You wanna get married on Valentine’s Day, but it needs to be as non-cheesy as possible? We understand you! It’s such a romantic and significant day; all the makings of a perfect occasion to exchange vows. However, conversation hearts and Cupid’s arrow aren’t invited to the celebration! This wedding shoot plays like a rad vinyl from the ’70s, while providing ample ideas for a totally non-cheesy wedding day.
Lauren from Playful Soul Photography created a perfect mixture of femininity and masculinity: Valentine’s Day meets rock ‘n roll. It’s the girl meets bad boy depiction that perfectly captures the romantic holiday from our youth – now with a sophisticated, modern edge. The design vision was pulled from fine art weddings, gothic influences, and a playful touch.
Pink rock ‘n roll vibes with the mixed media wedding invitation suite from Krystal Wedding Invitations. Custom wedding backdrops are about as rad as decor gets. This giant vinyl, created by The Artsy Lefty, is totally not cheesy, and great for a rock ‘n roll Valentine’s wedding. Peonies, carnations, garden roses and ranunculus make up this bridal bouquet. The addition of anthuriums and band orchids give it a modern, neotropical blend of temperate and tropical flowers! Sunrise Blooms brings the vision to life, while keeping things super sustainable. The ceremony installation was made foam-free, using fall pistachio branches, lightly sprayed baby’s breath, carnations, and black magic roses. We love this sustainable approach to wedding flowers!
What really encompasses the edgy, yet romantic vibe is the bride’s bustier, sweetheart neckline (. Just gorgeous, sparkly lace off her dress from Sofia Bella Bridal. The groom rocked here in a maroon suit from The Black Tux. Want more of this beauty? Scroll down!