Sometimes the hardest part of my ‘job’ is choosing which photographs to feature from a set I’m sent. Seriously, this wedding is so beautiful and this couple are so photogenic I got the guilt for not being able to share every single image! So I’ve stuck to some wicked details (peacock feathers yey!) and a small selection of my favourite portrait shots. This couple are awesome and I love Shannon’s fur stole!
A huge Rock n Roll Bride thank you to Alisha of Oakstream Photography for giving me the exclusive on this amazing wedding (she hasn’t even posted them on her own blog yet, how lucky am I!?)
I admit defeat, blogging less is an impossible task for me. I just received these fantastic photographs from UK photographer Julia Boggio. I’ve lusted after Julia’s work from a far for a while now, and as I said last time I featured her “If you haven’t seen Julia Boggio’s amazing work yet you really really need to. You need this in your life!”
Th ceremony of this quitensentailly London wedding took place at The Guards Chapel, St James which made for some fantastic (and cheeky) snaps (the Queen’s guards are not allowed to react to anything going on around them, they can’t smile, flinch or anything – I love being British sometimes – what a weird tradition!)
The Bride wore a gorgeous Monique Lhuillier gown and made her own fascinator for the evening part of the do. She wore a veil for the ceremony and then changed headpieces for the evening.
I hope you enjoy these photographs as much as I have – seeing the London Eye in these shots makes me feel all patriotic!
I am so flattered at the great response I’ve gotten from you all after I posted my scary video – you have all been lovely!
However Nicole went one step further still and sent me the link to her own wedding video for me to have a look at. It reminds me of a short promo video or a music video, its subtle yet effective and doesn’t drag on which is one thing I dread when watching wedding videos!
I really do adore this video, it has such a lovely soft feel, almost like a vintage super-8 film which is mirrored in the beautiful yet subtle vintage tones of the actual wedding.
Nicole said that they actually very nearly didn’t get a wedding video, but this actually ended up being one of their most favourite parts of their wedding! If there had been someone that I knew of here in the UK that shot gorgeous wedding videos like this we may have chanced our minds about that too!
Thanks so much for sharing Nicole & Joe, for more details and photographs from their wedding clicky here
I’m now really look forward to seeing many more of your wedding videos!
When newcomer Jonas Peterson emailed me a link to some his weddings this morning, I knew I recognised his name…I did a search and realised I’d featured one of them before as it had some kick as Australian Groom Style! The other wedding he sent me (he has only ever shot two – quite unbelievable when you see how amazing these photographs are!) was that of Geoff & Cait – a totally rockin’ riverside affair. He has still most definatly got the Groom, Groomsmen (and women!) thing down…
I am loving the soft feel of these images – I’m really into this almost angelic, vintage look right now.
For the slideshow of this wedding, clicky right here Thanks for sending these my way Jonas – I’m looking forward to featuring more of your weddings in future!
Leo Patrone is one of those photographers I really admire. I check his site often just hoping for a new little bit of wedding joy to share with you, and today I got lucky!
For some reason I have been all about the vintage/old looking photography today…I don’t know why, I’m just being really drawn to it (to top it off Kathryn @ Snippet&Ink posted a gorgeous wedding today using Poladroid to generate faux Polaroid images of the day – oh how much fun I had after I downloaded that application!)
But anyway, as usual I digress…let’s just enjoy the wonderful Holga goodness of these photographs.