I found this wedding and immediately emailed the Bride asking if I could feature it…I have never known so much detail to be put into flickr notes! It’s great though and I highly recommend a good old read, particularly if you are planning your own semi-traditional, budget, eco, backyard wedding. I particularly love this entry…
The Pineapple has been a symbol of hospitality for centuries. According to legend, captains of New England ships would mount a pineapple on their fence posts when they had a safe return from sea. This served as an invitation for family & friends to visit and share a meal together. That was our plan!
The Bride even wore her mother’s dress from 1974..and it’s gorgeous on her! Even if I had wanted to do this I wouldn’t have been able to – my Mum was a ballet dancer as a young woman and literally about half the size of me!
Anyway enjoy these photographs, I know you will…and be sure to check out Charlie’s blog too!
Credit: Aga Images via Chic Cyclist
Rosalie from Tea & Whimsy always sends me such great stuff to post so I urge you to head on over to her blog and check out this gorgeous seaside wedding!
(Or for more, head over and visit Depict Photography’s blog)
Credit: Depict Photography and Eva Elliott via Tea & Whimsy
You all know I love every single wedding or photograph I share with you, but I always get a little bit more excited than usual when I get to share a wedding from the UK with you. Marianne Taylor is a very cool photographer from London (originally from Finland) who has just branched out into the world of wedding photography over here. She was kind enough to send me her very first UK wedding! It took place at the stunning Andaz Hotel on Liverpool Street, and Marianne’s photographs make this venue look even more gorgeous than it is in real life!
There are so many amazing photographs from this wedding I couldn’t possibly share them all, so be sure to check out Marianne’s blog for more (particularly the portrait session on the old stairs…wow!)
I look forward to featuring more of your work in the future Marianne!
Credit: Marianne Taylor
Check out these amazing portraits by Laura Burlton of D Jones Photography, just pure vintage fabulousness right? This couple literally could have stepped right out of a black and white movie of days gone by….
I received these from Laura, no joke, about 5 minutes ago and as soon as I opened the link and just saw the thumbnail versions of these amazing images I emailed her straight back saying I would blog them, like, now!
You guys are gonna love these just as much as I do…I know it!
Credit: D Jones Photo
I don’t like to over post stuff that is already on other blogs, but seriously these Bridesmaid dresses + those umbrella shots? It is impossible for me not to. Sorry!
You’ll want to check out these rest of this wedding, especially if you love shabby chic or vintage tea party decor.
Credit: Natalie Norton via Green Wedding Shoes
Check out the amazingly dark, gothic-chic wedding of Good Charlotte guitarist, Billy Martin. I not only am a little bit crazy about the Bride’s dress, designed by Kirstie Kelly Couture, but the amazing vintage victoriana decor is actually sending me into a whirl of girlie excitement.
Credit: In Style Weddings via Wedding Chicks