You are a unique bride/groom and you are wanting that alternative side to show through in your wedding while still having a glamorous event. So what if your big day could have two sides? An "oh so fabulous" vibe with a little funky fun waiting to surprise all of your guests! Sound perfect? We thought so, that is why we just had to partner with Bijou's Sweet Treats to bring you this 60's pop art and glam wedding shoot!
Keep scrolling to see how this beautiful bride flips her big day into an Alt-art reception! You can find all of Ashley Photography's photo in the full gallery.
One of Virginia's best wedding cake studios and a popular Virginia wedding inspiration Instagrammer Bijou’s Sweet Treats brought together a team of vendors from Luray, Page County, and the surrounding areas for their annual creative styling event.
Each year they pick a different theme to challenge everyone, this year’s theme was 60's Glamour style with bright pop art colors inspired by Roy Lichtenstein.
This wedding utilized bright colors, copious flowers, and new edgy bridal tuxedo looks. Tons of gorgeous 60's theme bar glasses, farm table, and other amazing vintage rentals were provided by Valley Heirlooms.
Bijou's Sweet Treats created a wedding cake that had a 2 sided look with one side more traditional and the other a wild pop art theme. The Posey Detail outdid themselves with a few styles of colorful floral that really fit the theme of this wedding. Leah Letters created the awesome bar signs and a wild 3D pop art invitation. I Do by Laura and Kaylee Rose both did an amazing job with hair and makeup on the fly. They created 5 total looks on site for this shoot.
As a fun Photo Booth idea, Team Bijou's created a pop art look so the bride could feel like she was part the painting. Ashley Photography captured the vision in this beautiful barn wedding venue at Stover Hall.
Bridal Impressions, Classic Tuxedo, and Got Rocks Jewelry also showcased some of the most amazing items from their shop. This wedding has so many fun ideas we hope will inspired pop art weddings in the future.