Rockabilly brides get all the best updos #Fashion Porn#1940s#austin#birdcage veil#colored wedding veils#hairstyle#red dress#red wedding veils#retro#rockabilly#tattooed bride#vintage weddings#wedding veils November 20 | Ariel Meadow Stallings offbeatbride Why is it that rockabilly brides always have the most fabulous wedding hair? I'm totally in love with the 1940s 'do that Laurenn and her fabulous smile are rocking in this shot from Bonnie Berry Photography. If you want to see the full series from Laurenn and Alex's Las Vegas wedding, head on over to Bonnie's blog. There's a gorgeous red dress, cupcakes, paper lanterns, cute kids and a smiley dog. (Oh and thanks for the heads up, Kat!) Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Ariel Meadow Stallings Author of Offbeat Bride: Creative Alternatives for Independent Brides, Ariel acts as the publisher of all the Offbeat Empire websites. She lives, loves, and dorks out hard in Seattle, WA. @offbeatariel @offbeatbride PREVIOUS Sheri & Theo's 18th Century Scottish Harvest Wedding NEXT Custom wedding invitations and DIY invitation supplies from Cami's Paperie Show/Hide comments [ 16 ] Whoa, those two are seriously hot! LOVE! Great photos and lots of happiness 1 agrees Reply We also had fezzes too: Girl Fezzes – http://www.flickr.com/photos/venusinfurs/2993852785/in/pool-932415@N21 And boy fezzes – http://www.flickr.com/photos/charliechu/3001674292/in/pool-932415@N21 Also, we had amazing friends who made all of the bouquets out of paper – http://www.flickr.com/photos/charliechu/3000851295/in/set-72157608632044436/ If you want to see a whole bunch more photos, there are a ton here: http://www.flickr.com/groups/932415@N21/pool/ Sorry to toot my own horn so much, but I have been reading Offbeat Bride for a while now, and it was startling to see my own face up there! Glad I could share my pics with y'all! xxx Laurenn Reply OH! AND! We are in Vegas, not Austin – Bonnie is in Austin, but she flew out to shoot the wedding. And, if you are looking for retro hair? Lety at Curl Up and Dye is the BEST! 1 agrees Reply Wow! This is so exciting! Two of your readers commented on my blog and said they found Laurenn's photos on offbeat bride so I came by to check it out. Thanks so much for posting the link. I didn't know about this site and now I will be a devoted reader. I am now an old married lady but was once an offbeat bride myself. : ) Bonnie And for those of you who cannot get enough of Laurenn and Alex's story or who want to see the hairdo in its infancy, feel free to check out more of their story here: nails: http://www.adventuresoflazygirl.com/2008/11/alex-and-lauren.html hair salon: http://www.adventuresoflazygirl.com/2008/11/alex-and-lauren-1.html Reply I love these pictures! It's great to see a groom who looks truly happy. In so many pics, the guy seems to be just putting up with everything but with you two – there's obviously lots of love there! Reply Does anyone know a stylist in Brooklyn that would help me achieve a similar, retro hairdo for my wedding? Love it! Reply Oh, I LOVE this wedding! The clothes, hair, photos – all gorgeous. But what really strikes me is that the couple look joyous. I've seen a few rockabilly weddings, and sometimes it looks like the couples are trying a bit hard to appear in a particular way – put across a particular image – but these two are clearly just having the most wonderful day. The chemistry and friendship between them is palpable! And I adore that kiss photograph. A great photographer and a great couple! Reply Awesome, very unique. Reply […] more here: Rockabilly brides get all the best updos posted under Hair Style, Wedding, Wedding preparations | No Comments […] Reply I love this! And the photos are amazing. Any hints on where you got the dress? Thanks! Reply Wow those pics are incredible! Who did your dress, it is fabulous! I'm getting married and 7-8-09 and am looking for a similar style. Any help/tips would be appreciated! Thanks and congrats to you! Reply Gina – I got my dress off the rack at Macy's – it's a Calvin Klein, and I got it on sale! Reply Hi Lauren! You and your husband are the cutest couple ever and your wedding looked like such a blast. My boyfriend and I are planning on getting married latter this year in Vegas. I wanted to see if you could recommend any cool, quirky, funky places in Vegas that would be great for a party or dinner. Any restaurants, bars, bakeries, photographers that you could recommenced would be such a help. We will both be out there in April for Viva Las Vegas and were hoping to check out a few places then. I've been having a hard time finding interesting places on-line, so I thought I would ask another "offbeat bride". Any suggestions you or any of the other girls might have would be greatly appreciated. I wish you and your new husband all the best. You are adorable!!! Reply […] Photo by Bonnie Berry Photography via Offbeat Bride […] Reply I can't believe I found this!! I know the groom and have (very briefly) met his purdy bride! I know it's a little late, but CONGRATS guys…if you ever see this. Reply I am a bridesmaid in my brother's wedding next weekend and I am going to bring this photo to the hairdresser. Thank you for the inspiration! I have been looking for a picture of the kind of vintage inspired hair I would like and this is by far the best image I found. Looks like a great wedding! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Participate in this conversation via e-mail No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. 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