Last summer Michelle of Miesh Photography and I met with Valerie the Editor of Utah Bride and Groom to brainstorm this crazy, awesome, off the wall, slightly terrifying close to tacky shoot over breakfast. We felt like it could be INCREDIBLE if we played it right. As we chose different elements during planning we wondered which side of the fence we teetered on with each wild choice.
Inspired by old school video games, rubik's cubes and 80's punk, this shoot came together with magic I couldn't have anticipated. We couldn't have done it without amazing vendors and stunning models. I am so thrilled to be able to finally show how this came together!
Michelle and I had this wild idea for the Bride's dress that we crudely sketched out and never thought we would be able to get our hands on the real deal but LOW AND BEHOLD Hart of the Mountain brilliantly caught our vision and produced this killer dress. The bridesmaid's clothes came from Chalk Garden Co-op and all the ladies shoes came from Solestruck. I am still mad at myself for not stealing the bride's heels. Our handsome groom's suit came from Beckett and Robb.
Everything in the wedding world has been soft, peach, romantic and ultra feminine. We wanted to find a balance between stunning and edgy for a Bride that wants something a little different than you find on every pinterest wedding board. Branch out! Personalize your wedding, think outside the box, find inspiration from your past and make it your own. Everyone will remember the wedding of the season that was different.
Peter Loves Jane NAILED these invitations!
Fun fact: the day of the shoot was Rubik's cube 40th anniversary
RIng by O.C. Tanner and necklace from Chalk Garden Co-op
Photography: Miesh Photography
Bridal Gown: Hart of the Mountain
Wedding Ring: O.C. Tanner, Jewelers
Signature Cocktail: Bar-x
Paper and Invitations: Peter Loves Jane
Location: Mod a-go-go
Hair and Make up: Studio Enizio