Credit: via .la douleur exquise. (photographer unknown)
Nom nom nom…yum yum yum…and all that. I’ve searched the web so you don’t have to. Savour and enjoy
♥ ‘Love pops up’ in this cute Vegas-style temporary chapel
♥ Blogging: A Community or a Business?
♥ Beards are Epic
♥ She’s so damn inspirational it hurts
♥ Two beautiful brides and two beeeautiful dresses!
♥ Genuine vintage wedding finds
♥ Mel of Milena Organic Hair Studios in Newtown Australia specializes in amazing retro, pin up, rockabilly, rock n roll and generally amazing hair styling! She is offering one lucky Rock n Roll Bride reader a $100 voucher at her uber cool salon. Go check out her website then just drop her an email mentioning Rock n Roll Bride for your chance to snag it!
♥ The lovely lovely Abbey of Sugalily sent me a little gift of love in the post this week! It’s a custom ‘Kat’ necklace from her new range of ‘Tattoo my Heart’ stationary which is launching soon. How cute! I am so excited to have a sneak peak. Thank you Abbey!
Woohoo! It’s my favourite time of the month again…Photo Pro time! I’m still not over the fact that I get to be in a real life magazine. Excitement overload. This month I got to write about one of my favourite types of photography and one of the first photographers I became blogging friends with – Tara Kneiser and the joy that is Holga!
This singer gal and Goth/Industrial/Techno DJ dude has a rockin’ engagement session in a record store, complete with dirty magazines! The couple, who are both into tattoos, piercings and music even opted to show off their art despite the freezing cold day!
Being a real life published writer is such an amazing feeling. I can’t get over that rush I feel seeing my thoughts and ideas in print. I’d like to thank the wonderful Jonas Peterson for being this month’s guinea pig and of course all the guys at Photo Pro Magazine for letting me loose! If you’re in the UK, pop into your local WH Smith and check out the magazine in real life. It’s aces.
Lindsey & Ross certainly have that retro cool thing going on – from their 1950s-esque beach shoot to the 1970s hippy chic garden poses, these guys certainly know how to rock the camera…and the ages.