Colorful Punk Wedding in Highland Park
I've always loved color. I've also always loved punk rock and black. Growing up, my bedroom was pink and black with an entire wall plastered with band posters. That pretty much sums up my aesthetic. But for some reason, people think "punk" is synonymous with "black". Not true! This wedding is a gorgeous example of combining punk rock elements with a neon, 80s-inspired color scheme.
Studded napkin holders and matte black dinnerware plus hot pink napkins and a killer geometric table runner perfectly merged punk and vibrant. The best part? The table runner is a simple DIY made out of just colored paper!
I'm obsessed with this invitation suite from Alexis Designs Things!
LA Speakeasy provided on-theme colorful cocktails.
This awesome graffiti-inspired cake was created by Nicole Bakes Cakes. I love the metallic zipper details.
Upon entering, guests are greeted by this custom graffiti board with "seating card" pins that guide them to their table and double as name tags. (Plus, they're a fun little take home souvenir!)
Guests can get "inked" from this custom tattoo bar with American Traditional -inspired designs.
Can you believe she did her own hair? Autumn is a hair stylist and makeup artist so she crafted her own look, complete with "hair piercings" and a braided bridal mohawk.
Check out that ring! I love how the hidden skulls add a touch of punk rock that you only notice if you're looking closely.
A leather jacket is officially my favorite bridal accessory.
This nearby graffiti wall just happened to match their color scheme. I'm pretty sure that's fate.
And to wrap up this punk affair? Time to rock out in the York Manor's underground speakeasy where the party can last into the night!
Photography: Jade Elora Photography
Styling / Planning: Rock n’ Willow Events
Venue: The York Manor
Tabletop Rentals: La Piñata Party Rentals
Cake / Cupcakes: Nicole Bakes Cakes
Florist: The Flower Shop
Stationery: Alexis Designs Things
Hair / Makeup: Autumn Skibinski
Couple: Autumn Skibinski and Aaron Garrett