Ali wore her best friend’s dress for her photo shoot with Carey Shaw; a knee length, sweetheart, corduroy detailed dress which was perfect for Lara’s city hall wedding and even more perfect for this soft, beautiful shoot.
Thanks to Carey for sharing her images and Ali’s story.
Credit: Carey Shaw
I got sent a great photo session and a sweet sweet story from photographer Heather Kincaid yesterday and I just had to share.
About a month ago I received an email from Amanda asking if I was available “for a photo shoot the last week of July.” Kind of a cryptic email… Having already shot their engagement session last year, I knew it wasn’t for that. So I had no clue what she was talking about. In a second email she revealed that she and Viet were planning to get married at the courthouse– just the two of them — and wanted me to come along to document their very intimate wedding day. I was so surprised! They made the decision that after eight years of being together, they didn’t want to wait any longer to be husband and wife and decided that on July 27th, their eight-year anniversary, they would make it official. It would be just the two of them making their commitment and celebrating their love for one another.
Credit: Heather Kincaid
Katie & Tim’s rustic railroad wedding is totally adorable and you are going to love these. I am crazy about Katie’s red tipped, polka-dotty cute tea dress (by Stephanie James Couture), their colour coordinated cupcakes and her faux flower and red feather bouquet (also made by Stephanie James Couture.) Swoooooonworthy indeed
Credit: Emily Takes Photos
Hurrah! Part two of Caroline Ghetes’ amazing vintage inspired bridal sessions is live! This second installment has a much more modern twist to it as Caroline wanted to show how vintage fashion can work in super modern, urban suroundings. She scoured Etsy for the majority of the gorgeous pieces to go in this shoot. The ever so popular 50’s style tea dress was from ghmarketplace, the sparkly tulle veil was handmade with vintage material from the 1940’s by Liaison, the pink and the peacock hairpieces were by Chamberry Cherry and finally the dramatic bouquet was actually made by Caroline herself.
(Just in case you missed it, Part one is here)
Vendors involved in the shoot included:
Baroque And Roll
Thanks again to Caroline for sharing these with us. I am waiting with baited breath for the third and final installment!