This is going to sound more than a little bit weird but I almost don’t want to blog these because once I do it will be done and I will be sad that the anticipation, excitement and exhilaration (I’m a very dramatic person) I have been feeling leading up to posting these will be gone. Yes I am very strange…
You might recognise Automne & Graham as one of the finalists in the Tinywater contest I ran a few months ago. As soon as I saw their entry I knew they were a completely awesome punk rock couple and that their wedding would be fab but OH. My. GOD nothing prepared me for this! I am so honoured and excited that the couple have chosen Rock n Roll Bride to be the lucky blog who gets to share their wedding and all the amazing details. Exclusives rock! I seriously want to cover this post with kisses, love and hearts ♥ ♥ ♥
A bride in a black dress, fluevog shoes and black birdcage veil. A groom wearing aviators, a tribly hat and a belt with skulls on it. I think you’ll agree that Sean & Chantal are Rock n Roll through and through!
After the immense Blog Land popularity (in fact bordering on obsession!) of Ben Blood’s last wedding (the gorgeous treehouse affair) I was over the moon this morning when Ben sent me his newest triumph for an exclusive an first blog on Rock n Roll Bride!
Karley & Scott had a beautiful vintage tea party style wedding complete with genuine vintage finds, a vintage style gown and beautiful yellow shoes. I’m sure you’ll Ben gets pretty much only amazing clients!
I am absolutely crazy in love with Jessica & Dave’s retro rockabilly wedding! Not wanting to stick to tradition, Jessica & proposed to Dave over a jungle themed cake! She explained:
We had actually had no plans of ever getting married, but a few things changed and my views on the whole institution of marriage softened a bit. I knew that I wanted to get married, but I had no idea how I was going to bring up the subject, so it just happened sort of spur of the moment. One day we were watching Ace of Cakes, and they were making a jungle themed cake. I studied lemurs in the rainforest of Madagascar, so I turned to Dave and said “Will you get a cake with two lemurs on top of it with me?” and he said something to the effect of “What, wait, huh? Why? Are you asking me to marry you?” and I said “yes!”
The Beatles had it right you know…Love Me Do Photography are worth writing home about. I am starting to become their very own personal blog stalker and seem to end up sharing everything they shoot!
Courtney & Justin had an eco friendly wedding at The Old Mill in Rose Valley, PA.
We were amazed with the subtle natural aesthetic and the charming vintage vibe. It is a historic mill that sits in a rhododendron-lined woodland valley right alongside Ridley Creek the couple explained.
The lovely Lottie Fowler, wedding planner extraordinaire send me this gorgeous wedding she just planned and photographed! Is this girl a superwoman or what?
The wedding took place in Mexico and had a mariachi band, fire breathers and belly dancers as the entertainment. Brandi wore an Alfred Angelo dress, vintaged up with a brooch style turquoise necklace to a diamond hair clip.