I love the moody purple lighting in this summer wedding. Captured by Jessika Feltz Photography, Kristen and Sam were married last August in Laporte, Indiana at The Allure, an event venue created out of an old industrial building. The couple’s ceremony was held downstairs in a bright white reception space filled with natural light. Following the gorgeous ceremony, everyone moved upstairs to the ballroom that was filled with purple floral arrangements and purple and blue up-lighting.
I love the industrial backdrop of these Dallas, Texas engagement images. Captured by Leslie Spurlock Photography, Sarah and James spent a January day at Off the Grid, a historic Dallas Power and Light Substation used to power the city street lights that has been restored as an event venue. The mix of textures fabulous and I love Sarah’s yellow pants! The couple was married this may in a small ceremony in Cancun, Mexico.
The bold colors of this wedding are stunning! Captured by Cory Ryan Photography, Rhianna and Patrick had been married for two years, but waited for Rhianna’s father to return from his deployment to have their big celebration. A few words from the bride:
“This is basically a huge party for us. We’ve been married for almost two years because of my father’s deployment…and everyone is just so excited to be finally getting together. So, I mean, the building can blow up and we’d just take it outside.”
In addition to a first look with her groom, Rhianna also had a touching first look with her father. The wedding was held at The Studio at Fischer, a large commercial photography studio bursting with color, little white lights, and a graphic black and white tiled floor. Inspired by the “Kiss the Girl” scene from The Little Mermaid, the centerpieces were small manzanita trees with twinkling lights. The bouquets, handmade by the bride and her bridesmaids, had giant peacock feathers intertwined throughout the flowers. Bold blue and purple hues were used throughout the decor, including the stunning ombre cake!