Offer temporary tattoos to ink up your guests for maximum radness

Photos by: Jenn & Pawel Photography
Wedding faux tattoos as seen on @offbeatbride
Photos by Jenn & Pawel Photography

Marissa and Josh's red rockabilly wedding had so much character. But one detail that totally matched their theme was the temporary tattoos they offered as favors to their guests. Considering it was an already-inked rockabilly-themed wedding, the guests HAD to look just as kick-ass as the couple. Faux tattoos did the deed admirably.

I could actually see these being slipped INTO the wedding invitation, too!

Wedding temporary tattoos as seen on @offbeatbride

Let's hear from Marissa on all their reception amusement:

The reception offered fun, fun, and more fun including a tattoo table with temporary tattoos, a personalized cornhole game, caricaturist, photo booth, popcorn, cupcakes, DIYed ribbon wands, and a guitar guest book. The food was a taco caterer and we served home-brewed beer and a signature blood orange mojito (to match the persimmon color of the wedding). It wasn't stuffy or overly fancy, just a great time with friends and family.

Go see the whole, amazing rockabilly wedding if you missed it the first time around.

Here are some temporary tattoos for your reception:

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  1. I'm actually having a henna tattoo artist (and face painter) at our reception! I have tattoos and I loved this lady's work, and I wanted it to actually be FUN. This is an awesome idea, though. I love tattoos.

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