Gothabilly bridal up-do #Fashion#birdcage veil#black dress#hairstyle#pin-up#red hair#rockabilly#tattooed bride#wedding veils August 25 2008 | Ariel arielmstallings Study this amazing pin-up bridal hair. Learn from it. Worship it. Lots more pics over here, including my personal fave, which is this one of the bride and her grandmother: Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Ariel Author of the Offbeat Bride book, Ariel acts as the publisher of all the Offbeat Empire websites. She lives in Seattle with her son, and if she's not reading or writing books, chances are good that she's dancing or happy-crying. You can get to know her better on her Insta stories. PREVIOUS Austin wedding photography from Everafter Images NEXT Haley & Joe's infamous porange Buddhist hippie party wedding Show/Hide comments [ 39 ] ha ha ha how classy 😛 Reply She is gorgeous!!! 😀 And the pic of her grandma= LOL Reply omfg, I am in love. Reply Ho-ly crap! The front makes a heart! Could it be anymore perfect? That hair, the lips…yowza! Grandma? The perfect mix of class and crass… hehehe Beautiful. Reply aww, that makes me miss my own nana. but seriously. that hair is sexy incarnate. Reply Awww! Well this was a pleasant suprise! I've always looked at all the weddingporn full of admiration. Thank you Ariel, I'm blushing! Shanah (aka Kerosene Deluxe) Reply oohhhh! i've been waiting for her pics to drop. i had a bit of an OBB crush on her over on the forum. so.frackin.hot! Reply Kerosene! I am totally taking pictures of your hair to my stylist to see if she can do something similar. Your grandma is hard core! Love it! Reply Wow! I love her hair and makeup and Granny. She looks like a piece of art. Reply Re: the "tacky" debate – Yeah, everyone should be able to share their opinions. But it probably gets annoying to Ariel when she sees people being negative to brides that are just doing their thing. Reply SO MUCH AWESOME! Reply Best Updo EVAR! She's so pretty! @~>~~ Reply You are BEAUTIFUL! Your gorgeousness is so inspiring! I LOVE the photos, but when can we hear deets about the event itself? Reply Dixie, I'll post the full raport soon! Reply I thought she was Jennifer Tilly at first! Hotness! Reply Oh, grandmothers. I wish my grandma & grandpa were still around to see me married (and give the world the finger with me!) Awesome hair. Awesome grandma. Awesome hubby (presumably). That girl's got it all! Reply Wicked Sweet Hair. Just wondering what brand of hair color your red is?? Do you happen to know the name or number of the color?? I am a stylist and would love to put this red in my hair for my wedding. Reply Hi Stina, The red's I use are either 'pillarbox red' from Manic Panic or 'poppy red' from Directions (Directions one is the best one in my opinion) The key is to leave it it as long as possible, the dye is natural so not harmfull…I covered mine with a plastic cap and let it sit for 6 hours… Reply I used 'punky colour' at first but the colour didn't turn out as it was supposed to be. I don't recommend that brand..I re-dyed it later on with the Manic Panic one mentioned above, which is a lot better. Directions,in my opinion, is the best dye… Reply Thanks so much for the info!! I have used manic panic many times. I have found not to have great results with pillarbox…dang it. I have used the vampire red and found it had more holding power just deposits a bit darker. hmmmm Directions I have used as well and your right about it being the better choise. Wish me luck. I have untill next Halloween to grown my hair out. Right now it is all Black. Dang why do i keep doing that. 🙂 Reply cancel the wedding! I think you've just turned me, you utter beauty, you! seriously. wow. gorgeous. beautiful. wonderful woman you. Reply That pic is absolutely stunning! Reply Oh my goodness. Seriously amazing. Reply I wish her grandma was mine. I think that is the best pic EVER of a bride with a guest! Reply special effects – cherry bomb – ive tested all of the temp dyes, and this brand lasts the longest. Reply kerosene — I re-posted this photo over at my site (and wanted to make sure that it's ok… .!!!!) but I need to credit your photographer. Whose photos are these? Also, absolute hair LOVE! I have already passed this post along to one of my stylists! Reply also, who did your hair? I want to credit the hair artist as well. Reply Hi Rachel, the picture wasnt taken by a photographer..it's just a random shot my dad took:) Hair is by myself and Maely Sargent Reply Oh man!! I love it! She's so gorgeous & I can't get enough of her style!! *gush, gush* Reply I lovelovelove her dress, hair, make-up, everything! Reply eeep!!! love it! where did you find your veil? I cannot find one like that anywhere. Reply […] Bride profiles · No comments You may remember when we featured Kerosene Deluxe's amazing gothabilly hair a few months back — now here's the full […] Reply This MADE my day! Reply how do you get the curls to maintain their shape like that, i have tried and tried and can't figure it out… Reply i can't figure it out…is all the hair dyed red or only certain sections??? Reply Only certain sections are dyed red, and then the rest is black. Reply Googled this sort of hairstyle/up-do came across this site. I am looking for hairstyles/up-dos, but for some reason I am finding no step by steps or how-tos for styles like this. Any suggestions from anyone? Reply I love your hair! It's so beautiful…Did you do it yourself? Do you have any tips or tricks? Thanks so much!!! Reply Oh wow, I love that hair style. Might have to note it for when I start doing trial hair runs for my wedding day. Reply Leave a Reply to Emmy Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.