This fantastic and individually detailed wedding took place in San Francisco and was captured by Cooper Carras. I not only love the cute caricatures of the Bride and Groom, but I’m a little bit crazy about the Bride’s vintagey outfit she changed into fro the outside shots.
Credit: Cooper Carras
Ooh! Another amazing wedding shot by Our Labor of Love. This has got to be my favourite…the Bride not only made her own dress (I know!!) but the teeny tiny wedding was super intimate and super sweet. Check out the photograph of everybody crammed into the minute ceremony room :o) Oh and there’s the classic cars again for my Dad…
Credit: Our Labor of Love
If you’ve been reading Rock ‘n Roll Bride for a while, I’m sure you would have worked out that my passion (obsession, fascination, fixation) is real weddings and gorgeous photography…Now when I discover a spectacular new wedding such a this, can’t you see why?
Gorgeously vintage styling is mirrored perfectly by the photography – the two working together to create these beautifully in tune images. Amazing…sigh…
Credit: Josh Goleman
On paper these 80’s style prom/bridesmaid dresses should be hideous but for some reason they really work!
For more of this cute, vintage wedding clicky here
Credit: Flint Photography via Amorology Weddings
I like polaroids. Whenever I see a wedding shot using a polaroid camera it makes me want to get one myself…and take cute, vintagey styled, kooky photographs. For more of this wedding clicky here or here
Credit: Michelle Pullman
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