Although Tiffany & Alan are technically already married, they never had a ‘proper’ wedding and so decided they needed to do it all again – only this time better! The couple, who already have a 4 month old baby (you would never guess after looking at the teeny tiny Tiffany – erm wow hot mama!) will be re-tying the knot next month and I can not wait to see the results!
When photographer Meghan described Kristine & Robert’s engagement session as 1950s nostalgia infused with silliness and some romance and style as well I was hooked! What a fabulous combination and what rock n roll cool these are!
Oh..just wow. As soon as I laid eyes on Cameron & Mike I knew I had to feature them on Rock n Roll Bride. Can you blame me?
Cameron looked just like a movie star and Mike looks so in love it can’t help but make me smile! Mike, a tattoo artist in Florida even proposed to Cameron by tattooing ‘Will You Marry Me?’ on his chest? Freakin’ awesome or what?! That’s some serious commitment – he must have been pretty sure she would say yes!
Erika & Chris tied the knot at Salt Lake’s legendary Ruth’s Diner which is now owned by Erika’s parents. The diner had never hosted a wedding before but suited the couple’s laid back, rock n roll style down to the ground. Dispite living in relatively conservative Utah, it would seem that nearly every tattooed kid in the State was in attendance – from tattoo artists to punk rockers!
So I received a link to this amazing lifestyle style engagement session last week and I have been waiting with baited breath all week to share them with you! I love the concept. It’s like a day in the life of…series. It really reminds me of that Brangelina W Magazine shoot. It’s got a great 1950′s vibe to it all. Either way it’s flipping gorgeous and Sabina & Andres make for fantastic models.
Thanks to Molly & Matt for sharing this awesome set exclusively with us!
Credit: Mathieu Photography
Tara & Tom’s rock ‘n roll 1950′s styleee engagements are just awesome! The records, the old plane, the balloons… Photographer Sarah expressed concern to me that I’d featured some similar images recently, so I immediately pointed her in the direction of this post.
I have much love for these, thanks for sharing Sarah!
Credit: Labour Of Love Photography