Although I officially started Rock n Roll Bride in 2007 when I was planning our wedding, it is really only in the last few months that it has gained momentum and really taken off. I was going though my back catalogue today and I realised that I have posted so many amazing weddings that may not ever be seen my new readers. This is a travesty indeed as some of these amazing weddings don’t even have any comments. So behold – my top 20 old posts that you simple must go back and see…
Oh how I adore Sloan Photographers. I really really do. I say that a lot and about a lot of people but come on…these are way too amazing for words!
As soon as I saw Tiphany & Jamie’s wedding I was right on to getting these bad boys featured on Rock n Roll Bride. Lucky for me (and you!) the guys were ever so happy to oblige and here we have it. What I love the most is that the bride in in yellow Converse! No uncomfortable shoes for her. If this isn’t rock n roll then quite frankly I don’t know what is.
I wish we’d had a wedding video…what a beautiful love story! I really really reeeeally love the vintagey feel, the must and the stop frame animation of the opening. Makes me want to go watch a silent movie.
Thanks to the ever lovely Alan for sending this in
As you may have noticed I’ve tweeked the layout of the posts slightly this week. Now, you’ll just get one preview image for each article and if you want to see the rest you just need to click ‘read the the rest of this entry’. The idea behind it is to not only make the front page look a lot cleaner, but it means the pages will load a lot faster. My hubby/web designer was trying to make me cut down on how many images I posted to compensate for the slow page load time – now that wasn’t gonna happen was it!? What do you think of the new style?
Apart from that don’t forget that the awesome TokyoMade contest is still open. You have until tomorrow to tell me which right if your favourite and why. Come on, you know you want it!
That’s all I really have to report around Rock n Roll Bride HQ right now..let’s see what the rest of blog land has been up to this week shall we?
Check out this beautiful vibrant blur by One Love Photo. Indian wedding are always full of such awesome colours but I’ve never seen one photographed quite like this. Photographer Jon shot these with a homemade lens. I didn’t even know it was possible to make homemade lenses..erm wow!