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Happy Wednesday! Today’s post features some of my favorite things – comic books, Star Wars and awesome photography from Iliasis Muniz Photography!
Comic books, Mod Podge and a little Star Wars for fun highlight today’s engagement shoot from Texas based Shaina Sheaff Photography. ”Rachel and Patrick are both huge fans of comic books, super heroes, and Star Wars (but who isn’t?),” says Shaina, ”so I was really excited when they wanted to shoot an engagement session with a little bit of a twist.” Rachel and Patrick also visited their local comic book shop for some fun shots with a Stormtrooper helmet.
These Halloween inspired silhouette cake toppers from Etsy shop Plasticsmith are the perfect mix of horror and modern design for a ghoulish wedding.
Imgur user felosoraptor shared her gorgeous DIY Comic Book wedding bouquet made from pages of Deadpool and Army of Darkness comics. The couple’s wedding photographer Gage Blake Photography took a beautiful shot of the final product which included a 35mm film roll to represent the bride who also happens to be a photographer.
Get entangled in this Poison Ivy inspired wedding.
This Wonder Woman/comic book themed boudoir photo shoot captured by Sherry Sutton Photography features the perfect mix of geekiness and sensuality lassoed together in one hot wedding gift for her Husband. ”Amanda wanted to give her fiance Stefano something special for their wedding, says photographer Sherry. “He LOVES comic books, and he loves her, so she decided to combine the two into a comic book themed boudoir session. It’s everything from classically sexy to downright campy.”
Planes, comic books and a mix of vintage details highlight today’s eclectic wedding from photographer Kelly Redinger. “We really wanted the day to not only be about our marriage, but be about us,” says bride Bethany. “We tried to incorporate a lot of the things we love and a lot of the things we initially connected over, and that led to a rather interesting mix of vintage details and geekery!”
I’m always blown away by photographer Jervy Santiago’s cinematic engagement shoots and this two part comic book inspired production, yes production, is no exception.
I’m a sucker for button and brooch bouquets they make a great after wedding keepsake and have a Steampunk feel to them, and Etsy shop Beaubuttons takes my favorite style to the next nerdy level by adding a comic book twist.