More snowy posts! Who would have thought there would be so many stunning winter weddings?
For all the details check out the photographer’s post on the day..but a few of my favourite details include:
- The dress was inspired by Dior’s New Look circa 1947, the Bride’s favourite fashion period (and designed by the Bride)
- Through knitted elements and shabby-chic bric-a-brac [they] created a warm, intimate atmosphere
- The favours for the guests doubled as seating cards. Eclectic vintage teacups held the Father of the Bride’s own blend of tea in teabags adorned with handmade commemorative tags.
Credit: Calla Evans Photography
Let me apologise for what I’m about to say right now…but holy shit just check out these photographs and tell me they don’t deserve that potty mouth and more? I am also making it my personal mission to find out the origins of this gorgeous dress! (I have an actual bow obsession)
Edit: The dress is from Ulla-Maija Couture. Thanks Paula!
I’m afraid I don’t have the original credit for this image (if you know it please let me know so I feel like less of a thief) but I feel it to be a very apt addition to the new transport category if the site :o)
Credit: A Wedding Cabaret Thanks Mara!
Edit: I have the proper credit..and more weddingy wonderfulness to share (thanks again Mara my conscience is clear!)
Photo Credit: DeloWedding & Here
It’s not only Brian’s cute grey blow tie that I love about these photographs but it’s a good place to start.
Credit: Rebekah Westover
It’s still snowing here in England.
I am going to sound like a big old killjoy, but it sucks! For me, the novelty has most defiantly worn off…however here’s a sweet looking snowy wedding day that makes the snow a little easier to appreciate.
Credit: Rebekah Westover
This fantastic wedding was sent to me today by the photographer, Tom Filipkowski (I urge you to check out his site for some non-wedding related awesomeness) and <shock horror!> it’s another vow renewal..but I totally forgive this one because the couple’s story is so so sooo lovely and the photographs really really rock!
The couple were actually married 13 years ago (therefore in my eyes this renewal is in the non-lame category) but in their own words, ‘It was lame.’ They got married in a courthouse, had no real ceremony and no photographs – I feel its only fair they got to do it all over again…oh and you want some added awesomeness? They planned the whole thing in just 2 weeks and the dress was from a charity shop and cost just $20!
Just soak these up and prepare to be just a little bit in awe…
Credit: Tom Flip & Flickr