More snowy posts! Who would have thought there would be so many stunning winter weddings?
For all the details check out the photographer’s post on the day..but a few of my favourite details include:
- The dress was inspired by Dior’s New Look circa 1947, the Bride’s favourite fashion period (and designed by the Bride)
- Through knitted elements and shabby-chic bric-a-brac [they] created a warm, intimate atmosphere
- The favours for the guests doubled as seating cards. Eclectic vintage teacups held the Father of the Bride’s own blend of tea in teabags adorned with handmade commemorative tags.
Credit: Calla Evans Photography
Did I post about this wedding before? I post so much (ahem loser!) that sometimes I loose track. But what the hell, a wedding as cool as this one deserves to be posted twice. The Groom, Mario is an actual magician and his Bride, Kathryn is his assistant so would you expect anything else but a ‘magical’ wedding? (I actually hate myself for writing that sentance…)
You may have noticed I’ve featured rather a lot of photographs of the Bride, but omg how could I not? Just look at this stunning girl! What an amazing sense of style she has. Her fantastic headpiece was made by Etsy seller Boring Sidney.
Unfortunately it’s impossible for me to feature every single amazing photograph from this wedding so I urge you to clicky here for many maaany more
Credit: Daria Bishop
I’ve just realised something rather upsetting. When I re-posted all my favourite posts from the old blog, I omitted one of my most favourites from last year! How could I?! I only realised I had committed such a crime when I re-discovered the Bride Amanda’s wonderful blog VintageGlam. This couple and their wedding we’re such an inspiration for our own so I defiantly have to re-post them, like now and if you haven’t seen these before you will be glad I did. Pure vintage, cinematic joy.
And if that’s not enough for you, clicky here for more!
Credit: Jessica Johnston
(and then have a look at their post wedding shoot here)
Credit: Sarah Rhoads
I’m sure you’ve seen the quintessential and therefore iconic ‘fire’ trash the dress photograph – the photograph that has been credited with starting the trash the dress phenomonum in fact. If not clicky here to see…
Anyway, the genius behind this fantastic image, John Michael Cooper, is still taking some fantastic photographs of some amazing weddings. Just check out this little gem I found.
I want this dress (just to wear everyday please). The Bride found it on ebay and then made her own veil. Vintage, diy and bargain wonderfulness all rolled into one. Jealous? Moi!?
Credit: The Deuces