Oh Lord I must contain my excitement. This is just the type of wedding that Rock n Roll Bride was created for and just the type of wedding that sends me weak at the knees. You’ll see why, believe me!
I was actually lucky enough to be able to share a little sneaky peak of Matt & Danielle’s wedding by way of their photo booth pictures back in November and we all knew from then that this was gonna be a goodie. A photo booth fit to bursting with that many tattooed bodies can never be a bad thing!
Edit: For everybody who’s been asking, Danielle’s (vegan!) shoes were by Bordello.
Credit: Kat Braman
The time has finally come for me to announce the winners of the free wedding photography contest with Kat Braman. As always it was too close to call right up to the last minute, and we had over 2000 votes so thank you so much. I am excited to reveal that the winner are…
Neil & Jamie!
Congratulations guys! You have won your wedding photography PLUS and engagement or day after shoot! How awesome is that!? But wait, that’s not all. Kat loved all out finalists so much that she would like to offer Ashley & Keith and Rachel & John $1000 off her usual package if they still wanted to book her! Please email Kat for all the info on this amazing offer.
ps All you UK peeps, don’t forget about my quickie contest to win two tickets to the Designer Wedding Show in February. I look forward to seeing you all there!
Dan is the executive producer for a radio station in Orlando (named Monsters in the Morning no less!) and Andrea is his stunning fiance. They chose Leigh Taylor for their engagement shoot (and upcoming wedding) as they knew she’s produce images worthy of their Rock n Roll credentials! Love. These.
This contest is now closed
I know I say this, like, a lot…but I really do have the best weddingy-friends! The very lovely Abbey of House of Sugalily has kindly donated two free tickets for the Designer Wedding Show in Battersea, London on Feb 12th, 13th or 14th. The show is set to be a good one with exhibitors including Utterly Sexy Cafe, Magpie Vintage, House of Sugalily, Emmy, Temperley London, Amanda Wakeley, Candy Anthony, Hello! Lucky, Nikole Ramsay and many many more! For the full list of exhibitors clicky here . Plus it’ll be the first year I’ve been able to go (I’m going on Friday 12th) so if you’re there on the Friday and you spot a pink haired beacon walking around come and say hi!
To enter simply comment below before Wednesday 27th January and I’ll pick a winner and announce it in my Thursday Treats on Thursday 28th January. I look forward to seeing you there…
This contest is now closed
Credit: Calla Evans Photography (from A Halloween-esque Steam Train of Epicness)
I need some advice. I live in Virginia, but all of my family lives back on the west coast. (I’m from Arizona) We decided that we would get married in Vegas this year so my family would be able to come (mainly my grandparents since they refuse to fly) They agreed to come and everyone seemed really excited about it. Then, I sent my mom pictures of what we’ll be wearing. She hasn’t shown my grandma yet, but she told her basically what they look like. When I called my grandma to talk to her about when we’ll be flying into Tucson, she started lecturing me. She said it’s “not a clown thing” and went on to say that if that’s what I’m going to wear, she won’t be able to come. Apparently, my clothing (which fits my personality very well) is making a mockery of marriage and weddings. I’m very upset about this, since she’s as close to me as my own mom. I don’t know what to tell her to convince her to come. Even my mother in law (who is extremely conservative) loves the outfit and thinks she’s being ridiculous. Have you known anyone to have problems like this?
(There’s pictures of our outfits attached if you’d like to see what the big deal is)
Thank you for your time.
Eugh Alison I feel for you, what a horrible situation to be in! So from what I gather it’s just your grandmother who has a problem with your wedding style? I can only imagine that weddings were very different in her day and so she has (unlike us!) never been exposed to anything other than an uber traditional wedding. My advice to you would be to write her a letter (grandmother’s LOVE to get real life letters) and explain to her your reasons for wanting to dress in an non traditional way – ie that this is how you dress all the time (surely she knows this already) and that you and your fiancé want your wedding to be a perfect reflection of who you are as a couple. Tell her how upset you are at the thought of her not being there and that you hope she will reconsider. The fashion and style of the wedding is all aesthetics at the end of the day and without her there it wouldn’t be right. Your wedding is the most important day of your life and it means a hell of a lot to you and your fiancé that all your family attend.
Damien & Nadia live in London (although Damien is originally from France) so they chose to have their engagement session in the UKs capital. Haven’t this pair got that European chic feel? Fabulous fashion indeed.