A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

October 23 2018 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: Simone Addison Photography
A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding
Photos by Simone Addison Photography

Inger is a dark Disney girl and wanted her dress to be the only white thing at her wedding. She got her wish and everything was styled in black and white. Spy the tall, gorgeous black cake with "Till death do us part" on it, rich red roses, and chic black bouquet. Inger and Ash love a darker, goth palette and styled their sweets table accordingly with hints of blood red.

They also performed the Haka (a traditional Maori dance) for Inger to welcome her in to Ash's family. And just wait until you see Ash's emotional mother/son dance. She hadn't been well and it brought everyone to tears…

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

A dark, elegant, black and white goth wedding

Vendors

Photography: Simone Addison Photography • Wedding dress: Bridal By Aubrey Rose • Bridesmaid dresses: Missguided • Groom's Attire: Ferrari Formal • Flowers: Lamour Bouquets • Cake: Carnival Creations • Ceremony & Reception: The Marina • Decorators: Luxury Occasions

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