Storybook-tastic, fuzzy costume loving, amazing shrug having wedding porn

December 14 | meganfinley

Thanks to Raelyn from Helmutwalker Photography for letting us know about this super surreal wedding they photographed. Clara & Brandon had a storybook themed wedding, complete with awesome costumes for the kids!

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The ring bearer was Max from Where the Wild Things Are and the flower girl was Ferdinand the Bull who loves to smell flowers (get it?).

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And these little girls got to wear the cutest "little red riding hoods!" The cute is so overwhelming I can't stand it!

And also, I can't get over how beautiful this bride's smile is…

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Check out that hot car. The vibrant blue color gives the classic "classic car photo shoot" a new twist. By the way, that's a Marmon 16 that was loaned to them for the day by a family friend.

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And can we talk about the amazing shrug? I mean look at how cool! Raelyn tells me that the shrug was made by one of the bridesmaids from an old vintage wedding dress.

I'd love to tell you a little more about the wedding, but you're going to have to head over to the Helmutwalker blog and check out all the rest of the cool details, like the bride-designed programs, the photo-booth pics and the reception at a local art gallery.

  1. Beautiful! What awesome storybook costumes. There's a lot of happiness in those pics :)

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  2. How does one go about making an awesome shrug like that? Because I would probably spend the rest of my days in such a thing.

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    • If you shop on Etsy, there are a bunch a vendors that make them. You could even get them in different colors!

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  3. Awww, whoever took these pics are amazing photographers!!!!

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