I’ve been chatting to Helen, the Bride in these fabulous Rosie Parson photographs. In one of her emails she send me the link to her wedding…wooohooo! As soon as I clapped eyes on these photographs I knew I’d seen this amazing wedding before (I’m thinking maybe on Offbeat Bride) and I’m guessing many of you will have had the joy of them already too..however I see no harm in sharing the gorgeousness just in case some of you haven’t had the pleasure of this amazing looking wedding. If anything I certainly wasn’t aware that this was a UK wedding – gives me hope that there are flippin’ awesome weddings happening all over the UK I just don’t know about them yet! (don’t worry my wonderful US readers, I will always love you too!)
(For more clicky here)
Credit: Paul Whitfield
Check out this amazingly original wedding..
Some great cars, a stunning dress, a wicked cake and some amazing flower and decor ideas… pure rock n roll bliss!
ps I’ve seen some more awesome weddings on Cameron Ingalls’ site so I will share them all later!
Credit: Cameron Ingalls Inc. via Adam and Eve Weddings
I have aways waxed lyrical about Amelia Lyon and these new engagements are just as fabulous as always…
Credit: Amelia Lyon
A huge Rock ‘n Roll Bride thank you to Ty of World Image Weddings
for sending this gorgeous backyard wedding my way. Take it away Ty….
James and Lindsey were married last October in the small mountain town of Ojai, California. It was a private back yard wedding with a small group of friends and family in attendance. It rained that day right up until the start of the ceremony when it suddenly stopped, leaving a beautiful sky and wonderful soft light. Everything was very laid back; they served tacos al pastor for dinner (there’s a picture of pastor roasting on a spit), and instead of cake their friends and family brought homemade pies. Everything was put together by their friends; there was no coordinator, no schedule, and no hassles, just a lot of fun.
Credit: World Image Weddings
These just landed in my inbox (boy, my poor email account has been on overdrive today!) and despite my repeated promises to blog less and think more..I can’t, I just can’t. Hello my name is Kat and I have a blogging addiction.
Shot by Utah photographer Kayleen T, these fierce images show this Bride at her sexiest – hot red shoes, that brilliant ‘reflection in the puddle thing’ and the amazing turquoise wall - just fabulous!
Thanks for sending these my way Kayleen, keep up the rockin’ work!
Credit: Kayleen T
I admit defeat, blogging less is an impossible task for me. I just received these fantastic photographs from UK photographer Julia Boggio. I’ve lusted after Julia’s work from a far for a while now, and as I said last time I featured her “If you haven’t seen Julia Boggio’s amazing work yet you really really need to. You need this in your life!”
Th ceremony of this quitensentailly London wedding took place at The Guards Chapel, St James which made for some fantastic (and cheeky) snaps (the Queen’s guards are not allowed to react to anything going on around them, they can’t smile, flinch or anything – I love being British sometimes – what a weird tradition!)
The Bride wore a gorgeous Monique Lhuillier gown and made her own fascinator for the evening part of the do. She wore a veil for the ceremony and then changed headpieces for the evening.
I hope you enjoy these photographs as much as I have – seeing the London Eye in these shots makes me feel all patriotic!
Credit: Julia Boggio