My friend Bertie has just started a new blog and has shared this fabulous Vogue photo shoot. Don’t you just love it? It reminds me of a 90’s Vogue shoot…like something Gia, Cindy or Claudia would have modelled for. Beeautiful!
When something grabs me like these have, I can literally feel the excitement bubbling up inside of me…must blog must blog must blog!
OK calm down now Kat, you may well have got a little bit over-excited there.
Credit: Sloan Photographers
Beth and Ian had a London winter wedding. Despite being massively pregnant at the time, I think Beth looks like a celebrity from the 60’s…added to by the fact that she and wore her hair in a beehive and sported a cute short wedding dress, with a jacket made of big white sequins and some gorgeous shoes from LK Bennett (I actually knew that myself as I have lusted over them many a time – plus they are called the Akira shoe – for those of you that don’t know, that’s my kitty’s name too!)
After a civil ceremony all the guests piled on a traditional London routemaster bus to the London Eye for a ride in 2 private pods. Then it was back on the bus for a scenic tour of the capital before finishing up at The Ritz.
This really was a family affair with the incredible stationary being designed by Beth’s creative father – a beautiful etching incorporating all the parts of their wedding date their names and rings – and her stunning vintage style necklace? Well that was made by her Mum!
Thanks so much to Polly Alexandre for working so hard on this feature!
Credit: Alexandre Weddings
Diane Sage of Sage Studios Photography sent me this great photo shoot, and explained what being ‘rock n roll’ means to her. A pretty perfect description I’d say!
When I think of a “rock and roll” wedding or photo shoot, I think of how the people in the photographs are. They look good, they rock it behind the camera and overall the feel of the images stand out.
She also went on to discribe her ideas behind this stand out session…
This particular shoot was done to just spend the day having fun with a past bride. Liz and her husband Caleb got married in September 2008 but I asked her to come back and throw her gown back on so we could get these vintage feeling photographs. Liz wore her fabulous dress and we added the funky neck pieces as well as some vintage luggage and brought her up to the tracks for some fun photographs. I didn’t go with the traditional bouquet, instead opting for these vintage feeling neck pieces that I think are really quite beautiful. Liz wore her hair down with no veil to add to the casual feel of the shoot.
On another note, I am also a huge fan of Liz’s dress, I’m pretty sure it’s by Maggie Sottero and that I tried it on when I was looking for my own wedding dress.
Thanks Diane – I can’t wait for you to send me more!
Credit: Sage Studios Photography