Boy oh boy…I have to say there is a hell lot of wedding awesomeness flying in and around my inbox this week. I have been inundated with so many emails of gorgeousness that it really has been hard to keep up. Fret not though as I do plan on blogging all of the beauty at some point!
Right now, well what can I say that could possibly live up to these? The very lovely Rosalie of the Tea and Whimsy blog booked my buddy David McNeil for her wedding to Jamie last month. She has gone over all the details, budget saving tricks (they only spent about £4000/$6000 on the whole thing!) and DIY gems on her site, but I’m just here to share the swoonfest that is these photographs…oh and to draw your attention to her freakin’ awesome bouquet! Yes those are real (dyed) roses!
Lucky Monica & Peter had two wedding days. First up they had a simple and intimate ceremony at City Hall NYC with just close friends and family, followed a few days later by a reception at Tribeca Grand Hotel and a super funky evening party at the uber cool Japanese-neon-pop culture-manga- inspired Tokyo Bar (erm hello I need to go here!) with about 60 guests.
Oh how I adore Sloan Photographers. I really really do. I say that a lot and about a lot of people but come on…these are way too amazing for words!
As soon as I saw Tiphany & Jamie’s wedding I was right on to getting these bad boys featured on Rock n Roll Bride. Lucky for me (and you!) the guys were ever so happy to oblige and here we have it. What I love the most is that the bride in in yellow Converse! No uncomfortable shoes for her. If this isn’t rock n roll then quite frankly I don’t know what is.
MangoRED are awesome. I have loved them forever and I’m sure I always will. This is why…so so dreamy!
Thanks to Ryan for sending me these.
Lisa & Geoff are awesome. So awesome in fact that my friends over at 100 Layer Cake also realised their awesomeness and have blogged their entire wedding over on their site today. Right here though I’m all about their amazing day after shoot at The California State Fair. I’m pretty sure the fairground photo shoot sinario is one I’m not going to tire of easily – so much colour and fun!
Thanks to the lovely Sarah for sending these in and thanks to Jillian over at 100 Layer Cake for working with me on this feature – be sure to go check out their post asap!
I am absolutely crazy in love with Jessica & Dave’s retro rockabilly wedding! Not wanting to stick to tradition, Jessica & proposed to Dave over a jungle themed cake! She explained:
We had actually had no plans of ever getting married, but a few things changed and my views on the whole institution of marriage softened a bit. I knew that I wanted to get married, but I had no idea how I was going to bring up the subject, so it just happened sort of spur of the moment. One day we were watching Ace of Cakes, and they were making a jungle themed cake. I studied lemurs in the rainforest of Madagascar, so I turned to Dave and said “Will you get a cake with two lemurs on top of it with me?” and he said something to the effect of “What, wait, huh? Why? Are you asking me to marry you?” and I said “yes!”