Also at our wedding was my good friend David Mcneil – at that time just toying with the idea of getting into wedding photography…he took some pretty wicked snaps too, in a totally different style to our official wedding photographers. It was awesome to see the wedding in two completely different ways. Here are a select few of his amazing pictures..
The time has come..I’m going to start the huge job of attempting to rebuild the old blog after my genuis skillz at deleted the blogspot site. The posts will no doubt be briefer than before, as not only has the tempo and direction of Rock n Roll Bride moved on since these old posts but also it’s going to take hella long time – just the best of the best will make the new and improved Rock n Roll Bride!
Let’s start with the stuff surrounding our own wedding, back in April 2008 – shall I re-do the wedding report I wrote? If you want it I can re-post it as I managed to recover a lot of the text on the old blog. But right now I’ll just begin with some of our favourite photographs from the day taken by our fabulous wedding photographers English Rose Weddings.
Argh I can’t remember why I saved these pictures or but the watermark tells me I got them from Tinywater Photography…thing is I saved them before I deleted the old blog and didn’t get the chance to post them…they are just too damn fab not to right?
If anyone can shed any light I will add more info..I just love them though. Gorgeous.
One of my oldest friends Jon got married in October to Lucy. It was a gorgeous autumn day full of laughter and fun. My good friend David M McNeil did the wedding photography and aren’t they fab!?
I have posted about David’s work many a-time (on the old site – sigh) but I will never tire of doing so, he constantly surprises me with his amazing talent and no two weddings he shoots ever turn out the same. I will endeavour to re-post some of David’s work asap as anyone who hasn’t seen it is surely missing out!
The wedding was a DIY affair, it was very important to the Bride and Groom that they did things the way they wanted not the way everybody told them to! They are both very eco-conscious and took this into account with everything they planned.
I featured Abigail & Michael’s DIY, photoboothy wedding a while back on the old Rock ‘n Roll Bride, yet I have since discovered a plethora of many many more gorgeous pictures – and it’s only fair to share share share!
I love the Bride’s dress and style- its so cute and fun and sparkly! It is actually a prom dress and only cost $470!
The couple tried to do everything themselves – from the food to the flower arrangements, bouquets, boutonnieres, centerpieces, guestbook, decorations, bar, signature drinks, music playlists, favors and programs (Phew!)
Regular readers will know I am slightly obsessed with Brides with tattoos so their is simply no way I could not post these pictures! Don’t you just adore th 50s style of it all?