Brooke and JD has mutual passions for Halloween and haunted houses and are incredibly talented and artistic. Their edgy Chicago wedding gorgeously combined total glam, gritty street art, sweet greenery, an epic flower crown, and moody meets colorful decor. You won’t want to miss their inked-up style and killer photos in a drainage pipe!
Everything was DIYed based on their creative vision which included forgoing the ring exchange for mutual ring tattoos. This one is a must-see…
We had an overall gothic Halloween wedding, with comic and hockey-themed aspects. Our short ceremony had music by the Smiths, The Cure, and Type O Negative, as well as an officiant dressed as a friar. The ceremony highlighted with nerdy themes including, but not limited to, X-Men, Star Wars, Stardust, Princess Bride, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and Lord of the Rings.
Kathleen and Eric scrapped their traditional wedding plan and decided to get married at Boston City Hall on a warm October day, have their favorite artist tattoo their rings, and celebrate with drinks at a bar. And this suited Kat and Eric way better — the ones who love shopping for spooky things in Salem, drinking good beer, and walking through the woods together.
Holy crap! Real tattoo wedding favors at the wedding?! Or maybe just ring tattoos after the ceremony? Either way, this is one idea that is VERY memorable. Let’s see how this whole concept could go down at a wedding, bachelorette party, wedding after-party, etc. Would YOU ever consider it?
Let’s set the scene: a glam black dress, a dapper long-locked groom, a Friday the 13th wedding, all in Utah. The bride, Stephanie, is a tattoo artist and even inked the wedding band on her groom Larry’s finger right after the ceremony. It was a hugely DIYed affair in a stunning venue filled with paper roses (made from pages of anatomy books and sheet music!) and hints of darkness among tons of light. Let’s gaze at this chic meets goth Utah wedding.
Here’s an amazing idea for those of you who won’t have your rings available on your wedding day. Grab a Sharpie and steal this idea…