Stunning Themed Wedding Shoots

Hunger Games, Angry Birds, Twilight and more...

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With so many brides wanting to go the extra mile with their wedding day, themed weddings have begun to emerge. As wedding ideas get brighter and bolder, themed weddings are ever popular. We have been taking a look at extreme themes from all over the world and some great photographers have shared some of their themed wedding shoots with us to show how couples can embrace their passion or hobby into their wedding day.

Twilight

Twilight

Embrace your dark side with a Twilight themed wedding day. This Twilight-inspired shoot was put together by Sonia of wantthatwedding.co.uk, she tells us a little more about the shoot:

“I was so excited to style a Twilight themed bridal shoot and worked hard to bring together some of the best and most creative people in the wedding industry. I love the results, as this shoot shows that your wedding day needn’t be gimmicky. For even more beautiful inspiration please visit me at Want That Wedding.”

Twilight

The splash of dark red mixed with forest green gives the perfect feel for a Twilight-inspired wedding day. If you love this ultra-romantic and passionate style of wedding then take a browse through the beautiful images from the shoot to inspire your own wedding day.

Twilight

Credits:
Produced & Styled by: Want That Wedding {Sonia}; Vintage Props & Uber Venue Styling by: Idyllic Days {Kim & Tiggy}; Photography by: Segerius Bruce {Chanelle}; Venue: Nonsuch Mansion; Models: Gingersnap Model Agency {Katie Cobley & James}; Flowers by: Jamie Aston; Hair by: Lovehair; Make-up by: Make-up By Jodie; Wedding Gown ‘The Petal’ + Veil by: Belle & Bunty; Grooms Suit by: POSE London; Bespoke Hair-piece by: Jannie Baltzer can be purchased from Luella’s Boudoir; Wedding Stationery by: Elle Is For Love; Wedding Cake by: Janet Mohapi-Banks; Cake-pops by: Gingercups; Bridal Shoes by: Rachel Simpson; Table Cloths by: Shabby Chic Originals; Chess Piece Card Holders by: Kate Aspen; Shabby Chic Team Edward Sign by: Delightful Living; Napkins & Grooms Cravat handmade by: WTW; Material & Vintage Keys Purchased From: Cloth House.

Angry Birds

Angry Birds

Yes there really has been an Angry Birds themed wedding shoot. This stunning and quirky photo shoot was put together by Live View Studios. Brent of Live View Studios shares his ideas behind the shoot:

“This is our inspirational take on the popular game, Angry Birds, crafted into a beautiful, elegant wedding. With Angry Birds being with one of the top 10 apps and with one billion downloads as of May this past year, we thought, why not create a wedding inspired from the game? We used stone, brick, glass, wood and feathers, and a bold primary colour palette to create this rustic couture wedding with slingshot pens, tumbled concrete structures, a gold crown and golden eggs, a treasure chest for notes written by guests and more.”

Angry Birds

“The ceremony area was set with a backdrop of ombre arranged origami birds with feathers and florals arranged in blue mason jars lining the aisle. Vintage trolley carts (similar to the ones in the game) served as a cake stand and coffee table. Glass plates and napkins accented with a crown napkin ring sat atop a bold red linen & nests with golden eggs served as table place settings. The cake featured a hand painted grass design on the bottom tier, and the top tier was embossed with a brick texture.

Twilight

Credits:
Venue & Table Flowers: The Cotton Room; Bride’s Dress: Tre Bella Bridal; Flowers: Embellished Blooms; Stationery: Sealed with Appeal; Cakes: Linacucina; Cake Pops: Raleigh Cake Pops; Garter: La Gartier; Hair & Make Up: Karen Michelle Clark; Jewellery: Oh So Curio; Menswear: Savvi Formalwear; Veils & Hairpieces: Petals by KC; Crown: If the Crown Fits.

