There is something about balloons in bridal shoots..I just can’t get enough of them and they always make me smile!
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A huge thanks to Erin for sending these my way!
Credit: Erin Gilmore
I guess it must have been pretty obvious to everyone just how much I loved MangoRED as I have now been sent some more amazing photography exported from The Philippines, from Rock n Roll Bride reader, Cely.
What I really love about the photography that seems to be emerging from The Philippines is that it is so different to the work I see coming out of Britain or The States at the moment. The use of light in undoubtedly different in these photographs, maybe because the light literally is so different over there? Who knows, all I know is I am so happy to be able to share the work of MangoRED and Pat Dy with you, and that I most defiantly like it!
Again it is impossible for me to choose just one of Pat Dy’s weddings…so stand by for a bit of a love fest.
First up a Star Wars wedding…who says you can’t be gorgeous and geeky!?
You were right Amanda…these most defiantly are right up my street! I don’t know the proper technical term for it (maybe one of you photographic genius’ could help me out so I don’t feel like such a dummy!?) but I am loving the overall tone and hues used in all these images and they have an almost serene feel to them because of it. I guess I can’t explain it very well, but what I’m trying to say is that these are just so so so beautiful and I like them a lot!
Credit: Matthew Miller/The 5 Mile Grace
As I’m now back from our mini marriversary break, I figured I may as well be back with a posting-vengeance. Gareth is in the garden attempting to mow the lawn with an inherited, half lethal, slightly sparking lawnmower (thanks Mum) so to calm my nerves I may as well mow my way through this digital stack stuff in my ‘to blog’ list…seriously, I do have a list and it’s a long one!
I get sent a lot of engagement sessions and I don’t tend to post all off them as firstly there are so damn many (!) and secondly they can all end up looking a bit ‘same same’. However when Emma sent these my way at the back end of last week, I knew I would share them with you. All I can think about when I look at these is how blatant it is that this couple are head over heels in love with each other! That doesn’t always come across in some of the photographs I see…but with these there’s no doubt in my mind. Oh Christ, look how soppy I’m getting in my old age!
I must also send you in the direction of another engagement session by the photographer behind these images, Daley Hake, for one main reason..this yellow balloon!
Thanks so much Emma & Tim, and good luck with all your wedding planning…I will be expecting to see some amazing wedding photographs in September!
Credit: Daley Hake
Hey Hey…I am back, did you miss meeeee?! We had a fabulous (and very fancy) time in Brighton this weekend, our hotel was ridiculously posh and we got it all for free (including two 3 course dinners which totaled more than we would spend on food shopping in a month!) I am surprised they even let us in with my pink mop and Gareth’s j-rock do…
Thought I’d come back with a bang and share this fantastic wedding I have been dying to get out there as soon as I found a few of the images on flickr…I was forced to wait however as the photographer, Phaedra had not yet finished editing them all. I’m glad I did though because now they are even better than when I first saw them. This rockabilly style just makes me swoon…and it’s all PINK!
What is also brilliant about this wedding is that almost everything was handmade by local (Californian) artists, Phaedra was kind enough to share some of these with me…
A few details about the wedding- the theme was 1940’s Rockabilly, and just about everything was handmade custom by local artists. The ladies’ attire was made by Debbie Carper (209-656-9334) from Denair, California. The tuxes and men’s shoes were by MX Tux in Merced (209-722-3388). The cakes were custom designed and made by Christy Lobao of Hilmar, California. (209-233-1991). The flowers were made by the Pitman High Agricultural Department (209-602-1146). I made playbill style wedding programs for them.. and my team photographed the wedding (www.phaedraphotography.com) The hair and make-up was done by Amber Tucker (209-324-3239) I’ve seen Amber’s work a few times now and I’m switching hairdressers! The woman can pull off anything!
For the rest of this wedding, check out Phaedra’s Flickrstream
Credit: Phaedra Photography