Although I officially started Rock n Roll Bride in 2007 when I was planning our wedding, it is really only in the last few months that it has gained momentum and really taken off. I was going though my back catalogue today and I realised that I have posted so many amazing weddings that may not ever be seen my new readers. This is a travesty indeed as some of these amazing weddings don’t even have any comments. So behold – my top 20 old posts that you simple must go back and see…
The Bride, Liesl (who is stunning by the way, but you don’t need me to tell you that) wore a piece of her Grandmother’s veil in her hair. Isn’t that just a gorgeous idea. Reminds me of this Bride I featured a while back. Her dress is Monique Lhuillier and the bustle was inspired by a vintage dress she had seen in an old photograph and was made especially for her. I love it!
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Credit: La Vie
I’ve just realised something rather upsetting. When I re-posted all my favourite posts from the old blog, I omitted one of my most favourites from last year! How could I?! I only realised I had committed such a crime when I re-discovered the Bride Amanda’s wonderful blog VintageGlam. This couple and their wedding we’re such an inspiration for our own so I defiantly have to re-post them, like now and if you haven’t seen these before you will be glad I did. Pure vintage, cinematic joy.
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Credit: Jessica Johnston
The time has come..I’m going to start the huge job of attempting to rebuild the old blog after my genuis skillz at deleted the blogspot site. The posts will no doubt be briefer than before, as not only has the tempo and direction of Rock n Roll Bride moved on since these old posts but also it’s going to take hella long time – just the best of the best will make the new and improved Rock n Roll Bride!
Let’s start with the stuff surrounding our own wedding, back in April 2008 – shall I re-do the wedding report I wrote? If you want it I can re-post it as I managed to recover a lot of the text on the old blog. But right now I’ll just begin with some of our favourite photographs from the day taken by our fabulous wedding photographers English Rose Weddings.
Katy and Drew got married on the 16th of August this year in a Philidephia art gallery. They we also married in a local park by one of their friends.
Katy used Etsy to source many items at cost effective prices including these gorgous bridesmaid headpieces. (sorry I don’t know the actual seller boo)