Live rock music and a little black dress at this Brooklyn wedding


Kristen and Charlie threw a raucous rock 'n' roll wedding including a live band, lots of tattoos, and a piñata at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY. Charlie's band played, Kristen wore black, and everyone rocked out. Thanks to E. Leigh Photography for capturing and sharing all of the fun with us.
















For more photos from this rock 'n' roll wedding, check out the blog post at E. Leigh Photography.

Updated to add

Kirsten is the author of a book that we think y'all might like:

  1. It's so great to see an URBAN wedding! For a while, I was thinking that to be an offbeat bride you had to have a wedding in a field with canning jars for glassware! 😀

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    • Okay, I love this comment because I've been thinking the exact same thing. Seriously, we need to see more urban offbeat weddings!

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  2. Wow, what a gorgeous wedding with an amazingly foxy couple! I love the bride's dress to bits.

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  3. Now that's a party I would like to attend! The photos were awesome, the dress was super cute and the couple looked like they were having a great time. I love the piñata smashing photo. I actually ordered a custom sugar skull piñata a few weeks ago:)

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  4. MAJOR brownie points just for having a bride with a Veve on her arm!!! I just want to see the rest of it now!

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  5. Brownie points just for the bride having that gorgeous Veve on her arm! I just want to see the rest of it now

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