James Bond — Skyfall

Skyfall

For a wedding day with the wow-factor, a stylish James Bond theme will be cool and stylish. Think of having wedding guests dressed in tuxedos, Aston Martins for the bridal party and a casino themed reception. Linda of Linda Scannell Photography tells us more:

“Taken at an art gallery, an Aston Martin, a black tie theme, some stylish jewellery and handbags. Add an elegant cake, structural flowers, a poker table and a few vodka martinis, shaken not stirred, and you have the perfect recipe for an elegant James Bond-inspired wedding shoot. Styled by Louise Harris from Warwickshire Wedding Planner, we spent a fabulous autumn day photographing our bride and groom models at Compton Verney.

Skyfall

“The former stately home is set in the heart of the English countryside, giving me loads of potential for dramatic photographs both indoors and out. We rounded off the shoot in true Bond style with some canapés and cocktails around a poker table for that casino feel.”

Skyfall

Credits:
Photography: Linda Scannell Photography; Shoot styling, planning & co-ordination: Louise Harris, Warwickshire Wedding Planner; Wedding venue: Compton Verney, Warwickshire; Car: Aston Martin DBS One77; Car preparation: Stuart Porter from The Clean Car Company; Dress and stole: Village Brides of Long Compton; Alternative bouquets, buttonhole, jewellery, tiara and handbag: Tam Vo Company; Venue flowers: Flower Thyme; Hair & makeup: Colleen Phelan; Poker table: Finesse Casinos; Canapés, cocktails & waiting staff: Aubrey Allen bespoke catering service; Models Bride: Sinitta Marie Hunter; Groom: Oliver Turner.

The Hunger Games

The Hunger Games

So you loved the books, then you loved the film, now you can fall in love with the wedding. This Hunger Games inspired shoot was photographed beautifully by Meghan Christine Photography.

See how you can have your own wedding day inspired by the love story between Katniss and Peeta. Filled with earthy tones and natural materials, get ideas on how you can add some outdoor style to your wedding day. To recreate your own Hunger Games style wedding, choose wedding attire that is laid back and relaxed. Then for your decor, soft green and brown tones will look great, enhanced by touches of gold.

The Hunger Games

Credits:
Photography & concept: Meghan Christine Photography and Whitney McGillicuddy; Coordinator: Kellie Ann Events & Weddings; China, flatware, glassware & napkins: The Vintage Table Co.; Paper products: One Handspun Day; Cake & cupcakes: Kacee Forte; Bride & groom attire: The Gown Swap; Makeup: Beautiful Faces by Denise; Hair: Laura Polsgrove of Butterfly Salon; Models: Lukas & Susannah VanDyke.

Carnival

Carnival

A perfect theme for a summer wedding is carnival — you can have so much fun with bright candy colours, fairground games and of course lots of sweet treats. This carnival wedding shoot was photographed by Laura Kelly Photography and encompasses everything that a carnival wedding should be about — fun, bright colours and effortless style.

Take a look at this amazing shoot and find some stunning ideas on how to create your own carnival wedding, from the colour scheme right through to the décor.

Carnival

Credits:
Event Coordination: Effervescent Occasions; Photography: Laura Kelly Photography; Gown: Dominique Levesque Bridal; Men’s Wear: Tip Top (St. Laurent); Rentals: Cody Party Centre; Cake Design: Chrystal’s Baked Goodies; Florals: Flowers Talk; Paper Goods: Designs by MCS; Furniture: A Fine Thing Antiques; Tableware: Cody Party; Models: Stephanie, Bryan, Robyn and Dave; Makeup & Hair: Tracy D’Silva; Candy Apples: Rocky Mountain Chocolate; Cotton Candy: Lois N’ Frimas; Décor: Slippin’ Southern, Paper Polaroid, Stuff So Simple, Pink Cherry Mama, Pretty Sweet Stuff; Wedding Sign: Adonai Woods; Vintage car: Paddy & Greg Somers.



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