I have been looking forward to sharing some of The Nichol’s work for the last few days, and now after a through perusal of their blog I have found a load of their weddings I just have to share..starting with this one. This blue and orange themed outdoorsy wedding is sure to float your boat, and who says Converse are just for the Groom?!
Credit: The Nichols
I’m so totally and completely biased when it comes to my friend David McNeil’s photography and I don’t care…the thing is, he is just so amazingly talented for which I am more than a little bit envious! Plus he’s lovely and all that jazz…which just makes his work even more fantastic. In fact when we met our competition winners, Vana & Damien a few weeks ago, whilst looking though David’s portfolio, Vana said ‘It really seems like you know all the people you photograph‘ and that’s just it, that’s why he is so great, none of his images seem staged or forced or awkward – and you know what, now I’m a little bit annoyed now that I didn’t coin that phrase myself!
Anyway, David has got a super busy month coming up so I’ll have plenty of wonderful weddings, engagements and bridal shoots to share with you, starting with this gorgeous, intimate afternoon tea wedding in London. Isn’t her dress just to die for? (edit: her dress is from Candy Anthony)
Credit: David M McNeil
I really really love these! A little bit of international charm for a snoozy Sunday afternoon. What is it with those Europeans making everything looks so damn arty!?
Katya & Andrey are from St. Petersburg in Russia and after getting married, flew that very day to Prague for their Honeymoon and wedding day shoot! They also purchased many of their wedding items from here in the UK…I told you they were truly international!
Katya’s dress was from Gothic Wedding Dresses and her hat was from no other that Primark! (If you have never heard of Primark then you are seriously missing out..high street fashion but so ridiculously cheap that you don’t feel guilty filling a basket with a whole wardrobes worth of clothes on each visit…think £2 for s t-shirt, £5 for a pair of shoes, £8 for a bag – oh yes!) Andrey’s suit was made to measure at a shop in Camden Market.
Thanks so much to Tomasz for sharing these with me.
I really like these photographs by Jeffery Chan Tin of I Cherish You, an up and coming Canadian photographer who is definitely worth a mention…the posed shots are particularly beautiful, they look like they had such a giggle!
Credit: I Cherish You
I’m pretty sure you’re going to go crazy over these. Austin & Megan’s 1920’s themed wedding is right up m street. I love it all – the flowers, the dresses, the hairpieces, the venue, the cake, the Groom’s awesome beard and the coolest Bridesmaids I’ve seen in ages…in fact I am more than a little bit jealous!
You should really clicky here for their slideshow
Thanks so much Karen!
Credit: The Wedding Couple
One of my favourite flickr groups is the ‘Starting Your Own Photography Business’ group. Here, I find some amazing unblogged talent just crying out to be shared. So methinks it’s only fair that I share some of group admin, Ken Keinow’s gorgeous photographs.
This wedding grabbed my attention straight away – from the purple shoes, to the dramatic wide wide wide group shot, from the beautiful flowers to the stunning rustic barn location. These are just dying to be posted!
Be sure to check out Ken’s blog for more…
Credit: Ken Keinow