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A woman’s wedding day is among the most important days of her life and the one on which she wants to truly stand out and look her best. Many tattooed brides go to great lengths to cover up or hide their tattoos. This can significantly limit the choice of wedding dresses for tattooed brides. Some brides choose, however, to flaunt their body art proudly on their wedding day. Even better, independent, free-spirited brides choose to get small meaningful tattoos to commemorate this momentous occasion.
As many brides choose to wear their hair in an elaborate style keeping it up and off their necks, graphic design tattoos for the back of the neck are a subtle and sophisticated way to show their style. Here are some of the best minimal tattoos for back of neck tattoo ideas to complement, rather than compete with, a gorgeous gown. Although tattoo studios have a variety of styles to choose from, it’s important for brides to choose small meaningful tattoos that represent their unique personalities.
The simplicity of graphic design tattoos allows them to represent many things. The anchor is a symbol of travel and adventure that can illustrate the beginning of a couple’s journey together. By getting married, a couple is choosing to follow a path together, but because it can sometimes be a bumpy ride, the anchor can also show a couple’s commitment to be there for each other. An anchor tattoo is a perfect symbol of the promise to be each other’s anchor in stormy times.
Snowflakes are beautifully delicate and each one is unlike any other. Of the many back of neck tattoo ideas, this is one of the easiest to make truly one-of- a-kind representing the couple’s unique relationship and love for each other. A snowflake tattoo shows the world that the bride has found in her groom that one special person that is her perfect match. Continue reading
Tattooed bride Maartje and husband Craig were married in a private beach wedding the the beautiful Dubrovnik with gorgeous golden shots captured by Željka Milić Photography.
“A hidden beach, a perfect sunset and only my gorgeous husband there to spend the most beautiful day of my life with me: our wedding day”
“The girls of Dubrovnic Dream perfectly understood what we wanted this day to be – just us and our promises to each other.” Explained Maartje, “He makes me fall in love with him every day, again and again…”
Copyright Christine Lim
You may remember the gorgeous Jess and Leon from earlier last month? Well today, I get to share with you their gorgeous tattoos based on their wedding cake topper..
The tattoo artist is Nathan at Holdfast Tattoo (@nathanholdfast) – At our wedding Leon and I had a cake topper that was a moose man & a bunny lady, I LOVED it so much that after the wedding I got ink of Leon the Moose Man in a replica of his wedding outfit and me as the Bunny Lady in my dress and head piece. Leon is also holding the key to my heart!
How ace are their tattoos! Be sure to email over your wedding and couple tattoos to Rachael@marrymeink.co.uk for a chance to feature in a future edition of Tattoo Tuesday! Or, you can just tag @marrymeink on Instagram!
Today I get to introduce to you Emma & James whose wedding was filled with vintage rockabilly coolness, red and black, amazing stationery from Elle Is For Love and one fabulous cake from Crumb!! Photography from the wonderful N.Cadman Photography.
Emma & James were wed at Glemham Hall where the grounds were stunning for the couple’s photographs.
“James and I met through a mutual friend, Jan. James plays guitar in a rock band called Brigade. I was going to see a band called Adien and Brigade we’re supporting them. It was Jan’s birthday and he wanted to see Brigade so we went together.
James caught my eye rocking out on the side of the stage at the Concorde 2 in Brighton!
I asked Jan who the “nutty good looking ginger” was! Jan explained that it was James he was friends with and they both went to the same school back in Suffolk. Jan introduced me to James after the gig. We had some drinks together (and quite a few Jager’s!). We added each other on FB and chatted pretty much every day. I went to see them at a few more gigs and the flirting began! A few months after first meeting, Brigade were playing at Download 2008 festival. Me & my friend had already got day tickets for the same day Brigade were playing. We meet up with them after their set and the rest is history as they say!
James proposed on Christmas day 2010. We set the date for May 12th 2012 not long after that so around 18 months we were engaged.”
“Originally I wanted a halter-neck 50’s tea length swing dress but when I tried them on they just didn’t feel right. Me and one of my bridesmaids Continue reading
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