Tracey & Paul had an amazingly colourful wedding last week and I am so excited that the photographer, Otto Schulze, has sent them to me to share with you all. I just love all the button bouquets out there at the moment – so cute and they last forever too…bonus! These ones were made by Etsy seller Really Bad Kitty.
The colourful details in this wedding make me smile and the button theme has been continued throughout – how many can you spot!? The wedding was expertly planned and by Table 6 Productions and Delilah’s Flowers of Denver did all the amazing real flowers!
Credit: Otto Schulze Photographers
This sounds like a wedding I am going to love! The wedding will be taking place in July (eek, so soon) and the couple have planned to do everything themselves from from making the decorations, Jenn’s veil and even baking their own cakes – proper DIY! The theme they are going with will be based on “vintage vacation”, with a western cowboy twist..I can’t wait!
Jenn is also a photographer herself, so be sure to check out her blog & etsy site too!
Credit: Patrick Williams of PWP Studio
As soon as this wedding landed in my inbox, alongside a lovely message from Christine saying she’d shot this wedding with Rock n Roll Bride in mind…well I was sold. Not least due to some of the most amazing flowers I have ever seen! Seriously, these are some of the best diy florals I have ever seen. The were put together by the Bride’s aunt – she definatly needs to go into the flower business!
The dress was made by Igigi and the Bride’s hairpeice by Etsy seller Smitten.
Credit: Christine Tremoulet & Elaine Mesker-Garcia for Christine Tremoulet (smaller, vintagey, TTV images)
Where did you get engaged? I bet it was the most amazing experience of your life so far (unless you are married already in which case the wedding will have been right?!) Getting proposed to was the most romantic experience for me – sat by a river, over a disposable BBQ, a little bit drunk on relatively cheap wine…it didn’t matter though! He had planned it, he had bought me a ring and he asked me to marry him!
Jen was proposed to at the Golden Arches aka McDonald’s…and I bet for her she wouldn’t have changed it either! Plus, it had make for some pretty darn fabulous engagement shots, reenacting the proposal story (Jen actually said to me she will send me more soon but I am a very naughty little blogger and I couldn’t wait!)
PS and on a completely different note, I just made my first Etsy purchase..I am so excited and even more so because the seller has agreed to donate an item for a new Rock n Roll Bride contest sooooon (I’m keeping it under wraps for now..you will have to wait to find out who hehe – but I’m telling you, you will love this one!)