What’s not to love about this wedding? Amanda & Clint have been massive fans of vintage 1940’s and 50’s styling for as long as they care to remember, to what’s a better style of wedding for them as this? Amanda’s vintage reproduction dress is perfectly accompanied by her Groom in his traditional kilt (with a decidedly untraditional twist) and her Bridesmaids in their stunning black and red pin up halter style dresses. I am also loving their car, their polka dot themed reception and of course that fabulous cake…my favourite layer has got to be the ‘tattoo design’ layer…just hottness!
Credit: Eagle Eye Photography
The weekends are slow internet days…it’s almost like everybodyhas better things to do than spend their days off looking at pretty things online! Unfortunately for me I don’t get the weekends off so still spend lonely hours online scouring the web for some weddingy gorgeousness to share with you all. Just check out what I found today – this magical image is to die for right? I’ve seen other images from this wedding previously, but this is the first time I’ve had the pleasure of this one…and aww I just uber heart it! Head over to One Love Photo to see the rest of the wedding (fairy lights!) but be sure to come right back, and if you haven’t already, enter the contest because tomorrow is your last day to do so. Finalists to be announced on Tuesday when you can then all vote for who you think deserves this fabulous prize. Woop woop!
Credit: One Love Photo
Now I’m not normally one for cutie children, but seriously how adorable are these kids?! Their expressions are absolutely priceless.
Jana & Gerry’s engagements kicked it. They had them in Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia…
What makes us a rock ‘n’ roll couple? Well, we met backstage. Gerry has played in local Philly bands for years and we were introduced by his cousin. Being an attorney, I’ve been known to get into a shouting match (or two) with a record label over royalties for my man. Besides that, we’re having one of Philly’s best rock DJs do our wedding and we’re having it at the Mutter Museum – because if you can’t have a wedding onstage, medical oddities are a close second.
Credit: Andrew Graham Todes Photography
Faith & Joe didn’t have much time to plan their wedding, especially as they live in Portland but chose to have the event in California as lots of their friends and family lived here. They also decided to do the whole thing in a super thrifty way. This however, led them to have a truly unique, personal DIY wedding. Friends and family also helped them out wherever they could with her Mum making the cake, the dried flowers for the bouquets, boutonnieres and decorations being donated and Faith getting her gorgeous dress from a thrift store, adding the tulle and brown sash herself and even making her own veil.
This has got to be one of the sweetest and most stylish DIY weddings I’ve ever had the pleasure of sharing with you all. Thanks to photographer Shannon Moore for sharing!
ps People! You have until Monday to get your entries in for the Tinywater contest…do it do it!