Erm..Hello gorgeous dress! (It’s vintage in case you hadn’t figured that one out, clicky here for more)
It makes me very happy when I find such a gorgeously stylish and unique wedding that’s from the UK. In my career as unique/kooky/rock n roll wedding blogger/obsessive I would say 95% of the weddings I feature are American. Not that there is anything wrong with that. I have been able to take so much inspiration from my trans-atlantic friends that I feel have really made Rock ‘n Roll Bride stand out in the UK market.
So here we have it, a beautiful wedding shot by Lillian & Leonard (the girl behind one of my favourite UK blogs Peonies & Polaroids). This wedding took place in bonny Scotland in September so they really played a risky game by having an outdoor do! Luckily it paid of, the weather looks beautiful.
The yellow and pink theme makes me smile.
Credit: Lillian and Leonard
Retro, 40’s styling. Gorgeous modern couple. The Bride is wearing her Grandmother’s dress but somehow manages to make it look totally modern, totally funky and totally cool.
Credit: Richelle Dante Photography
I am in the process of trying to find out where this dress and fantastic hairpiece are from..but for now just check out this amazing earthy, woody, rustic bridal shoot!
Edit: Meghan has emailed me to let me know that the gorgeous headband was handmade by Alison Franchi of Le Petit Gardenia and the dress was made by the stylist on this shoot, Emily Basa Besa.
Credit: Meghan Aileen Photography
I’ve been a fan of One Love Photo‘s awesome vintage styling for quite a while now, and I think these photographs from a wedding they shot on Valentine’s Day really show you why. Don’t you just adore this dress too?
Ps I have another fantastic Valentine’s Day wedding to share will you super soon!
Credit: One Love Photo
The Bride, Liesl (who is stunning by the way, but you don’t need me to tell you that) wore a piece of her Grandmother’s veil in her hair. Isn’t that just a gorgeous idea. Reminds me of this Bride I featured a while back. Her dress is Monique Lhuillier and the bustle was inspired by a vintage dress she had seen in an old photograph and was made especially for her. I love it!
Credit: La Vie