Is it just me, or are shoots with props the actual best? They absolutely can make or break a photo session and I have so say (apart from balloons of course…I still can’t get over them!) these have got to be some of my favourites. A vintage suitcase, a lace umbrella, the massive flowers, a retro camera…these are all so simple yet so darn beautiful!
If you plan to get married on the 4th July, then what other theme could you possibly choose? Christine & Cole went for a glorious red, white and blue colour scheme with vintage, retro touches. The whole day has been perfectly captured by the wonderfully vibrant photography of Michelle Warren and the gorgeously vintage super 8 film of Lola Film + Video.
If I was American I’d be feeling all partrotic right about now…
Thanks to Michelle for sending me both! wonderful…
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.