Tag Archives: Vintage

Dress.

Here’s another dress I’m a little bit in love with…

Credit: Hugh Forte

Errm..Hello Beautiful!

And by beautiful I’m referring to the Bride, the dress, the amazing feather necklace and the location…yep, it’s defiantly all beautiful!

Credit: Laura Heffington

Sweet, Personal, Stylish

I love this sweet, personal wedding.  Katie emailed me saying she didn’t think her wedding was ‘offbeat enough’ but I wholly disagree!  Certainly being a Rock ‘n Roll Bride is not about trying to make your wedding as ‘cool’ as possible, it’s about doing it your way – doing what you love…and they certainly did!  All these gorgeous details are what make this wedding so gorgeous.

Katie writes:  “We got married on a farm in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA on August 23rd.Our photographer was Ken Stabile. My favorite photos took of us where down the road at beautiful Ashintully Gardens. He used infrared film, holga & diana cameras as well as digital.

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French Fancie

OK so this was one of the weddings I was saving for the book (work in progress!) but after some of the responses I got to Leanne & Zach’s rice krispie wedding cake cakes I feel the need to post the french fancy wedding cake cakes!

I discovered this wedding when I was planning my own so it’s pretty old (from July 2007) but this was probably the first wedding I found that gave me some serious wedding envy!  I adore the vintagey details, the English country garden style and of course the awesome cake idea!

The Bride choose a stunning Pronovias gown (Edelweiss) and veil, teaming it with a beautiful hair slide from Glitzy Secrets.  The gorgeous stationary was designed by the lady herself (she has since started up her own stationary company but I’m really sorry I don’t have the link) and an old typewriter was used as a guest book.  The amazing bridesmaid dresses were actually from TK Maxx (TJ Maxx if you’re reading this in America) customised with some ribbon from VVrouleaux (I am in love with these dresses!) and the Bride also made the Bridesmaid’s lovely hairpieces.

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