Wow, I appear to have a lot to blog today..I apologise if I’m keeping you longer than usual (or spamming up you RSS lovelies inbox’s with all the updates!)
But come on..I found pretty pretties like this over the weekend!
(I’ve literally got about 6 more posts worth today..I may have to spread them out a bit so you don’t get sick of me!)
Credit: Joshua Black Wilkins Photography
This sounds like a wedding I am going to love! The wedding will be taking place in July (eek, so soon) and the couple have planned to do everything themselves from from making the decorations, Jenn’s veil and even baking their own cakes – proper DIY! The theme they are going with will be based on “vintage vacation”, with a western cowboy twist..I can’t wait!
Jenn is also a photographer herself, so be sure to check out her blog & etsy site too!
Credit: Patrick Williams of PWP Studio
These landed in my inbox approximatly 20 minutes ago and as soon as I laid eyes on them I emailed the photographer Natasha back saying “omg I have to have these!” I think it’s pretty obvious why right?!
The wedding took place in glorious and uber stylish San Francisco. The Bride is in fact a fashion designer and can’t you tell from her amazing dress/shurg/shoe combo…and a Groom with black nail varnish? Rock and Rooooll!
Credit: Choco Studio Photography
Just one more for today I think, lets end the day with some sexy, retro glamour shall we? Boudoir shoots are flirty, fun, sexy, confidence-building and a fabulous gift to your hubby-to-be (and yourself for that matter!) so if you’ve been thinking about it then I say go for it!
See you tomorrow you gorgeous people
Credit: Imaginative Studios
One hella sexy dress + one subtly placed tattoo on show = Rock n Roll Bride!
Credit: Pat Dy
Today I have been thinking about new tattoos…and images such as this make me really really want to come up with a design, like now! Any budding artistes out there about to give me a helping hand? I have ideas but I’m no artist myself!
Aaaanyway..love this. It Rocks.
Credit: Leigh Taylor Photography