Yesterday, I photographed a styled shoot by Blomma Designs. Erin is unapologetic about her love of the 80s (I heard a rumor that she owns a fanny pack!) and wanted to do an 80s influenced wedding shoot before leaving for her new home in Alaska. It was our last hurrah together, so we wanted it to be fun! Erin chose a bright and vibrant neon color palette and made the look more modern by using neutrals for the jewelry and clothing. Our lovely bride wore a vintage gown from Andrea’s Vintage Bridal and cute black booties. The guys got a touch of neon as well with their suspenders. Christine’s Floral Touch designed the flowers and did a fantastic job keeping things bright and textural. For the hair and makeup, Brett Dorrian Artistry Studios put a great coral color on the bride’s lips and put her crimped hair up in a modern bun. The look was just dynamite.
This is my favorite shot of the day.
After pictures at First Ave, we head over to 110 North Loop Loft for some reception pictures. Glam Doll Donuts set up the most beautiful neon tower of donuts, and Patrice Soehnlein designed an invitation suite that includes records and cassette tapes.
Boombox cuff links? yes please!
110 North Loop Loft has a great feature, a large garage door that opens up to allow a food truck to serve the event. For this shoot, AZ Canteen stopped by to make us some delicious food!
Check out the reflection!
At the very end of the shoot, Erin pulled out this crazy 1980s wedding gown for a bit of dress up fun.
So what do you think of the shoot? I love how fun it looks and how fun it was to shoot!