This dress is just gorgeous! It’s a 1930’s creation with a black silk bodice and a full organza skirt – it’s just so floaty and princessy. I adore dropped waisted numbers don’t you?
This is one of my favourite of the brand new weddings I’ve found (do I say that a lot? oh well!) The couple did nearly everything themselves from the invitations (classy and elegant) to the ceremony and reception flowers to the decorations, and even so far as organizing for all of the men’s suits to be made by a fantastic tailor they found on a trip to Vietnam (via email in broken English!)
I am a little bit (no make that a lot) in love with the Bride’s hair do and veil – how very glamorous… She looks like a movie star of the 40′s!
This is the epitome of a Rock ‘n Roll Wedding (that’s the second time I’ve used the word epitome today..oops make that three!)
The photographer, Josh McCullock said of this fabulous wedding..
“Cody and Jenn both love art and music, good food and drink and having a great time with their friends and family…and thats exactly what their wedding day was! I remember in our consultation when Jenn tried to explain her vision to me, half way through I said ” I’ll be there, even if I’m not the photographer!”
It was the most fun I’ve had in a looong time.So here’s how it worked… They invited all their guests to a concert, told them to wear their concert t-shirts and come ready to have a good time. Grandpa Griffith and Lisa Curlbrought the thunder with their hilarious musical stylings. They tied the knot right in the middle of the concert. There was even a feature song written just for them performed by Lisa Curl and GG lead singer Aaron Copeland. In the true sense of celebration, the ceremony included a free for all dance time where guests were invited up to the stage to cut loose. “
Oh and I am just a little bit in love with the Granny’s rocking out in their Dixie Chicks T-shirts!
I’m finding it difficult to describe what I want to write these pictures. They’re just so breathtaking, simple, classy and serene yet with a hint of rock ‘n roll! The Bride is a gorgeous epitomization of loveliness – I’m ever so slightly transfixed by her! I just love these shots by Azuree Witala..beautiful