As soon as I clapped eyes on this wedding I knew I wanted to share it, so straight away I emailed the photographer who promptly got back to me saying as soon as she arrived to shoot this wedding she knew she’d want me to feature it! How great it that? This post is clearly meant to be!
Jessi & Sean were married in at a park in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
They wanted a different, unique, fun and green wedding and they certainly achieved that. Pretty much the whole wedding party drove down to the wedding in their vintage vespa scooters and instead of rings, the couple exchanged stamps in the place for their matching tattoos to go.
I am totally crazy about the portraits of the Bride - so sexy, almost 50′s peep show gorgeous!
Thanks for sending these my way Solaria – I’m so glad we thought of each other!
This may possibly be my favourite wedding video ever, because not only do the people in it seem like the kind of people I would love to hang out with and the whole wedding looks like it was a blast, but because the video just made me happy! I felt like I was watching the opening of a movie I had been dying to see for ages.
The video begins with a introduction from the Groom over scenes of the wedding (who by the way, has one of those amazing voices that just beg to be listened to) which then merges into what I can only liken to the the opening of a really amazing film. I actually wanted to get up and dance while I was watching this!
The Bride, Kate is going to send me her wedding photographs too, which I can’t wait to share, but I just had to get this video out there straight away. Seriously, you guys rock!
OK I am officially blown away by this couple and this wedding. It bright and it’s fun and it looks like a wedding I would have loved to be at!
Nicola & Ben got hitched at Tithe Barn, Hampshire and did as much DIY as was feasible. This included all the invites, the favours, the decorations (yes, Martha Pom Poms… all 450 of them!), the table plan, the order of the day booklets…
Nicola says It was well worth the extra effort when we saw all our hard work come together on the day and I have to agree – the result is quite frankly spectacular, gorgeous and inspiring,. Plus I am sooo jealous of Nicola’s amazing Candy Anthony dress & petticoat (and her veil which she made herself for the grand total of £1.50!)
The couple also had a cine film wedding video that I can’t wait to see (and share with you of course) when they get it back.
Sara & Matt may have been married during Hurricane Hannah on but that certainly didn’t dampen their spirits! The couple both looked uber stylish in their custom made outfits – Sara’s dress was by Mary Adams, an incredible dressmaker based in Brooklyn and Matt’s suit was made for him by UK company Addison & Steele.
For our April wedding we were adamant that we did not want an outdoor affair (I was scared of the possibility of the dreaded April Showers)however the hurricane didn’t seem to ruin anything for Sara, Matt and their al fresco celebration!
ps I do not know what the smoking lobster is all about, but I do love him!