A vintage industrial wedding
A CACOPHONY OF COLOUR, CONFETTI + GLAMOUR
When unicorns and rainbows collide, you get this. A vintage industrial wedding exploding in a cacophony of colour, confetti, gold and glamour.
Conceptualised and styled by our pals, Good Day Club, and beautifully captured by Gold and Grit Photography, this wildly original styled shoot is a colour explosion – and we’re chuffed we could be part of it.
Taking place in the one of a kind Church of Bang Bang Boogaloo in Melbourne’s CBD, this vintage industrial wedding shoot serves up a treat for the senses and is light years away from the traditional white wedding. It challenges the notion that a vintage wedding is all lace, burlap and shabby chicness. Vintage can be colourful, gritty, modern and glam too.
Bringing Good Day Club’s vibrant vision to life was their own signature vintage furniture; a selection of our vintage tableware, glassware, cake stands, brassware and brass vases; Good Grace & Humour’s one of a kind floral design (that flower veil, swoon!); rainbow coloured treats by Miss Ladybird Cakes; a sea of confetti; and not to forget a whole lot more from a list of incredible vendors (listed below).
Take in the magic right here and bring some colour into your wedding day or celebration.
It can also be seen on Nouba’s blog. Yippee!
Photography Gold & Grit | Concept, styling and furniture Good Day Club | Tableware, glassware, brassware and vase hire Betty May Vintage | Cakes Miss Lady Bird Cakes | Flowers Good Grace & Humour | Venue The Church of Bang Bang Boogaloo | Stationary Mickey Loves Jacqui | Bride’s dress Gwendolynne | Bride’s shoes Radical Yes | Menswear Briggins | Hair & Makeup Made You Blush | Photobooth Little Pixel Box | Jewellery e.g.etal | Ring corsage Arozona | Balloons Melbourne Party Balloons | Neon light + napkins Mr & Mrs Jones Gift Delicatessen | C utlery Gold Wedding Hire
Love what you see? Contact us to add vintage touches to your colour pop celebration!