Not too long ago we posted about graffiti wedding cakes, taking grunge to a sweet new level. But that just opened a whole new avenue of ideas involving the contemporary art of graffiti. While graffiti is hardly in line with your traditional wedding, it’s certainly fitting if it’s so very “you” – after all, isn’t that what the big day is all about?
The key is not to go overboard – one or two carefully selected graffiti elements are enough to make a bold statement. Here are a couple of ideas:
- Instead of a traditional guest book, set up a massive blank canvas where guests can layer up their signatures in spray paint.
- Create a stunning graffiti mural with your names and wedding date to go against one of the walls in the venue.
- Go all out and incorporate light graffiti work into the bottom part of your wedding dress.
- Alternatively light up the venue with graffiti projections and a mish-mash of lighting effects.
- Base your stationery designs on the work of your favourite graffiti artist.
- Employ a freelance graffiti artist to create a special mural on the wedding day, entertaining guests during the cocktail hour.
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