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.
When it comes to the topic of children at weddings there are usually two rival camps. The first op for a more grown up affair, favouring a lack of screaming kids throughout the vows whereas the other tends to embrace the screaming and go all out to make the children a big part of their day.
If you want to see some of the most beautiful floral details and centrepieces ever plus some pretty damn stunning beach portraits then you’ve certainly come to the right place!
Meghann & Edwin planned their Steampunk-Victorian-Beach-on a budget wedding with help from all their friends and family – DIY was the name of the game! I am totally in love with all their decor ideas and the beautiful floral details – this wedding proves that you can make anything look bloody amazing if you have the time and patience to do it yourself. They spent only about $200 on flowers and decor and went to The LA Flower Market the day before to get the blooms. Meghann explained: