Mad Men Wedding Theme

I’m a huge fan of the Mad Men series – the cool 1950s era, the stylish fashion, and the intriguing characters…absolutely every bit of it! So, if there was a theme I would be jumping over the moon to see, it would be a Mad Men wedding theme. This gorgeous 1950s inspired shoot designed by Laura Lorraine Designs and shot by Randi Marie Photography, is full of Mad Men glam with a little modern twist and is shimmering with so much elegance, I’m sure all vintage brides out there will do a major double take. With a gorgeous tea-length lace dress, seriously pretty shoes, gorgeous jewellery and a mint green vintage suitcase I just gotta have, it’s a romantic dose of inspiration this MM fan is loving to bits.

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Inspiration from the Designer: We set out to produce a one of a kind styled photo shoot to mirror the 1950’s (a timeless era), along with a Mad Men-esque modern theme. We hand selected the linens from La Tavola and these were the starting point of inspiration for the entire shoot. The color palette in the linens also complimented the elegance and ambience of the NOOR’s Ella ballroom perfectly. For the ‘Mad Men meets Modern’ theme, we chose dresses, provided by Alina Pizzano Couture Bridal to reflect the era and create a modern twist. Beautiful floral arrangements by Savvy Flowers added a pop of class to our tablescape. Sandra Nicole Designs, Crush Jewelry and Disco Toes added that little bling and the “wow factor” to tie together our model’s looks for the shoot’s integrity. Randi with Randi Marie Photography worked her magic to create a subtle yet beautiful collection of photos alongside SEP Lighting & Entertainment, which added to the beauty and essence of the Ella. Melinda with Cake Goodness, topped off the design with her beautiful, sweet creations and custom backdrop. All of this allowed for and complimented the design thought up and heavily fostered by Laura with Laura Lorraine Design.  

 

Event Designer:  Laura Lorraine Designs / Photography: Randi Marie Photography / Floral Designer:  Savvy Flowers / Cinema and Video: Matrimony Films / Dress Designer: Alina Pizzano / Cake Designer: CAKEgoodness / Lighting: SEP Entertainment & Event Lighting / Linens: La Tavola Linen / Makeup Artist: Blush Makeup Artistry By Laura Crivello / Hair Stylist:  Hair Ya Go / Shoes: Disco Toes / Jewellery: Sandra Nicole Designs, Crush Jewelry Design / PR Rep: Mackenzie Marketing & Design / Event Venue: Noor / Props: Town & County Event Rentals / Paper Props: Paper Scissors Print / Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Steampunk Wedding Theme

Let’s just start by saying this steampunk wedding theme is awesome.  With it’s amazing images by AK Photography and edgy punk style, I’m seriously taken back. Then there’s the oh-so-cool zepplin stationery by DesignMissoula, the eye-catching copper elements and the quirky mismatched decor. Really, there isn’t a detail in this crazy cool inspiration shoot that isn’t totally brilliant. 

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From the photographer: This styled wedding shoot marries the classic elements of Steampunk and Montana (the last best place). Montana was the greatest copper producer in the world during the 1880s. The mining of this metal left it’s mark on Montana’s history. Today you can find copper relics in any second-hand store across the state. Montana is also rich with sage grasses and lavender. Along with the natural elements of Montana, the theme of Steampunk was supported by the rock and roll styling of the models, the zepplin based invitations and the copper table runner and western/punk decor. And of course, we had to include a get away car tied off with Pabst Blue Ribbon tall boys (a Montana favorite).

 

Photography:  AKphotography / Hair Stylist:  Anna At Canvas Studios / Event Planner:  Thea Rae D Events / Floral Designer:  Paula Jean’s Garden / Reception Venue:  Stensrud Events Center / Invitation Designer:  DesignMissoula / Cake Designer:  Wedding Cakes by Ambrose-Barton & Brown / Submitted via Two Bright Lights

Yongala Lodge Townsville Wedding

I wanted to take a moment and share with you this mesmerizing Townsville wedding captured by the talented Lisa Michele Burns. Held at the Yongala Lodge in Townsville, it’s a visual feast with a swoon-worthy palette of shimmering muted golds and cremes, pretty pastel pink blooms, and a stunning bride in a gorgeous lace gown. But the pièce de résistance ….the BREATHTAKING postcard shots set against the Queensland rugged coast (big kudos to Lisa!). Here’s a little taste to put you in the mood, but you’ll definitely want to head on over to Lisa’s blog to enjoy in the full feature…

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Photography: Lisa Michele Burns / Wedding Dress:  Allure Bridal / Bridesmaid Dresses: Bariano / Reception Venue: Yongala Lodge Townsville, QLD Australia