Whoa what a lot of votes we’ve had for the Tinywater contest winners so far! That is amazing – and only 1 day down!
I held off posting yesterday to give the voting the best chance at the top spot so I now have some catching up to do. Check out this Anglo-American wedding, where the American Groom even did the right thing and asked the Bride’s parents permission to ask for their daughter’s hand in marriage. Cute!
Thanks to Solaria for sharing this wedding.
Credit: Photography by Solaria
Last post for today… this just landed in my inbox and oooh how pretty and fun these are. Anthea & Andrew started their wedding celebrations with a low key country style rehearsal meal complete with Anthea in a super cute gingham print dress, which lead nicely in to their vintage style wedding day, where Andrea’s personal sense of style took centre stage again. Her beautiful dress was re-created from her Mother’s wedding dress, and who can’t but smile when they see the photographs of the couple with the crazy straw-glasses!?
Jessica, these are fabulous. Thank you so much for sharing!
ps tonight is your last chance to get involved with the Tinywater contest. I have the near-impossible task of choosing only 3 finalists now..eeek it’s going to be really hard! Come back tomorrow to see who I pick, and to vote for your favourites to win!
Credit: Jessica Purvis Photography
One of the perks of my ‘job’ as a blogger is that I get to meet so many fabulous photographers, not only online but in real life (seriously I do leave my computer sometimes.) A few weeks ago I arranged a mass meet up of some of the best London-based photographers and was lucky enough to meet Russian born Zhanna Malaya. Now finally I get to share some of her stunning images with you. There is something about those Russians – their photography always looks so cutting edge, fresh and clean..I adore it, and I adore this cute cute couple.
Credit: Zhanna Malaya
Rock n Roll Bride seems to be going all continental today, Ukrainian photographer Nikolay Kucan is up next. Due to the whole language barrier thing I’m afraid I don’t know anything about this wedding, but when Nikolay sent me an email with just a link to these images I still felt them worthy of a post.
I love her cute short/long dress, the picturesque town location (is it just me or does it almost look like a movie set?!) the fairytale feel of the photographs in the woods and the Bride rocking out with buskers on the street. They look like they had an absolute blast… I only wish I could share more with you.