I have very much been looking forward to sharing these rockabilly style, pin up-esque, damn super sexy boudoir shoots from Marin Kristine Photography. Anyone who rocks a pink or blue wig gets a thumbs up from me. These may make a great gift for your future Husband, but nobody can deny you’ll have just as much fun playing dress up!
…And now for Danielle & Jerry’s awesome wedding. Her dress is a bridesmaids dress from David’s Bridal and she added the red tulle to the bottom herself. They got matching tattoos a few days before the wedding - ‘I love her’ and ‘I love him’ – are so adorable!
I was forwarded Danielle & Jerry’s wedding by the lovely Amanda of Vintage Glam. I saw it and I loved it. I also discovered their rocking engagement session so I had to feature these first. Danielle’s cute little hair bow, their awesome tattoos (do I sound like a broken record sometimes?) and the almost spooky fun fair location – I love it all.
Stand by for the wedding, complete with a Groomsman with a mohawk and a Bride in a black wedding dress.
If you would have told me six months ago that I’d be getting submissions saying ‘I shot this session with Rock n Roll Bride in mind’ I would have said you were totally nuts. In fact I still think you’re a bit nuts but I guess that’s beside the point.
Keira & Dan had a super cute session with Studio Nouveau. The vintage camera, the bright blue wall, the awesome trilby hat – yes I love it all.
You’ve gotta watch the slideshow as well because I just can’t get enough of this wonderful stuff.
Thanks to Lara & Kate of Studio Nouveau for not only thinking of me, but for being super duper adorable.
This session is quite frankly gorgeous. So gorgeous in fact that I don’t think my incessant ramblings can do it justice. Therefore I won’t. Ramble that is. Just lookie and love what you see (eeek the chalkboard shots are to die for!)
Erica thank you so much forsharing this little bit of happiness.
The Infinite Design team went for something totally different for Brady and Nithya’s wedding trailer. The result is something with much more of a filmic feel – blurring the lines between cinematography and videography so to speak. It evokes the emotion and the vibe of the wedding in a much more subtle way. I totally love it. It brings me back to my university days studying film and makes me feel ever so slightly intelligent again!
Thanks so much to Tim for sharing this special film