I’m not a photographer but Jeff Newsom makes me reeeally wish I was – he really is simply awesome! I can see why he has inspired so many photographers of late.
Jessica & Nik had a completely KICK ASS (and that had to be in capitals because I am literally shouting that as I write!) wedding at Northbowl in Philadelphia. The couple, who love all things rockabilly, kitsch and retro – certainly put all of themselves into their freakin’ awesome day. This is one of those weddings that is certainly going to do the rounds of Blog-Land so I am honoured that Amanda & Carina have elected Rock n Roll Bride to be the first blog to share them!
Melinda & Chris had a beeeautiful wedding at Hastings House, Salt Spring Island, BC. Mindy looked beyond stunning in her grey Badgley Mischka dress and her enviable red Miu Miu shoes. Is she the ultimate rock n roll bride or what? The whole wedding certainly had rock n roll flair, with close family and friends along for the ride. The Seattle based couple choose the venue for it’s stunning ocean view and and spectacular surroundings. Photographer Angela described the event as lots of fun, champagne, good food, laughs, music, tattoos, singing + love, yet with elegance, beauty and color.
The Marvimon in LA has become rather an iconic venue to me over this past year. I have never failed to adore every wedding I’m sent that has taken place within it’s walls. Sabrina & Kevin’s is no different. The day started as a somewhat traditional western affair – she: a bundle of radiance in her pastel palette and Claire Pettibone gown and he: the perfect accompaniment to his bride. The bridesmaids looked stunning and the flowers (supplied La Partie Events) were out of this world gorgeous. The whole day exudes rustic glamour. Come nightfall, Sabrina changed into a Kimono for the festivities and family party.
Hello my little wedding obsessives I am super excited about today because I have a plethora of fantastic weddings and photo shoots to share PLUS I’ll be rounding the day off with the launch of a new contest – open to all… yeeey! Let’s get right on it shall we?