If I had a huge purple balloon like this, I would smile forever…
Clicky here for the rest of the set.
Thank you Caroline & Daniel – I love you guys!
For most of you, your wedding and impending marriage is probably the biggest, most life changing thing you have ever done right? But what happens next?
I’m not talking about the post-wedding depression you might read about elsewhere, but the question that will crop up as soon as you become a Mrs (or Mr!) “So, will we be hearing the pitter patter of teeny tiny feet soon?”
As a newlywed myself (can I still be considered a newlywed after nearly a year!?) I get this question constantly..which is fine, it’s to be expected, but I’m 25 for goodness sake…and I just bought a very fast car (hehe I had to get that one in there!) which although it is roomy is probably not the most suitable form of transport for a child…and I’m all about my cat, Akira right now.
There is loads out there on the world wide web about babies and all the jazz…probably as much as, if not more than stuff about weddings. Yet, as with weddings, you very rarely hear from the man’s perspective. However Marcus is trying to change that. He has just started a blog called Terrified Dad – what a brilliant name! Want to read all about how scary babies are? Well head right over there!
Seriously, babies do terrifyme, and don’t get me started on the whole pregnancy thing…so just to lighten the load I thought I’d better illustrate this post with a the most non-scary photograph I could find..balloons!
Credit: Ophelia Photography
I’ve got an incredible new Australian wedding to share with you now. This was a totally laid back, chilled out, friends catching up affair, a true Aussie fest. Plus the sunset photographs really make me swoon – I love it!
Credit: Matthew Miller
The lovely Robin Roemer from NYC send me this gorgeous wedding and I am so glad she did. Robin has previously worked for MTV and has photographs stars such as Cindy Lauper, Annie Lennox, Katy Perry and Lady GaGa. Robin shot this wedding alongside her partner in crime Elisabeth Millay – aren’t they a great team?
I love all the floral and rustic, yet still delicate and sweet details on the tables used in this wedding..and the balloons, ahh balloons!
Some other little details that might interest you include…
The stunning venue is the the Art Omi in the Catskill Mountains, the Bride’s dress was from Manuel Mota (Pronovias) and her shoes were from J Crew.
Don’t you just love it?
Credit: One Thousand Words