Some may say I blog too much…and I know I do, but come on I have to share stuff like this! The tattoos, the veil, the cute dress, the old school style…love love love
From photographer Katherine:
Naomi and Ian were married at The Old School on East 11th street, it’s a historical home owned by the documentary photographer Alan Pogue and his wife. It’s an incredible house with a porch and tall ceilings and filled with Alan’s powerfully beautiful black and white photographs.
The groom and his friends set up the stage for the ceremony then got ready at Verde Camp.
Though it was a stormy day, the rain stopped in time for the ceremony and held off for a beautiful outdoor dinner and dancing to Ian and his friends music.
A huge thank you to Katherine O’Brien for sharing these with me..I am in LOVE!
Credit: Katherine O’Brien
The way to my heart is to send me tattooed Brides! How lucky am I? Chelsea Nicole did just that and there’s no way I can say no to a little blog post.
Credit: Chelsea Nicole
As ‘The Definition of Rad’, photographer Jeff Newsom sets him self up for a fall right? Well actually no..I’m pretty sure there aren’t many things as rad as these…
I have too much love for these my friends.
Credit: Jeff Newsom
I’m on a (rock n) roll and I ain’t stopping, especially with these photographs to share – I know you are gonna go crazy over them (yeah I say that a lot but it’s really really true a lot.)
Remember this ridiculously fabulous movie credit style wedding video? The one with the Groom with his sexy voice and the Bride with her awesome tattoos? Sure you do!
Well the couple just got their wedding photographs back and Kate sent them straight over to me..woop woop! I didn’t think it possible after seeing their video, but the photographs are just as fantastic and they really make them look like total rock stars – seriously the most awesomely tattooed couple I’ve ever had the pleasure of blogging!
The couple did a lot of DIY to make their wedding totally their own…
We made all of our centerpieces out of vinyl records, and my husband hand painted/water-colored all of our table numbers. Our favors were temporary tattoos, and then a some of our friends that are also artists, painted “wedding related” pieces and we made them into stickers. We also built the altar.
Clicky here fore more (164 images!) Unfortunatly too many for even me to post!
The couple also have a watercolour and jewellery etsy store which you really must check out too. OK on to the good stuff!
Credit: Kriech-Higdon Photography
Jenna Cole is one of my best online friends. I met her what feels like a lifetime ago when we were both planning our weddings, through her blog That Bride. Once she got married she became That Wife and now is even a photographer herself! I have been dying for share some of her work with you for a while but have definitely been waiting for the best rock n roll style photo shoot…and I think I’ve got it don’t you?
Aviators, a cigar, birdcage veil, DIY wheat bouquet, tattoo…you name it this shoot has got it (even a tarantula for crying out loud – click here for that, I refuse to put a taruntulas on here! <shudder>)
Credit: Jenna Cole Photography
When Fox & Freddy (seriously, how rock n roll can you get!?) got married they felt their photographs really didn’t represent who they really were. So 6 years down the line their friend and photographer Joy Wilson offered to do a super cool fake wedding shoot for them so they could have all the funk they deserved! Joy even went so far as to head off to a fabric store and fashion Fox’s ridiculously gorgeous dress using a plethora of stunningly coloured tulle’s and a lot of safety pins – she also made the one of a kind bouquet…multi talented you might say!
These are spectacular…and oh my God I want that dress!