The bride wore pink, the groom wore blue… wedding hair!

February 23 | mswolfgang  
Photos by: Captured Couture, LLC
Bluehaired groom pinkhaired bride
Photos by Captured Couture

After 10 years together, Brittney and Kevin said their vows outside on a sunny day last June in Michigan — and obviously had an absolute blast doing it. First, let's talk about how awesome these two look, please. Kevin sported an enviable shade of teal blue hair (matching his GLASSES in later pics!), and Brittney wows me with that electric pink… and a tiny bit of red and purple perhaps in there? Sigh. I love colored hair so hard. I also really love the shot we get of Brittney's fab underarm tattoos. What better moment to capture them than when she's being helped into her dress? Take note, all y'all with underarm tats.

Once you've gawked appropriately at this stunning couple, make note of a few other stellar details: for example, Kevin and Brittney brought in a card reader, magicians, and a caricature artist for the reception. And pause to admire that bouquet too. Brittney's grandfather made it himself!

Tattooed bride getting ready

Rainbow bouquet

Tattoos, pink hair, strapless wedding gown

Bride in a halo

Outdoor music with beer

Blue-haired groom waiting for bride

Groom saying vows

Bride saying vows

Putting on the ring

Laughing during the ceremony

Dip for the kiss

Butterfly likes tattoos

Sunlit kisses

Tattoo kisses

Naked fruit cake

Silver and gold simple wedding

Card reading at a wedding

Caricature artist at a wedding

Such a sweet cake

Walking on sunshine


Photographer: Captured Couture, LLC • Venue: Indian Springs Metropark

  1. Wow. What a beautiful wedding! I love every single detail about it!

    And ICYMI…the light pink mohawk ?

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  2. The naked cake covered in fruit just made my stomach gurgle. Tonguing laptop screen now…

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  3. I love! That cake is amazing and I love the bride's headpiece (headband?). Also, the bouquet her grandfather made? Presh!

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