Behind the Scenes with Now That’s a Party

Today, we are so excited to share with you a styled shoot that pretty much confirms the age-old theory that opposites do attract. Now That’s a Party created a killer aesthetic with this super-chic leather-meets-lace look. Inspired by the idea of juxtaposition, we love the unexpected balance she achieved by pairing romantic florals and soft whites with edgy leather accents and stark blacks.

Maria Owston Floral Designs provided the beautiful florals in an overall super soft palette of airy whites and fairytale-worthy pinks. Ranunculus, dreamy garden roses and perfectly placed white anemones created some seriously delicate designs that helped to soften up the rougher elements of the shoot (like the bride’s back-of-a-bike-worthy black leather jacket and the groom’s oh-so-bad-boy all-black tux).

Few arches have made us as weak in the knees as Now That’s a Party’s creative take on the classic wedding element. An unruly arrangement of roses and ranunculus was roughened up even further by a pair of storied vintage window-pane doors and—our favorite part—strips of leather in gold and black. And, that cake! Sweet Cheeks Baking Company whipped up one of the most creative treats we’ve seen to date, complete with leather-inspired fringe and black lace details.

So, hop on the back of a bad boy’s motorcycle and get ready to cruise, as this styled shoot will surely have you feeling like the born-rebel you always knew you were.



Models: Whitney and Mitchell Ryan
Cake: Sweet Cheeks Baking Company
Photographer: Katie Beverley
Videographer: Carrie Onwards Films
Dress: D’Angelo Couture Bridal
Rentals: Rhapsody Rentals, Anar Party Rentals
Make Up/Hair: The Doll Service
Invites: Harken Press
Floral: Maria Owston Florals
Tuxedo: Friar Tux, Vista
Coordinator: Now That’s a Party

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