Colorful Styled Shoot Inspired by Dr. Seuss

It’s full of color…whimsical…and pretty as can be.  We absolutely adore everything about this styled shoot brilliantly created by a dynamic group of Atlanta vendors. The shoot was inspired by Dr. Seuss…it’s the perfect mix of quirky prettiness.  We hope you get tons of ideas from this shoot.  Thanks so much to Amanda for sharing these yummy photos with us.  Be sure to check out more of her work on her site.
From the photographer:
“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.” ~ Dr. Seuss The following images were inspired by the great doctor.  The inspiration for this piece came after watching the film “The Lorax”. We were consumed with translating this colorful, whimsical and wacky sensibility that is Seussdom… to our world of weddings. It’s alive with color, vibrant and intricately designed, with just enough quirk. We knew immediately who to bring along on the journey to make this dream world come to life. The vendors associated with this shoot are among the very best in Atlanta.  All were willing to come together to create something we’ve never seen before.

There are many more images in the gallery here

VENDORS
Hair and Makeup:  Brushworx On Location
Event Designer:  Juli Vaughn Designs
Invitation Designer:  Julia’s Poppies Design
Veils and headpieces:  Vanilla Hue
Event Venue:  Mason Murer Fine Art
  1. @munaluchiBride

    ON THE BLOG: Colorful Styled Shoot Inspired by Dr. Seuss http://t.co/9CmJU7hC

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  2. Coretta's Elegant Events

    Oh my, the colorful chandelier is divine! In love with these vibrant color combinations.

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  3. @munaluchiBride

    RT @JuliasPoppies: Check out the feature on Munaluchi Bridal Magazine…. http://t.co/F6L3vvD2

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  4. @perfectbartenda

    RT @Event_Passion: Colorful Styled Shoot Inspired by Dr. Seuss http://t.co/ZasnpQ9I

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  5. WeddingLover

    The bride (mock-bride) looks porcelain. The photoshop on her skin is just horrible. Ease up on the Gausian Blur filter a bit and the close ups may be bearable. Always remember that humans have texture. Other than that, the rest of the shoot and set is just fine.

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  6. eb

    Love this! very unique and inspiring!

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