Author Archives: Kat

Fashion Envy

I am jealous, elated and over-excited all at the same time after discovering Piksi’s flickr stream. Have you ever seen a girl with such an amazingly polished style? The 60’s vibe is perfect for her cute pixie look, I would go crazy if I was to find a wedding in the same style. Imagine Bridesmaids in some outfits like these…<<squeal!>>

Some of my fashion highlights of her gorgeous clothes (that I want to steal) include – her adorable heart bag from Minna Parikka, the cream, ruffle-topped dress byIVANAhelsinki and the swing, pleated grey coat from H&M…man, my wardrobe is so dull!

Credit: Piksi’s flickr

Light and Bright

Happy Sunday and a very Happy Father’s day to you all. Posting will be slim today as I am cooking up the most amazing contest which I will launch tomorrow…believe me, it’s worth checking back!

The light, bright and fresh colour palate of this gorgeous wedding has been perfectly mimicked by Benj Haisch’s gorgeous photography. The whole effect is a chilled out, cool and calm one and they seem to have had an absolute blast!

Thanks to Benj Haisch for this submission – photographers, if you too fancy seeing your work on Rock n Roll Bride, drop me a little email why don’t ya?

Credit: Benj Haisch

A Low-Key Party

Jess & Mike were really excited about having a really low-key party where their friends from all over and families could all be together and that’s exactly what they delivered.
 The wedding took place at the Valley Green Inn up in Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, starting off with a quick outdoor ceremony officiated by Jess’  uncle. The couple chose not to have rings and opted for a very simplistic approach to their flowers, using little bundles of wild flowers for the bouquets. 
Jess made her own gorgeous red dress out of a vintage evening gown and also made all the decorations inside the restaurant which included tin can lanterns, string lights and a garland hung from the ceiling.  Jess and Mike weren’t too concerned with lots of family group shots, but more with photos of everyone hanging out and having a good time.  Colin Leaman came along to assist the main photographer Amanda and set up a little photo booth area for which Jess brought along tons of hats and wigs and other props for her guests to use in the funny photos.
As an added touch, the couple requested friends and family write down three songs that they would love to hear at the wedding on their invitation replies so that everybody got to hear something they liked at the reception.

What a gorgeous day, it is an honour to share it with you. Thanks so much to Amanda of Love Me Do Photography for sharing these with me.

Credit: Love Me Do Photography

Oriental Obsession

Ever since our honeymoon in Japan, I have been crazy about all things Japanese – whether that be Hello Kitty, the ridiculously scary horror movies, the food (my friends will vouch for this one – I don’t think anyone has a sushi obsession like me) the fashion or just all things generally kawaii!

This Japanese influenced wedding was sent to me by photographer Aaron Spicer, and with an oriental obsession like mine, how could I say no? He describes the day:
Kyle and Nicole were married on Sunday May 17th, 2009 in Richmond, VA at Maymont Park in the Japanese Gardens. The ceremony took place by a rustic Japanese pagoda that neighbors a Koi pond. Everything that could be done DIY, was.  Nicole’s mother made her dress and all of the bridesmaids dresses. Kyle and Nicole handmade over five hundred origami cranes, and gift boxes that included wasabi peas, ginger candy and other Japanese treats. Nicole’s sister designed the wedding programs, as well. The bridesmaids all carried parasols, and the groomsmen all wore red Converse All-Stars to match Nicole’s red shoes. Nicole carried purple lilies. The reception was held in a tent on the grounds of Maymont. It was decorated with origami cranes, lit votives and Japanese lanterns. The night concluded with a traditional money dance set to a polka dance. 

Yep, Japan is definitely amazing. I want to live there please!