Get ready to pick your jaws up off your floors, y’all. We’ve got some beautiful photos of Keith and Hawzien’s rustic wedding for you today. They had a two-day celebration, the first focusing on American traditions, and the second one honoring Hawzien’s Ethiopian heritage.
We’re loving the sapeur look of Dandy Queen style, which showcases amazingly dapper women rocking chic suits and menswear with panache. It’s cultural impact and rich roots make anyone who takes on the style an inspiration. For this particular wedding inspiration, Janelle Monáe was a huge influence since she has showcased the style impeccably.
What could be happier than a bright yellow sunflower wedding? “If we were going to do a wedding it was going to be us,” say Rue and James. Their red and yellow celebration of love at Omar Arts and Events in Omaha combined their favorite things into a spectacular romantic event that was just the way they wanted it to be.
Eneke’s Tanzanian heritage was celebrated throughout the day, from African women singing as the bride walked down the aisle towards her groom, to the African dance shared by father and daughter.
Leah and Amanda planned their wedding in just a few short months, but you’d never know it by it’s loveliness. They love sci-fi movies and have sci-fi posters all over their house which inspired the reception decor — from table numbers, guestbook, and florals in science beakers as bud vases. Leah likes crafting and designed all the personalized signage for the wedding. The food at reception was fall festive and included a s’mores bar!
It may be Winter around here, but it’s summer in our hearts with this wedding dazzling us. Tatiana and Chase’s California backyard wedding was a mix of Hawaiian style, tons of performances (because both of them know so many talented people!), fire dancing, tropical flower crowns, gold shimmery dresses, palm fronds, and so much gorgeousness.
Let’s see how this tropical paradise wedding played out…