A Wet, White Wedding

Remember this gorgeous image of a Bride and her bridesmaids in – shock horror – white?  Well there’s a new all-white wedding on the block and it’s just as stunning.  Having your bridesmaids wearing the same colour as you really does make for some dramatic photographs.  My only concern would be does everybody know who the Bride is in the picture?

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A Blogging Travisty

I’ve just realised something rather upsetting.  When I re-posted all my favourite posts from the old blog, I omitted one of my most favourites from last year!  How could I?!  I only realised I had committed such a crime when I re-discovered the Bride Amanda’s wonderful blog VintageGlam.  This couple and their wedding we’re such an inspiration for our own so I defiantly have to re-post them, like now and if you haven’t seen these before you will be glad I did. Pure vintage, cinematic joy.

And if that’s not enough for you, clicky here for more!

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What Happens In Vegas…

Daniel surprised his girlfriend Davina by proposing just before Christmas and then promptly whisking her away to Vegas for a whirlwind elopement at the Little White Chapel!  Daniel even arranged for the photographer to meet them there to capture their perfectly tacky and cheesy ceremony (their words not mine!)

How very fun! For more of their Vegas wedding clicky here

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Cool. Very Cool.

Be Inspired…

(and then have a look at their post wedding shoot here)

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On Fire

I’m sure you’ve seen the quintessential and therefore iconic ‘fire’ trash the dress photograph – the photograph that has been credited with starting the trash the dress phenomonum in fact.  If not clicky here to see…

Anyway, the genius behind this fantastic image, John Michael Cooper, is still taking some fantastic photographs of some amazing weddings.  Just check out this little gem I found.

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Mad.

The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party feel of this wedding reception is spectacular…just check out these gorgeous (and vibrant!) details…

Credit: Jamie Hammond