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
Whoa sexy mamma! A boudoir shoot with a rock n roll edge? I likey. The Bride who sent these to me said her husband was ‘one happy rock star’when he saw them – I bet! I love the shots with the guitar but my absolute favourites have got to be the set in the damn gorgeous bright pink tutu – I’ve got to get myself one of those.
I don’t get to feature enough rockin’ boudoir shoots, if you’ve got one don’t be shy – send it my way.
I’ve done that thing again where I get sent a wedding so damn awesome that I end up posting a million pictures…I hope you don’t mind! I think you’ll understand my overwhelming excitement when you see these and learn that photographer Jeremy Lawson has given Rock n Roll Bride the exclusive blogging/bragging rights to this awesomeness.
Christine & Dan’s ceremony took place at their favourite floral boutique, Asrai Garden, in Chicago. They wanted the setting to not only be gorgeous, but to be super sumptuous yet unpretentious place for to say their vows. The fragrant blooms, the pastries and the smell of fresh coffee throughout really did make the space feel like home.
Their reception was held at The Violet Hour, also in Chicago, where they served personalised cocktails to their guests including one called ‘Romeo & Juliet’ that was made of Beefeater gin, mint, cucumber and rose water. The florist (who of course also owned the ceremony space!) filled the reception with vessels and apothecary jars for ferns and succulents, wooden pedestals for food and loads of gorgeous garden flowers. The couple chose not to have a traditional wedding cake, opting instead for loads of pastries including fresh fruit tarts, meringue and gold leaf cupcakes and bacon chocolate chip cookies all from Hot Chocolate Restaurant.
Christine’s awesome dress was a 1950’s vintage gown from Elizabeth Avey in London (wooo) and Dan accompanied his Rag & Bone suit (New York) with a bow tie from the 1930’s and wingtip shoes from Church’s in England.
Thanks to much for sharing your story you guys, and Jeremy Lawson - I will actually love you forever!
Karlie & Jamie only made the decision to get married three months before the day. A lot of their friends were getting married during the year and had spent months planning everybody else’s weddings. So it wasn’t until the very last minute, that the laid back couple decided to get engaged and then hitched literally straight away!
Karlie’s father is a pastor at their church so they started the day with a very heartfelt, personal service. They then went to a local park to have some cool portraits taken (they couple also had their engagement shoot here) and rounded off the day with a small reception in Karlie’s parent’s back garden.
Special thanks to photographer Kate for sharing this beautiful day with me.