Street art, tattoos, and lots of bling at this Roosevelt Row wedding inspiration in Phoenix

The Roosevelt Row Arts District in Phoenix, Arizona was the backdrop to this street art meets tattoos Roosevelt Row wedding inspiration shoot. It's a bit of a creative haunt for street artists and this gave us a killer view to admire with all the glam up front.

Carrie and her husband didn't get a chance to snag any great photography at their own wedding, so they used this shoot to really take advantage of some gorgeously-styled portraits.

An Ojai mountain ranch international wedding that slays with style

The bride is half Peruvian/Dutch and the groom is Indonesian/Dutch, and they've lived on three continents. Despite having only around 50 or so guests at the wedding, it was a multicultural motley crew of people traveling from all over the world to meet up in the sun-kissed Black Walnut Farm in the mountains of Ojai, California. They wanted to combine the food of Europe and South America with the wines of California. You'll want to seeeee!

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This pop culture wedding wins all with a Pac-Man suit, Mario Kart, and a Delorean(!)

When the bride rocks her ink and the groom (and his Funko double!) wears a Pac-Man suit, you know you're in for a wild and woolly pop culture wedding. You'll dig the comedy background music, faux tattoo station, YouTube comedy video area complete with popcorn, projected Mario Kart, board games, and Easter eggs for Jurassic Park, Back to the Future (a Delorean!), The Muppets, and all kinds of TV and movies.

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Trapeze, tulle, and two ladies at a stunning Seattle wedding

Gabrielle and Laura’s Seattle wedding day started off with a bang with some high-flying first look photos at at Emerald City Trapeze. Their custom-made dresses, book paper flower bouquets, and luminous chuppah were a total highlight, but the reception at Urban Light Studios also had an ice cream bar, traditional hora, and tons of string lights.