I love Dixie Pixel…but you already know that! How cute are this couple? I love the tissue paper flowers. Tara describes this wedding as ‘the ultimate DIY wedding’ I love it..we all love a bit of DIY right?
Credit: Dixie Pixel
I promised you I had more of Cameron Ingalls’ photography to share with you, and this wedding is sure not to disappoint. From the pink parasol to the Martha Stewart pom poms and the pink flamingos(!), there’s nothing about this wedding I don’t absolutely adore!
There’s a little bit of Holga love in there too..I know some of you are massive fans…
Credit: Cameron Ingalls
I’ve been chatting to Helen, the Bride in these fabulous Rosie Parson photographs. In one of her emails she send me the link to her wedding…wooohooo! As soon as I clapped eyes on these photographs I knew I’d seen this amazing wedding before (I’m thinking maybe on Offbeat Bride) and I’m guessing many of you will have had the joy of them already too..however I see no harm in sharing the gorgeousness just in case some of you haven’t had the pleasure of this amazing looking wedding. If anything I certainly wasn’t aware that this was a UK wedding – gives me hope that there are flippin’ awesome weddings happening all over the UK I just don’t know about them yet! (don’t worry my wonderful US readers, I will always love you too!)
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Credit: Paul Whitfield
Credit: World Image Weddings
I am really trying this new thing where I blog less because I’m starting to get blogger’s guilt for not giving each post enough time at the top spot..however it is really really hard for me…I keep finding all this stuff and arrrgh I feel the need to share! What do you guys think? From your survey responses, most of you wanted as many posts as possible…
Anyway, after you see this I’m sure you will forgive me, look at these cute little cakes! The Bride Kylene, a photographer herself, decided against traditional floral arrangements in favour of centrepieces with much more flavour (omg I hate myself for actually writing that but I actually couldn’t resist!)
This is such a great and tasty idea – plus when they cut their cake they asked the longest married couple on each table to cut each individual cake..it’s just so sweet (literally)
I have actually surpassed myself in this post with the edible quips so I’m just going to share the photographs now before you start to hate me!
For more images from this wedding head on over here
…And here’s the third and final installment from W. Scott Chester. I chose this one because I am in actual love with the location of this one. It’s stunning.