Today on Marry Me Ink, I get to share with you this styled elopement from Christine Quarté Photography. Featuring a gorgeous grey dress and the cutest couple – Sweetwater Creek State Park makes the idyllic location for the elopement.
Whimsical dress, beautiful scenery, and a fun couple. This vintage floral inspired elopement stemmed from my love of my garden and unique wedding dresses. “Amelia & Jeremy” were the perfect couple – currently engaged and soon to be wed, so totally, madly in love with each other already.
With the colorful dress, some light pink pumps, and a sweet bouquet, added with this fun and quirky couple, this styled elopement screamed “in love” and romantic with a little whimsy.
Today I get to share with you this awesome rock & roll tattooed styled shoot full of neon colours from Belle Tulle Events, Liquid Crystal Photography and many more suppliers! Jeneen of Belle Tulle Events sent through this awesome shoot last month and I just had to share it!
“Crystal and I came up with the idea for this shoot because we LOVE working with brides and grooms who have their own styles and are willing to push boundaries with colors and design.”
We find a lot of alternative brides may not hire certain vendors because they think they will get stuck in a traditional look but we wanted to show that there are many sides to our styles and what we can do for our couples.
We were so excited once we got our colors (neon pink, yellow, lime, black and gold) and styles on the drawing board (we were really into lace, crinkle texture, jewels, glam, and skulls), and when we got our vendors in tow, you could just feel the gusto with which everyone participated. Once our stationer, Scripted Ever After, came up with the neon and skull motif for the invitations, we knew we were on the right track.
Bee Ridge Florist was so excited to be doing something different, that she even gave us her skull earrings to use in the centrepiece arrangements! Custom Linens provided tablecloths for the head, cupcake, and favor tables which provided a really elegant backdrop, and accented the gold chiavari chairs and the art-deco chandelier hanging over the head-table.