One of my all time favourite couple’s who had one of my all time favourite weddings have gone and taken some all sorts of wonderful anniversary photographs! Taken by Jose and edited by the very gorgeous Dani, what a perfect way to celebrate a year of married bliss – with more stunning photography!
Be sure to check out Jose & Dani’s AMAZING wedding here (and if that’s not enough for you, there are more images on her flickr)
Credit: Miss Dee Ahoy
If you’re having a English country garden themed wedding then what better way to celebrate your engagement than with a complete opposite in a Sex and the City style pre-wedding shoot!? I am loving all the wardrobe changes, especially that ruffly, ruched green dress – I have been swooning over it in Coast myself for the past few months!
Thank you to the wonderful Julia Boggio for sending me these exclusive (woop woop!) images to share with you all. Julia is not only one of the UK’s most fabulous photographers but she is the star of that infamous Dirty Dancing first dance video - if you haven’t seen it before, then you really must!
Credit: Julia Boggio Photography
To inject a bit of sunshine, happiness into your wedding and wedding day portraits there really is no better colour choice then super bright yellow. From the Bridesmaid dresses to the sunflower bouquet and the boys’ cute boutonnieres – the citrus accent really draws you in and without a doubt will put a little smile on your face.
Thanks to Brandi for the exclusive first look at these shiny happy images
After featuring one gorgeous Elizabeth Dye dress today I appear to be on a roll, as photographer Julie Randall just sent me this wedding day shoot and guess which designer the Bride is wearing? For your photographic geeks, this session was shot using “my trusty Hasselblad to get a nice mix of film and digital” For everybody else just stand back and soak in the beauty…
Thanks to Julie for sending me this glorious gorgeousness!
Note: The voting for the NY film shoot winners is hotting up y’all! If you haven’t voted yet then you better get a wriggle on…