She took my breath away w!hen we first stepped in the bridal preparation room at the Rose Garden Inn. She was so elegant and so beautiful. The mood was calm, comfortable silences interrupted by feminine giggles. As she cut a part of her mother’s veil to add on to the hairpiece, I noted how important family was to her. Her red knee high boots sat in the corner as she got laced into her corset, accentuating her hourglass figure. Every move was deliberate and graceful, she was so inspiring. Everything about her was so unique, her red Wai Ching dress was perfect.
Dress: Wai Ching
Corset: Dark Garden
Headpiece: Twig and Honey
I can’t believe I haven’t featured these sooner! Read more about Jocelyn & George’s glorious wedding over at the fabulous Tinywater’s blog.
Be sure to enter the contest if you haven’t already my lovelies..catch you tomorrow!
Credit: Tinywater Photography
I found Nikole Ramsay on one of my many hunts for gorgeous images to share, and not only is Nikole fabulous beyond fabulous but she is based right here in London so I am very much looking forward to meeting her for a coffee as soon as possible!
This gorgeous and dramatic photo shoot really caught my eye. Obviously the photography is amazing (goes without saying really) but the whole team made for this beautiful, edgy result.
Dress: Sarah Treble
Make Up: Lina Cameron
Hair: Severin Hubert
Model: Irena Tyshna @ MOT Models
Nikole loves to photography unique and stylish weddings all across the UK and can capture all your quirky and beautiful details in her own, truly personal way.
Credit: Nikole Ramsay
Sorry I have been a bit MIA today…how very unlike me! However there was some serious drama at my day job (gah!) and then I went to meet my bestest friend for yummy thai food and shopping. Time to catch up!
I really do have the best readers ever. You make my job so damn easy sending me stuff like this!
The Bride, Jen, wrote me a cute little email with her submission:
What a fabulous site you have! Too bad I’m finding you now (a year post nuptials) despite spending hours during the planning stages googling everything anti-bridal! Anyway, wanted to share our rock n roll wedding in brief. I sing in a band so there’s *literally* some rock n roll, and my husband is into wine, nature and beautiful food. We combined it all in our Northern California wedding. We married in an old de-consecrated Gothic chapel (with our darling pug, Siddartha, in tow) and then hosted dinner for our 60 guests in an off the beaten path restaurant overlooking the bay. The setting was simple and natural, and the food was local, organic and delicious (like my husband.) Later, some bandmates and I busted out a few tunes…though after all that wine, perhaps we should have saved it for the stage? Nah, it was fun. Anyway, here are a few pics. Our photographer was the magnificent Jennifer Skog. And our band (check us out!) is The Gun & Doll Show.
Credit: Jennifer Skog
Last post for today guys, see you tomorrow and don’t forget to enter the contest!
ps love this…
Credit: Kiss The Groom
So I was flicking through last months issue of British Vogue at work today and I came across this photo shoot. I am so pleased I was able to find these scans online as I know you’re going to adore them as much I do. These are kinda bridal but with a edgy fashion aesthetic. Hold onto your knickers girls, some seriously fabulous fashion inspiration a-coming your way!
Credit: British Vogue via Natalia-v.net
This week’s Savvy Scoop guest post may possibly be my favouritist ever (yes, I am aware that’s not a real word) Pink hair plus a reconstructed vintage wedding dress, once worn by the Bride’s mother…Ammmmaaazing!
So, your tasks..head over to Savvy Scoop and check it out then come right back here and enter my new contest, OK?
Credit: Jenny Jimenez