One of my most favourite blogging friends and photographer extraordinaire Tara Kneiser has posted some new engagement pictures…and it’d be just rude not to share them. I’m usually not over excited or blown away by engagement sessions as many of them seem a bit cookie cutter or generic, but these are defiantly different. I love them and this is just my favourite of them all!
Credit: Dixie Pixel
I was just going to do a Groom Style feature on these awesome boys in their awesome shoes (decorated by the Groom) but after looking at the rest of the wedding photos (and the video – featuring my favourite song in the whole wide world – Tiny Dancer – go check it out!) I couldn’t not feature everything else too.
This is defiantly a cool, relaxed, creative, Rock ‘n Roll Wedding!
Don’t you just love a bit of vintage cool? This Bride totally works it! How adorable are those shoes and how stunning does she look in this dress!? Even the couple’s name is uber cool – Kaitlyn and Sherman..I am actually in love with the name Sherman!
My God this dress is beautiful!
Credit: Stacey Doyle Via Ocean State Bride
I’ve found another photographer’s blog that I know I’m going to spend hours pouring over..I actually discovered her though a new favourite wedding blog of mine, Darling Dexter, as she took the photographs for their wedding. Aren’t they stunning? And I just love the Bride’s dress, made by her Mother – gorgeous! Dresses like this make me wish I was tall and slim so I could carry them off too…
Just check out these little gems taken by Martha Manning
Here is a fabulously Rock ‘n Roll DIY wedding from back in March…I just can’t help but adore all these tattooed Brides!
The Bride designed and printed all of the invitations, programs, thank you cards & the reception programs herself. The flowers were bought at a farmers market the day before and only cost $125 for everybody’s… (that’s like £75!)
The favours were made by the Groom’s mother – she ended up making over 600 individual caramels which were put into little bags that were bought at a local paper store ($15 for 500), with temporary tattoos tied on with a variety of red, gold and black ribbon. The couple actually made the tattoos and had them printed online (temporarytattoos.com)