta Coat Rack, Sunapee Mannequin, Wilma Rose Gramophone, Damon Leather Chair, Felton Velvet Hat, Grand Vintage Cigar Boxes, and Dickinson Vintage Books.
Amorology hit a high note so to speak with this perfect musical fairytale themed wedding. The inspiration came from the bride and groom’s professions as singer and musician and the fact that the two met making music together. The adorable couple describe their love as a fairy tale and wanted their day to represent their story. Make sure to head over to Ruffled for more of the celebration and perfect tale.
I love the deep, rich colors in this Renaissance themed wedding. I love to see unique ways of using my pieces, and I am honored to be a part of such creative, unique weddings… Hallie Slade of La Boheme Events and this fantastic group of collaborators so beautifully brought this couple’s dream to life. Check it out:
I just love this shot of the bride and groom. Seeing a couple’s joy is so amazing.