A Sweet Lollipop and Candy-inspired Styled Wedding with a 50s Vibe


retro candy styled wedding shoot

Today we have a very sweet and pastel-pretty styled wedding shoot that was shot in a 1950’s warehouse in downtown Phoenix. Taking inspiration from the 1950’s bubble gum feel of the place, this celebration was styled with lollipops, cupcakes, and candy in mind — how cool is that? I love how the mostly pink, pretty elements contrasted with the gritty industrial nature of the venue, and I actually chose the main image (above) because the wooden frames behind the c0uple reminded me of a chocolate bar (after seeing this shoot, can you blame me if candy is topmost in my mind?). 🙂

The shoot also features two bridal looks — innocent and edgy — and here we have Lisa D. Photography to tell us more about their vision:

Our team of vendors wanted to appeal to the offbeat bride. In Phoenix, there is an urban revitalization happening in our downtown and we thought it would be unique to market to brides as vendors who could appeal to those tastes and trends.  We found a downtown venue that is a warehouse conversion that was perfect for our shoot.  It’s decor is 1950’s retro and we played off of the venue’s theme with an eclectic vintage 1950’s decor.  We had two gowns lent to us and played off of the innocence of the “lollipop” theme but also brought in the “edgy” of the urban theme.

*The models are not real couples.

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

retro lollipop styled wedding shoot

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Thank you Lisa for sending this very pretty and inspiring shoot my way!

Venue: The Duce
Coordinator: La Ricki
Photographer: Lisa d. Photography
Florist: Flower Bar
Makeup: Ashlee Miller Artistry
Hair: All Done Up Salon
Gowns: Schaffer’s Bridal
Jewelry: Premier Designs Jewelry by Natalie
Paper Goods: Creative Muse
Sweets: The Duce
Models:  Jazmin Romo, Megan Carollo, and Eric Crook

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2 Comments

  1. Love the details in this wedding!

  2. I am probably the most non-photogenic guy you will find! And Stacey has never been a fan of having her picture taken. So, naturally, Stacey and I were somewhat apprehensive and nervous about both our engagement and wedding photos.

    However, our photography sessions with Lisa D. Photography remain some of the most memorable and fun experiences we had during the planning and the actual day.

    Lisa took care of every detail and left the experience completely stress free. Stacey and I had so much fun during our sessions! Lisa is the kind of person you immediately love being around and feel like you are with a friend you’ve had for years. Add this to her out-of-this-world professionalism, organization, creativity, excitement and talent and you have a photographer unlike any other! She is very familiar with all areas of the valley and can make great recommendations for locations to take the photos. She traveled the distance to our wedding day venue weeks before the wedding to get ideas and inspiration for the wedding day.

    We are so grateful that we found Lisa! For any special moment that we want to capture in the future, we will most definitely use Lisa D. Photography.

    Lisa features her sessions on her blog and not only captures the moment with the photos but also is a great wordsmith – providing such an awesome narrative of our day! Spend some time on her site looking through her portfolio (http://www.lisadphotos.com/) and read through her sneak-peak blogs of the photo sessions. THEN…. hire her!

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