Dia de Los Muertos Styled Wedding Shoot
If you have never heard of it before, Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican holiday when friends and family gather to honor loved ones who have passed away. We wanted to take the traditional and kick it up a notch! Thus welcome to everything inspired by Day of the Dead with our gorgeous Dia de Los Muertos Styled Wedding Shoot!
From the hand painted leather jacket to the glitter gold and red sugar skull custom invites we wanted to create something truly unique, a tad offbeat and truly wonderful to your eyes!
This beautiful shoot was inspired by traditional Mexican culture. Bright vibrant colors were literally tied into everything! Flowers of all kinds literally exploded with colors of bright pink, orange, yellows and greens. A traditional Mexican Serape was used to decorate and embellish the table that held the amazing wedding cake, that had the flowers on it over an industrial looking type of cake. With the outdoor woodsy setting the cake was a perfect choice of rustic meets colorful with hints of gold dripping down!
Taking all our fun bright elements, the wedding table was styled accordingly. With vibrant bouquets of flowers to fun cacti, candles, colored bottles, and bright place settings that were all atop a Mexican Serape. This table was festive and fun and totally unique! Guest also could take home a custom designed calaveras as a party favor, sign me up please!
This wedding rocks of style and fun and who wouldn’t want to be apart of it!
The bride is wearing a vintage lace dress paired with custom inked leather jacket that reads Amore on the back. I mean how killer is THAT! Totally a style I can get into glitz and glam and rocker chic all combined into 1. She tops off her look with a fabulous necklace and earrings and eye popping floral headband! wowzers!
Groom rocks the suspenders and bright boutonniere while in all black. That smile he has from ear to ear shows he is a happy man and who wouldn’t be with this amazing styled shoot!
We hope that you gathered some fun inspiration, especially if you are thinking or having a Dia de Los Muertos wedding! Remember to always have the wedding YORU way and how you want it showcased! It is ok to be different, push the norm and break out of that box!
Credit to everyone involved and a HUGE thank you!
Jacket & Calligraphy: The Printed Palm
Cake: True Joy Bakery
Florals: Special event Factory
Makeup: Nyishaj Beauty
Invitations: Odd Lot Paperie (that’s us!)
Mexican Goods: El Tianguis by Jackie Serna
Female Model: Lucille Segovia
Male Model: Joel Romo
Jewelry: Lacatrina Nostalgia
100% Handmade Accessories: inspired by Huichol art and are sponsored by La Catrina Nostalgia Mexicana created by a servant
Marissa Rose Photogrpahy
Adriana Bocanegra Photography
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