I’ve been a fan of One Love Photo‘s awesome vintage styling for quite a while now, and I think these photographs from a wedding they shot on Valentine’s Day really show you why. Don’t you just adore this dress too?
Ps I have another fantastic Valentine’s Day wedding to share will you super soon!
Credit: One Love Photo
Here’s some more ridiculously expensive (probably) but bloody gorgeous table setting inspiration for you. I’d love it if someone would take this idea and do it their own way…and check it out, more peacock feathers! Wooo dark ‘n moody, don’t you just love it?!
Credit: Project Mad Love
Is it just me, or is this Bride (and the table settings!) too gorgeous for words? The dress is by Jim Hjelm Bridal by the way – clicky!
Credit: Jason Angelini Photography
Dennis and Christal look like they defiantly had fun with their transport for their wintery wedding.
Credit: Sota Photography
I saw the Bridal Shoot first and instantly thought, ‘that’s one for the blog’. But then I saw the rest of the wedding knew I had to feature the whole thing! Prepare to be inspired.
Credit: Studio This Is
I was going to wait until I had been sent more of the results, but I’m so excited about how these have turned out that I have to post them right away!
Yesterday afternoon, myself and David got in my rickety little ford ka and traipsed down to Bognor Regis (nice name huh?) to get some new shots to use on the site and for some up and coming (and very exciting) Rock ‘n Roll Bride promotion (more info on this to come very soon!) It took us about 2 hours to get there and I’d been up since 4.30 am for my ‘day job’. YAAAWN!
We got there at about 3.30pm and found a hotel that allowed me to get changed in their toilet and doll myself up. It was rather hilarious trying to get me into the dress again – I didn’t have a lacing lesson a needless to say David was as clueless as me, I did get stuck a few times! I have to say, this shoot really made me love my dress again, I’d almost forgotten how bloody gorgeous it is. We headed out to the pier, a rough a ready looking wall and the sea front for a variety of shots and styles. I was bloooooody freeeeezing by the end but I think you’ll agree it was all worth it! I am SO happy with the results, aren’t they fantastic!? We were so lucky with the light – it really made the photographs.
My fabulous shoes were personalised by the amazing Shoe Missy. I actually only ordered them on Wednesday thinking I wouldn’t get them on time for the shoot, but I figured I could use them another time. However when Anna, the shoe designer heard about the shoot she rushed the order through and was able to get them shipped to me in time to use. They arrived only half an hour before we had to leave, lucky huh!? We were SO happy we could use the shoes – they really became a feature of the photographs.
Anyway, enough of my ramblings, I’m sure you’re dying to see them right? Well here they are…weep at the fabulousness!
Credit: David M McNeil