Have you been dying for our Steampunk Wedding Photos? Violet and Eric were our amazing Steampunk Wedding couple that finally did the deed at San Francisco’s Verdi Club and put the whole amazing production together. Complete with a dramatic 5 minute ceremony where the band was playing “The Final Countdown” and the bridesmaid pulls out a gun at our officiant to hurry him up! Little did their guests know how much fun the night was doing to be when they were invited to “a raucous celebration of our nuptials.” Violet, an active member of the Bay Area Steampunk Community came out in full force! I love their attention to details, down to Violet’s goggles and Eric’s tophat with glasses. And don’t you just love Violet’s DIY felt wedding bouquet? I just died over her gorgeous purple boots! Our groom, Eric, was not to be missed too with his dapper blue hair, intricate soda bottle cap boutainiere and tophat with goggles! Oh so steampunk chic!
And what is there to not love family and wedding guests that all came dressed up and participated in the masquerade wedding? Enjoy all the photos we posted of the coolest dressed family members! As well as the photobooth photos!
Violet and Eric, thank you so much for making our Steampunk wedding dreams come true. We only wish that we can do this over and over again. Fear not, we know the journey doesn’t end here. We love you guys!!
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Verdi Club in San Francisco
Catering: Verdi Club
Cakes: Verdi Club
Bouquets, Corsages and Boutonnieres: Diy (felt, vintage buttons & handmade glass buttons from Mary Barron)
Corset: Dianna DiNoble of Starkers!
Skirt and bustle jacket: Kambriel
Headpiece: vintage WWII Swedish glacier goggles from a local army surplus store decorated with more felt flowers
Necklace: Goddess Joy Designs
Groom & Groomsmen outfits: The Gentleman’s Emporium
I totally love the DIY moustache props, custom fox busts and who can resist the cool purple booths?
Love, love the custom designed wanted posters that totally reflects the mood and period!
Yummy little felt bouquet details and all DIY! Isn’t it amazing?
Yup, we jumped over the fence for this shot. Hey are we punk or are we punk?
Don’t tell anyone but we secretly sneaked into the Muni Bus Depot for this one!
The coolest Steampunk Groomsmen shots! A la boyband!
Oh yeah, they sure know how to party alright, the night got more fun as it wore on! Even more dancing into the morning hours.
What a great way to get photos of each guest that were there! Especially since everyone came so dressed up!