…left to describe how much I love these photographs, and this couple. How bloomin’ gorgeous are they both?! I love love love the bridesmaids outfits, the Bride’s simple style and the Groom’s awesome orange tie (matching the flowers). And it goes without saying that the photography is amazing. James Carson is one of my newest and most awesome finds!
This wedding was sent to me by Victor Sizemore, the photographer behind the Carnival-esque wedding you all seemed to love so much. Tanya and Joel’s wedding is surely unique – gothy and fabulous. I love the black, white and red but the standout feature for me has got to be the rather spectacular venue! Isn’t it just a dream come true?!
The detail of the masks is so sweet. Tanya hand painted each mask, one per guest, which they not only wore but served as their reception placement card and favour – very personal and such a lovely idea, something the guests can enjoy on the day and will actually want to take home!
This carnival themed wedding is just fabulous! I would love to go to a bash like this, it would be so fun..all the fun of the fair without the horrible chavvy kids hanging around! (that’s a British expression – look it up ’chav’ on wikipedia!)
The carnival was set up by Zebra Entertainments and looks like a absolute blast – certainly takes wedding entertainment to the next level!
The Bride, Courtney is a graphic designer and designed and planning everything (the invites are wicked) The couple did so much work themselves, Charles even built things to go with the decor including games, trash cans and candy floss posts.
There are loads of lovely winter weddings around on various wedding blogs at the moment (well it is winter after all and don’t we know it here in Blighty..it’s minus 10 degrees C for pity’s sake!) but this is one I haven’t seen everywhere, and isn’t it gorgeous?
I particularly love the ring shot!
I was just browsing through some old files of mine for some research I’m doing (watch this space!) and I rediscovered this fabulous wedding! This was one of my most favourite finds when I was planning our own wedding so I must share.
It’s beachy, it’s diy, it’s relaxed, it’s vintagey, its fun – I fell in love with the parasols, the flowers, the cake, the cake topper and the cheeky couple.
The Bride’s Knot Site also had some great diy tips and step by step instructions on how they did stuff – definitely worth checking out