Tag Archives: New York

Revival

Vintage cameras are all the rage right now. I’ve seen them used as props in various engagement and wedding day shoots. However, New Yorker Robert Christian Malmberg has taken it one step further, by reviving a photographic technique popular in the 19th Century.  He uses is own Bellows camera and ‘wet plate collodion’ to create the effect you see below.  His thinking is to make timeless images that contemporary Brides will love.

Thanks so much to Robert for sharing his gorgeous and totally unique images.

Credit: Robert Christian Malmberg

Love From New York

There’s some gorgeous 1920’s style right here, but my favourite detail of this wedding? The canvas painting guest book. “What the..?” I hear you cry.  Well Aaron proposed to Caitlin in NYC sguests were assigned a number which corresponded with a square on the ‘big apple’ painting. Everyone then painted their individual square and by the end of the night…. the canvas was complete.  Cute huh?

Credit: Amiee Howell Photography

One Big Party

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Aly & Elroi’s wedding was described by the couple as ‘one of the most magical days of our lives’ A day filled with such a fun party vibe and one where all their friends and family pulled together to help them achieve the wedding of their dreams.

Just a few examples of their amazing friends who helped out include, both their outfit’s being made by a friend of theirs who lives in New York and another friend made and travelled with their amazing wedding cake all the way from Texas! They had another friend cater for them and some other friends who made the invitations.

Funny and persoanal anecdotes are what makes wedding like this great, and Aly spoke about their impromptu (and hilarious) bridal shower…
So, I went to the coffee shop to meet them, got my coffee, sat down and realized that everyone was being weirdly quiet as I babbled and babbled. So, I stopped and was like, “What’s going on? Why aren’t y’all so quiet?” And my friend Lindsey says, “Well, I’m just going to tell you. You’re kidnapped.”
“Huh?”

Danielle, my MOH, shouts “Get in the car. I’m not gonna tell you twice!” (She was trying to be tough-sounding in a hilarious way.)

So I was handed a clue that I had to decipher to tell them where we were going to. I was like, “Wait- you’re kidnapping me but I have to tell you where to take me?”

Danielle: “Don’t ask questions!” Ha!

So I figured out that the place the clue was talking about was the place Elroi proposed. So we went there and took pictures that would be left as a clue for Elroi, who has also unknowingly been kidnapped from our house by his side of the wedding party.

(Side note: Elroi was actually kidnapped right in the middle of washing our dogs. So, Danielle’s boyfriend who had been helping at the house took over dog-washing duties. As El’s friends were leaving with him, Macauley, our rascally cake-maker instructed Danielle’s boyfriend to just “wash as many dogs as you can.”

Every time I solved a clue, I got a present–so it was also like a surprise shower. I couldn’t believe I didn’t know anything about it and I felt so loved that all these people would plan something so elaborate and fun for us.

Thanks to Aly & Elroi for sharing their gorgeous wedding and story!

Credit: Our Labor Of Love

Don’t Stop Me Now…

Is it a bit ridiculous to post two MangoRED weddings in two days? Oh well, just call me their biggest fan/stalker/personal blogging PA!
When the guys were over in the USA the also had time to stop by NYC and shoot this gorgeous couple! 

Seriously, you blow. me. away!

Credit: MangoRED

Sarah Sloboda *is* Rock n Roll!

Sarah Sloboda is a fabulously ‘rock n roll style’ photographer from NYC who I have had the pleasure of featuring before. So when she send me this newest wedding of hers I quite frankly jumped at the chance of getting them up here.  Again with the sweet, simple and perfectly personal weddings!
For more of this wedding check out Sarah’s blog & Flickr (please do not use without permission)

Credit: Sarah Sloboda