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Orange County Hallowedding

Whimsical Weddings

We couldn’t resist sharing a fun + quirky Hallowedding! April Smith Photography sent over this wedding which at first glance I thought was a fun shoot. Much to my delight, this wedding is 100% real. Just like the bride’s tattooed sleeve. All guests were encouraged to wear costumes, which was popular particularly with the kiddos!
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hallowedding goth wedding bride

hallowedding halloween wedding

hallowedding goth wedding bride

hallowedding halloween wedding

hallowedding halloween wedding

hallowedding goth wedding bride

View all images from this Hallowedding in the gallery

Wedding Vendors and Venue (Orange County, CA):

Location: Jones Victorian Estate / Stylist and Coordinator: Michelle Gregory (owner of Jones Victorian Estate) / DJ: Mr Jon Muir of Dolce Entertainment (dressed as a vampire!) / Cake: Maryann Simon of Missy Devine / Photography: April Smith Photography / Flowers: Flower Allie

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Vintage 1930’s Wedding

Vintage Weddings

Be ready to be charmed, as this gem shot by Nickel Images will entrance you into wedding mode in such a loving and relaxed way. Lucy and Bret met at a dancing ballroom, so it was only fitting they would choose a 1930s Jazz theme as the base for their wedding vision. This Seattle couple shares a love for vintage fashion, which is clearly shown below in the most scrumptious way! View all details in the gallery.

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Nickel Images will entrance you into wedding mode in such a loving and relaxed way. Lucy and Bret met at a dancing ballroom, so it was only fitting they would choose a 1930s Jazz theme as the base for their wedding vision. This Seattle couple shares a love for vintage fashion, which is clearly shown below in the most scrumptious way! View all images from this wedding in the gallery

From Nickel Images: I am so in love with this wedding. It oozes these two people’s personalities perfectly. Lucy and Bret met swing dancing a few years ago, and ended up falling in love and eventually, getting married! What I LOVE is that Bret fully embraces vintage, and does so in a stylish, classic way. Just look at his details. Lucy found her vintage 1930’s gown at a boutique in Seattle, along with her sisters 1950’s dress and her mother’s 1930’s gown. Lucy’s veil was also made from vintage and re-purposed netting and embellishments.

For the wedding, they combined all sort of elements to create their perfect centerpieces. Lucy and her mom crochet the red doilies, the wood was from her mom’s house, the touches of cotton were from Bret’s grandparents cotton farm, and the couple even reused wine bottles as vases (they cut the tops off).

Other noteworthy details were the flags for the ceremony. The venue is located right in a flight path, so in order to embrace the airplanes that flew by (about 1 a minute), Bret and Lucy gave their guests flags to wave as they went by. Talk about a great comedic relief during the ceremony.

The Reception was full of dancing (with a live jazz band!), the cake was made by a friend, and in the end, it was a beautiful reflection of what makes these two complete.

Wedding Vendors and Venue (Seattle, Washington):

Venue: Georgetown Ballroom / Photography: Nickel Images / Event Coordination: The Invisible Hostess / Caterer: Via Tribunali / Band: Holotradband / Vintage Wedding Dress: Pretty Parlor / Bridesmaid dress: Vintage / Transportation: British Motor Coach / Flowers, hair, make up, veil, cake, officiant: Friends and family of the couple.

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Weekly Wrap Up + Free Printables

Weekly Wrap Ups

This week we’re wrapping up with videos + free printables! This wedding shot by Rebecca Hansen is a gorgeous example of our free downloads in action! Esther + Paul used our editable menu/table number template (download here) and our alphabet bunting (which you can download here), both designed by Carolynn of Two Brunettes. Love how they used them on their wedding day!

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A few weeks ago Jennifer of Cabana Pictures and Michelle of Make Up by Michelle popped over by our studio to film some of our wedding dresses in action.

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Lastly, in case you missed this week…

A Johnny Cash inspired wedding!
Intimate North Carolina wedding
Woodsy Ontario wedding
DIY sparkly cake topper and DIY gold confetti paper
Sixties Mad Men wedding ideas
A wedding at a corn maze!
Festive Malibu wedding
Enchanted forest wedding

Rebecca Hansen and Cabana Pictures are members of our local vendor guide, Blue Label, and they both travel worldwide.

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