Our first meeting with Roxy and Daniel Becker was like a blind date gone right. We met for dinner at their house and were immediately inspired by their zany creativity and Daniel’s love for VERY obscure movies. 30 seconds after meeting them, our relationship was on its way to new heights.
We spent the next two months shooting what can only be classified as the most kick ass engagement film of all time. We went to crazy locations and had wild adventures shooting scenes for A Clockwork Orange, Two Mules for Sister Sara, Quadrophenia, Lost Horizon, Back to the Future and Stay Tuned. We had donkeys, Deloreans, Hindu temples, fire, magic…and a heck of a lotta love.
The movie was the perfect dinner entertainment for the wedding and all of their guests were anxiously anticipating the unveiling!
Roxy thought of every detail for their wedding day. Vintage books lined the tables of the Airplane hangar where the reception took place. I had a feeling that my dream of having a wedding featured on Rock ‘n Roll Bride just might come true when they rolled out the yellow airplane for us to shoot the formal pictures with! Without further ado: Rock ‘n Roll Bride Post I’ll let Rock ‘n Roll Bride share our favorite images of the day with you!
Enjoy the movies!
We’re kinda in love with the Becker’s now.
None of this would have been possible without:
Organizer: Michael Quaider : http://alluringlandscapestx.com/index.html
DJ: James Talambas: firstname.lastname@example.org
Food: Ellerbe Fine Foods [http://www.ellerbefinefoods.com/] and Uncle Julio’s [http://www.unclejulios.com/] [both in Fort Worth, TX]
Bourland Field Estates in Cresson, TX: http://bourlandestates.com/
Plane owner: Don Winfree
Ceremony and Reception at the Beckers’ Home [parents of groom]
Dresses: BHLDN [bhldn.com] & Leanne Marshall [leanimal.etsy.com]
Hair: Bride&Groom cut by Brandi [http://www.muchomuchobuenobueno.com/] of Do or Dye Salon: http://www.doordyetx.com/; Bride’s hair styled by Tammy of New Image Salon [Weatherford, TX]