I want you to look me dead in the eyes and tell me honestly that you've ever in your life seen such a ridiculously cool, funky shoot with a vinyl wedding arch in Auktionshaus, Germany? No, you can't? Didn't think so. It's hard to top this incredible editorial shoot. And it's not just the rock and roll decor that makes it so brilliant. The bride's short wedding dress paired with those white platform Dr Martens? HELLO! The groom's leopard print shirt? YES PLEASE! Ok, I'll stop yelling - I promise. The old auction house made for the perfect, juxtaposing backdrop for this edgy, retro take on the 70s Vegas vibe. A mixture of disco, rock and roll, and classy chic as well as vibrancy, love, and light. Not a bad combination, in my humble opinion. 

Vinyl wedding arch and piñata for rock 'n' roll-inspired editorial shoot in Germany 

My team and I created a 70's Vegas-style Rock'n'Roll wedding shoot in Germany. We wanted to show our clients that it is possible to get married anywhere in the world, the way you want. Your day, your way. For me, the shoot was the absolute fulfillment of my personal dream wedding. 


Vinyl wedding arch and styling 

It's not often you see a vinyl wedding arch. So when you do, you should cherish it. That's what we're doing in the Rock My Wedding office - cherising this truly special editorial shoot. One side vibrant orange, pink and yellow florals and the other an arch of rock 'n' roll vinyl records. To broadly quote the cast of Friends, could this editorial shoot BE any cooler? The answer - no, probably not. In the heart of the vibrant Gonsenheim, Neustadt and Mombach suburbs, amid the edgy charm of an industrial-styled auction house, this love story unfolds like a guitar riff. Fierce and unforgettable. The bride, a vision of rock star allure, dons the most gorgeous off the shoulder short wedding tulle wedding dress with white platform Dr Martens. Her veil like a cascade of rebellious curls. The groom certainly matched her energy, exuding classic, cool energy with a leopard print shirt. Vintage vinyl records serve as centerpieces, surrounded by wild blooms and tapered candles flickering. As the sun sets, the venue transforms into a pulsating dance floor, where guests sway to the tunes of an era gone by. Behold, this rock and roll infused editorial shoot captures far more than just aesthetics; it seizes the very essence of love and music. 

The vinyl record centrepieces bring the whole colourful, retro tablescape together harmoniously

Like the whole concept, the fashion and beauty were inspired by the 70s Vegas vibe. A mixture of rock 'n' roll, disco, and classy chic. 


Well, I guess you could say that this editorial shoot brings the ROCK to Rock My Wedding. Yeah, I've been waiting for that one. This editorial shoot (particularly the vinyl wedding arch) makes me want to get up and just start dancing. Speaking of dancing - have you been thinking about what you're going to bust a move to at the end of your big day? Our list of last dance wedding songs is a good place to start. The pops of pink in the flowers, stationery, and decor are giving us Barbie energy all day. If you want to incorporate more of that into your own big day, our article on pink wedding theme ideas and inspiration will come in handy. 

Sasha Kirkham

Written by Sasha Kirkham

Photography : Natalescha | Concept and Planning: Natalescha, Die Dining Experten | Hair and Makeup : Nina Bachhuber | Venue: Auktionshauz Mainz | Decor and Hire: Die Dining Experten | Florist: Madame Design & Fleur | Stationery : Natalescha, Miss Nicole | Videography : Natalescha, Miss Nicole | Entertainment: Ellaine Engel Traureden & Gesang | Veils: Braut Gold | Food: Esszimmer By My Place | Models: Ariya and Simon | Jewellery: Jeweiler Zeller | Cake Maker: Maggies Kuchen | Tattoos: 13 Needles | DJs: Lar Sounds, DJ Robshow | Audio Guest Book: Nach Dem Piep

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