Evita & Micheal had a very uniquely styled wedding and ‘day after shoot’ (which actually took place 4 months after the wedding but who’s counting?) The whole glorious wedding is featured in the Fall issue of Weddings Unveiled Magazine (and is on their blog, Completely Unveiled) but I was over the moon when Evita asked if I would like to share their American Gothic style photo shoot too.
A City Hall ceremony doesn’t have to mean a quicky wedding. Herdah & Jonathan had a pretty damn glamorous but intimate and chic wedding at San Francisco’s City Hall followed by an even more glamorous but similarly unconventional reception at E&O Trading Company. Hardah wore a dress by Lian Carlo Couture and shoes by Kate Spade. The beautiful flowers and suculents were put together by Herdah’s best friends and bridesmaids, the cupcakes were from Kara’s Cupcakes . Stunning.
You know what, I always have time for another quickie blog post before bed. Moley is wonderful. I heart him. He has also just become Feather Love’s new intern. I expect great things. Gotta love those random moustaches/fake noses!
I have a very exciting week ahead of me (all will be revealed soon!) but I’ve just got time to share this beautiful film (shot in the UK oh yes) sent to me by reader Andy. It has such a gorgeous vintage 70’s vibe and I just adore it! Soak it up baby…
Alex & David’s wedding was a super suave, quirky and stylish London affair. Her stunning dress was actually a modified David Fielden number and suited her perfectly – not too bridal but not too boring! The wedding took place at The Larder in Clerkenwell where the couple added their own personal stamp with DIY touches, homemade cupcakes and a Mr Wippy ice cream van handing out ice creams after the ceremony.
Boy oh boy…I have to say there is a hell lot of wedding awesomeness flying in and around my inbox this week. I have been inundated with so many emails of gorgeousness that it really has been hard to keep up. Fret not though as I do plan on blogging all of the beauty at some point!
Right now, well what can I say that could possibly live up to these? The very lovely Rosalie of the Tea and Whimsy blog booked my buddy David McNeil for her wedding to Jamie last month. She has gone over all the details, budget saving tricks (they only spent about £4000/$6000 on the whole thing!) and DIY gems on her site, but I’m just here to share the swoonfest that is these photographs…oh and to draw your attention to her freakin’ awesome bouquet! Yes those are real (dyed) roses!