I got a lovely email from Jeremy Lawson thanking me for featuring his super-cool ‘I want to lick your face’ photograph and telling me to feel free to use anymore of his work…so I’m gonna!
I couldn’t choose just one wedding as he seems to be a very lucky photographer indeed and gets a wealth of amazingly cool and rock n roll couples to shoot, therefore stand by for the first post of many – first up Dan and Dwyer.
I picked this wedding for 3 reasons…the gorgeous vintage styling (i.e the way-to0-beautiful Bride + veil + dress + ugg boots!) the old Hollywood feel and that amazing wallpaper! I love it used as a mock-photobooth – awesome, gorgeous, fun!
Credit: Jeremy Lawson
I found this wedding and immediately emailed the Bride asking if I could feature it…I have never known so much detail to be put into flickr notes! It’s great though and I highly recommend a good old read, particularly if you are planning your own semi-traditional, budget, eco, backyard wedding. I particularly love this entry…
The Pineapple has been a symbol of hospitality for centuries. According to legend, captains of New England ships would mount a pineapple on their fence posts when they had a safe return from sea. This served as an invitation for family & friends to visit and share a meal together. That was our plan!
The Bride even wore her mother’s dress from 1974..and it’s gorgeous on her! Even if I had wanted to do this I wouldn’t have been able to – my Mum was a ballet dancer as a young woman and literally about half the size of me!
Anyway enjoy these photographs, I know you will…and be sure to check out Charlie’s blog too!
Credit: Aga Images via Chic Cyclist
There will be a distinct lack of posting today due to birthday celebrations (part 1) going on until 6am this morning…how very rock n roll of me!
While I’m recovering, why not amuse yourselves for a while :o)
Until tomorrow people…
Ps Love this….Want more?
Credit: Jeremy Lawson
be sure to check out this sunny, funfair engagement session featured on The Bride’s Cafe today…Mabel & Charlie are so kooky, cool, gorgeous and fun! I can’t wait to see how their wedding turns out!
Credit: Jessica Purvis via The Bride’s Cafe
Rosalie from Tea & Whimsy always sends me such great stuff to post so I urge you to head on over to her blog and check out this gorgeous seaside wedding!
(Or for more, head over and visit Depict Photography’s blog)
Credit: Depict Photography and Eva Elliott via Tea & Whimsy
It’s true..I really really love Tinywater Photography…do they ever shoot anything I don’t feel the need to post here right away?!
Credit: Tinywater Photography Hair & Make Up: Image Provocateur