It’s nice to break away from all the weddingness sometimes and just spend some time enjoying some non wedding inspiration and Taylor’s senior portraits fall smack bang into this category. I’m sure it’s pretty obvious why I love these – the colours, the contrast and her gorgeous retro rockabilly style – she has got that pin up thing down to a tee with her fluttering eyelashes and her matt, crimson lips. Can you believe this gal is only 18!?
Don’t these guys look great together!? I’m not one to make any big statement about the ‘multi-racial’ coupling of these two, because clearly it’s a non-issue, but what I do love is how picture-perfect they are as a pair – his dark skin next to hers really makes the photographs come alive and gives the images an added depth somehow. Ahh love!
Part three of Caroline Ghetes’ modern vintage bridal sessions landed on my online lap this afternoon and it’s a corker. This final installment has much more of a country feel – the shed, the field, the horses, the cowboy boots, the rustic, casual florals (made by Caroline herself!) – but that doesn’t stop me from having a hell lotta love for them.
I’m well aware it’s very unlike me to blog so little on a Monday but I have been a bit of a busy bee today. Please forgive me and fret not because Janel & Jim’s ‘retro italian’ wedding is here y’all! (I don’t know where that ‘y’all’ came from either)
The couple continued to rock their awesome kitch/rockabilly style whist still managing to pull of a pretty damn elegant wedding. The dog was of course there being his cutie-pie self and the styling was second to none. From the vintage vespas (again) to the retro suitcase, from the kinky killer heels to the merrygoround – this wedding is one of pure rock n roll class.