We’re going urban and offbeat today with this graffiti-inspired mood board. Admittedly, a graffiti wedding would be hard to pull off, but it could have such a fun—and even swanky—feel. At the very least, it wouldn’t be boring! We’re big fans of this vibrant urban art form, and as you can see, it is possible to incorporate graffiti elements into a wedding! We really want to get our hands on that linen graffiti pillow, and those graffiti-soled pumps are just plain rad! The pendant lamp in the upper right corner is made by transposing Donna Brady’s urban photos of colors and textures scoped out in her Brooklyn neighborhood onto a transparent shade. Now that’s some haute and hipster-y graffiti!
CREDITS (from left to right, top to bottom): Graffiti dining experience by Michael Tavano for New York Design Center (photo by Rick Lew) / Graffiti dress, $123, by Cynthia Rowley / Donna Brady’s graffiti pendant lamp, $130, from Rare Device / Graffitied pottery vase by Evan Lopez via Spray Graphic / Orange graffiti love pillow, $65, by Tony Colon for Misoul / Customizable monogram graffiti ring, $133, by Christie Nano / Graffiti-soled heels via Spray Graphic / Graffiti wedding cake by Sugar Bliss Cake Company / Bride and groom embracing in front of a graffitied brick wall via Wedding by Color
Not quite sold on graffiti? Take a look at this creative-as-it-gets real graffiti wedding proposal filmed by PR!MO! She spray paints “yes”!
Video by Alex LusterAnd if you’re still not convinced, Filippo and Martha will win you over. Yes, their names are graffitied (in bubblegum pink!) onto those train cars!
Photo via I Love Graffiti