Film is not Dead – Part 3: Randy & Shay

I’m concluding today’s Film is Not Dead extravaganza with my favourite couple from the shoot out. How cool are these two?

Randy is wearing slacks by Calvin Klein, shirt from Shirt Express and a vest from Flashbacks thrift store (Encinitas).

Shay is wearing a dress and headband, both found at  Flashbacks thrift store (Encinitas).

And finally – all three gorgeous couples in one group shot. Love it!

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Film is not Dead – Part 2: Braedon & Lindsay

Check out couple number 2 in today’s bumper Film is Not Dead feature – Braedon & Lindsay.

Lindsay is wearing a vintage dress and a brooch (worn in her hair) from Long Beach Flea Market which came to the grand total of less than $30 together!

Braedon is wearing a  J. Lindeberg suit, a shirt from Trovata and a vintage bowtie.

Don’t forget to stop by again later for our 3rd and final couple.

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Film is not Dead – Part 1: Stacey & Chris

I’ve got a bit of a triple hitter for you today – a feature in 3 parts. I was sent some images by Jonathan Canlas that he took at one of his world renowned photography workshops entitled Film is Not Dead, which was held last month in San Diego. He sent over shots of 3 equally gorgeous and totally Rock n Roll couples so I’m going to feature them all. Here we go with couple number one – Stacey & Chris.

Stacey is wearing Halogen cardigan from Nordstrom, a vintage dress found in San Francisco for $15, J.Crew hair clip, Forever21 bracelet, Vaneli shoes from Nordstrom.

Chris is wearing a Zara suit, J.Crew shirt and tie, Kenneth Cole tie clip, Aldo shoes.

Pop by later for gorgeous couple number 2 & 3!

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The Music Sounds Better With You

I featured Ali & Dean’s London engagement sesh a while back, and even then I knew their wedding would be totally Rock n Roll. Both of them are in bands and so music was a huge part of their day. The bride walked down the aisle to ‘November Rain’ and their tables were all named after their favourite bands. The day even finished with the pair playing a ‘first set’ on stage to all their guests instead of having a first dance.

Personal and unique touches were added throughout to give the day a perfectly ‘them’ vibe including using their own VW camper van as transport, the profiterole topped cheesecake instead of a traditional cake and the Groom’s 1960’s vintage suit.

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