Not all hair, but everyone asks to see the dress… so!
As always, hair color was done by me using Manic Panic colors Deep Purple Dream, Rockabilly Blue, Atomic Turquoise, Electric Lizard, Enchanted Forest, Electric Banana and Hot Hot Pink. Hair styling + makeup thanks to Dollface Makeup and Hair by Barbara Saric in Canada. The amazing dress was made by Tova Marc at WeddingDressFantasy.com. Photography credits to Sarah Place Photography, with editing done by myself. The ceremony was at Niagara Falls, NY with reception at Rapids Theatre.
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So like I said a few pictures from the Harry Potter reception. Sadly I didn’t bring my camera so these are just things I took with my phone. I’ll get some of the bride and grooms pictures at some point. :)
Our offbeat wedding at a glance: My absolute favorite highlights of our wedding can be summed up in a few “D” words: dog, dress, decor, and disability. Our dog, Rush, is a trained service dog who helps my husband with a variety of day-to-day tasks. He came down the aisle with us and delivered the rings perfectly on cue, as if it was just a normal day of work. This of course was met with a 100 peoples’ collective awwws. Rush also toured the room with us and enjoyed many pats throughout the night. A true champion.
Finally, our focus on disability was a highlight for me. You can’t hide the fact that my husband spends most of his waking hours in his giant electric wheelchair (he has cerebral palsy), so we didn’t hide it — we celebrated it. We matched the wheelchair to our wedding colors, we took an accessible bus to the wedding, our food was finger food (which is easier for Tim to eat), and our cake was cake pops (also easier for Tim). We drank wine out of straws, and we even included Sign Language Interpreters in our ceremony. We celebrated disability and difference in all its forms.
read the full story at http://offbeatbride.com/2014/01/toronto-access-a-wedding
Sooo… I haven’t posted in a while because I was letting my hair fade out so I could have a clean slate for my wedding - which was yesterday! Obviously haven’t gotten the professional photos back yet, but my hair stylist snagged this one on her phone and sent it over… so more to come soon!
CHINA, Shanghai : This photo taken on September 3, 2014 shows Leng Yuting, 26, posing underwater for her wedding pictures at a photo studio in Shanghai, ahead of her wedding next year. Her fiance Riyang said they had their wedding photographs taken underwater because ‘its romantic and beautiful’. Mr Wedding studio owner, Tina Lui, started providing underwater pictures four years ago. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE