Old, Abandoned Houses and Red Lipstick

Debbie of Englexas Photography has sent me first wedding shoot to share with you and I am over the moon so say I love them! She knows me so well…
It involves old, abandoned houses and red lipstick…thought you might like it!

Credit: Englexas Photography

Ho Down Wedding

Photographer Lauren Killian described this to me as a ‘ho down’ wedding, however I have to say I don’t see any singing round any campfires. Apparently it doesn’t all have to be cowboys, campfires and country music!

Credit: Person & Killian Photography

Barbican Trash The Dress

The sore head from last night’s shenanigans is beginning to kick in…who knew the girls of the UK wedding scene were so hardcore! Last night I went out with a bunch of girlies I’ve met through the site and I have to say we had am absolute ball!

So it’s only fair to start today off with some of the work of one of the gorgeous girls from last night’s meet. Eliza Claire sent me these first thing this morning (her headache must not be as bad as mine!) They are photographs she took of her friend and fellow photographer, Ly Wylde at the Barbican in London.

Love them and love all my new wedding loving friends!

Credit: Eliza Claire Photography

Ridiculous Talent

So I’m about to head of to brave the London tube strike (grr!) to meet some of the most ridiculously talented photographers and vendors that the UK wedding ‘scene’ has to offer. I am rather excited about having a good old girlie gossip over one too many cocktails! 

So to keep you entertained until I return, check out this pretty darn gorgeous set by Holy Holy Matrimony, and if you haven’t already then enter the contest!

See you tomorrow you gorgeous creatures…

Credit: Holy Holy Matrimony

Old School Charm

Some may say I blog too much…and I know I do, but come on I have to share stuff like this! The tattoos, the veil, the cute dress, the old school style…love love love

From photographer Katherine:
Naomi and Ian were married at The Old School on East 11th street, it’s a historical home owned by the documentary photographer Alan Pogue and his wife. It’s an incredible house with a porch and tall ceilings and filled with Alan’s powerfully beautiful black and white photographs.
The groom and his friends set up the stage for the ceremony then got ready at Verde Camp.

Though it was a stormy day, the rain stopped in time for the ceremony and held off for a beautiful outdoor dinner and dancing to Ian and his friends music.

A huge thank you to Katherine O’Brien for sharing these with me..I am in LOVE!

Credit: Katherine O’Brien