So Michelle & Mike’s engagement sesh was awesome and Michelle’s bridals were totally gorgeous…but you ain’t see nothing yet. Just you check out their wedding!
Their “Rockabilly, car kulture, punk culture, antiques, vintage & neo-traditional design and styling, neo-gothic, country/western, low-brow art, tattoo culture, vintage pin-up/greaser” theme perfectly reflected what they loved and how they live their lives on a daily basis. They were so excited to share this with all their friends and families (and now you Rock n Roll rabble too!)
The whole wedding was perfectly put together and customised by the couple to give the day a truly unique feel. Everything from Michelle’s dress – which she bought as a ‘standard’ dress and had red tulle and the red waist panel added to it and veil – which her Mum made; to the centrepieces – which they made themselves with a mix of antique Coke bottles with sand, red water, a gerbera and curled wood; to the placecards and invitations– which they also made themselves, were unique and interesting.
Be sure to check out the full list of everyone and everything that went into this fabulous wedding after the ‘jump’
Are you ready to see Michelle’s crazy gorgeous bridals? Well my dears you certainly won’t be disappointed!
Be sure to pop back in a few hours to see Michelle & Mike’s incredible wedding. You will LOVE it!
It’s that time of immense excitement for me again, when I finally get to share with you a ‘lil project I’ve been busying myself with behind the scenes. Unbelievably this shoot has been in the pipeline for over a year but it’s only now that I’ve had the time to get it all organised properly!
I first met Eliza Claire just over a year ago at the very first ‘Rock n Roll Bride meet’. We met in a teeny cocktail bar in central London. We drank cosmopolitans and mojitos and talked way into the night about business, photography and changing the face of the UK wedding industry…and look how far we’ve come in only a year! At this first meeting we talked about doing a photo shoot together and would you believe it’s actually taken this long to get it together. However, as always, the wait was so worth it as within the past 12 months we’ve got to know so many more amazing people in the industry, a few of which we asked along to join in the fun.
Be sure to pop by tomorrow to see the final results and full report on my ‘Rock n Romance’ photo shoot…stand by for beach huts, awesome shoes, candy floss, lollipops, a silly little hat and crazy Mad Hatter hair.
Can you tell we had an utter blast?!?!?
Credit: Eliza Claire Photography
You might remember these two from their ‘Coney Island Cool’ engagement session. Well as suspected, their wedding was just as amazing!
Jess & Bryan’s is my favourite kind of wedding. I love the fashion, I love the style, I love the amazing diy touches and the whole chilled out and creative vibe of the day. “We really wanted usto be present in everything that was a part of our day” the couple told me. “We tried to make, and do, as much as we could for our wedding. This meant enlisting the help of our talented and wonderful friends and family to make paper cupcake toppers, straw flags, escort cards, wooden signs and much, much more! We all got together the day before the wedding to set up the entire tent and yard and then relaxed with a night of BBQing and laughing.
For the few outside vendors we did hire, we made sure that we worked with amazingly talented people who obviously care deeply about their craft, like our photographer Lindsey and caterer Kim. Some of the more unique characteristics of our wedding include an outside secular ceremony performed by a former judge and environmental activist, handmade everything, jeans allowed, vegetarian pigs in a blanket, a cotton candy machine, tattoos, mini birthday cakes for special guests and a hand made vintage inspired wedding dress. The best compliments we’ve received about our wedding have been, ‘Best wedding yet!’ and ‘It was so you!’ ”
I flipping LOVE it!
Australian photographer Angelica Peady is currently working on an awesome new concept in wedding-themed photo shoots, ‘I was late to the wedding because…’ After I featured her first shoot …‘Because we were having too much fun at the fair’ Angie wanted to send me the next installment too (hurrah!) and this one, ‘Because the ink wasn’t dry’, is so Rock n Roll Bride it hurts!
Black dress, inked bride, killer colours…hell yes I love this.