Steampunk groom gear breakdown

Check out what showed up in our OBB Flickr pool… some amazing steampunk "groom gear" action from Michele and Matt's steampunk wedding! Now, granted I am not an expert on steampunk but I think Matt here can give us all a good lesson…


Some impressive sideburns and an ascot

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Awesome gloves with leather and lots of buckles.

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Pin striped pants and leather spats.

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A top hat and goggles.

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LOVE!

Wanna see more amazing steampunk wedding porn? I know ya do, so here ya go:


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  1. so so sooooooo fabulous!!!!! the costumes, the decor! absolutely fantastic!!

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  2. I am now obsessed with steampunk… and it's all OBBs fault! Whats not to love about final fantasy style- meets neo-Victorian?

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  3. Oh my god, this is so useful. My partner and I are getting married on a zeppelin in April, so of course it needs to be steampunk! These pictures are perfect!

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  4. How fabulous to see the folks getting involved, too! Most parents would be all, "No, honey, this costume is too weird." What great parents (and great photos)!

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  5. My fiancee would like to know where he got his boots…

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    • Hi Elisabeth- they're actually shoes and spats. The shoes are groom's own Sketchers and the spats are from an army surplus shop here in San Francisco.

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  6. I love the jumping at the camera shots. And the heels. And the clockwork bouquets. And wood panelled venue. And the googles. And the admirals jacket. And the everything. Best steampunk wedding ever.

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    • thank you so very much! we loved everything about it- all of the work that went in to make our wedding what it was was totally worth it. 1.5 yrs later, we still talk about it all the time! xx

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