Recently I seem to be sharing more and more photographs from each wedding/photo shoot I’m sent, but you know what? sometimes it’s really too difficult to cut it down, just like this post I’m afraid…
This couple absolutely rocked this session…I could imagine these two as a couple who’ve run away to elope and be in love amongst nature…but maybe that’s just me! The use of the vintage cameras and books in the last few shots is spot on, don’t props rock?!
Credit: Marianne Wilson Photography
When Fox & Freddy (seriously, how rock n roll can you get!?) got married they felt their photographs really didn’t represent who they really were. So 6 years down the line their friend and photographer Joy Wilson offered to do a super cool fake wedding shoot for them so they could have all the funk they deserved! Joy even went so far as to head off to a fabric store and fashion Fox’s ridiculously gorgeous dress using a plethora of stunningly coloured tulle’s and a lot of safety pins – she also made the one of a kind bouquet…multi talented you might say!
These are spectacular…and oh my God I want that dress!
Credit: Joy Wilson Photography
Jessie’s vintage style bridals were absolute classics and it would appear the wedding was just as gorgeous! I adore all the vintage attention to details, especially all the cameos…just beautiful!
Thanks so much Katherine!
Credit: Katherine O’Brien Photography
Seattle photographer Desiree Haigh has some seriously gorgeous friends who just so happened to make for an utterly gorgeous engagement shoot! I can see why it’s her favourite shoot to date.
Credit: Desiree Haigh
Have I or have I not been sent some absolutely out-of-this-world-amazing weddings recently? I can’t get over how many rock n roll weddings and photographers are out there…I feel so lucky!
This one winged it’s way from Ananda Lima:
Lela and Bubs got married in Central park at the Shakespeare garden. The park looked gorgeous (early Spring) and, since the ceremony happened in the early evening, they had the park pretty much to themselves. They were a little late and missed their officiant! This turned out not to be much of a problem, as their friend ended up officiating the ceremony for them. Everyone thought it was much better that way because the ceremony was very genuine and personal. After the ceremony, the couple and friend headed to the Bubble lounge for a few celebratory drinks. Everyone had a blast. (Lela is a true RocknRoll Bride: she sand along with Bub’s in the group “Bubba the handsome”).
Thanks Ananda – I love this gorgeous couple!
As soon as I saw these engagements I thought to myself ‘oooh Grease!’ and it turns out I was right, photographer Stacey Ilyse was going for a 1950’s rockabilly style with this gorgeous session.
The photos took place on Coney Island and since Megan and Nathan love vintage, especially the 50s and are planning on having a 50s –esk Christmas wedding this upcoming Dec. We took the photos to go with that look since they also wanted to incorporate their engagement photos into their wedding day, using moo cards with their photos on them as “ornaments” on the Christmas tree ~ on the other side will have all the guests names and table seats.
The couple are getting married in December and Stacey assures me she will send me the results afterward..woo!