What do I love about this wedding? Well let’s see…
The Groom’s shoes
The Dolce & Gabbana couture gown This Photograph…
The kids drawing table – what a good idea to keep them entertained whilst waiting for dinner!
The fact that they had a string quartet for their evening entertainment…but they only played rock music!
The belly dancer
The ring on a crayon…
“Hurrah” I hear you cry! Another fantastic and original wedding shot by Ian Grant. Remember this cute cute cuuute older couple that he photographed? Well this reminds me exactly of that wedding – the rustic, outdoory, natural, relaxed and hippy vibe is contagious!
I like polaroids. Whenever I see a wedding shot using a polaroid camera it makes me want to get one myself…and take cute, vintagey styled, kooky photographs. For more of this wedding clicky here or here
The very lovely Kim sent me some photographs from her amazing looking car show wedding after reading my post on the new ‘transport’ category for the blog. I think this wedding actually epitomizes my (or sorry my Dad’s) idea and shall forever more be remembered as the definition of wedding car chic.
Kim writes: I recently saw your post about the Chevelle and how your Dad thought your site was missing cars. Your Dad and my Dad must have been cut from the same cloth. As soon as I announced my engagement and my plan to hold my wedding & reception on my Dad’s lawn he began planning the car show. I thought it was a great idea. My husband, Andy and I discovered our mutual love of cars early on in our relationship in fact we bought a 1966 plymouth satellite (the white car in the pics) for eachother as a wedding present. My Dad drove my sisters and me to the tent in his 1929 Chrysler. The remainder of the cars belonged to guests who were promised “preferred parking” for vehicles manufactured before 1974 on our invitations. It was a great day and everyone loved being able to check out the rides.
I will most definitely be forwarding this post to my Dad to make sure he sees how popular his idea has become.