Sarah Sloboda is a fabulously ‘rock n roll style’ photographer from NYC who I have had the pleasure of featuring before. So when she send me this newest wedding of hers I quite frankly jumped at the chance of getting them up here. Again with the sweet, simple and perfectly personal weddings!
For more of this wedding check out Sarah’s blog & Flickr (please do not use without permission)
Credit: Sarah Sloboda
I adore this sweet, outdoor affair courtesy of Project Wedding. The couple didn’t need to over decorate anything, opting for a simple white backdrop for their woodland ceremony, rustic style florals on the long table and candles to highlight the evening celebrations.
So simple. So effective.
Credit: James Moes via Project Wedding
Sorry for the lack of posts today, it’s Gareth’s birthday (30th!) so I have been somewhat pre-occupied.
Can I share this sweet wedding as an apology and promise to be back tomorrow? Gotta love the Irregular Choice shoes…
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Credit: Luminaire Images
I have been dying to share these for ages! As soon as I saw that spectacular dress (made by Tarien Malherbe firstname.lastname@example.org) I knew I had to post them. Lizelle Lotter is a photographer from South Africa who kindly allowed me to share her beautiful work with you all.
Credit: Lizelle Lotter
Those who know me know I love all things from the Far East, I’m talking sushi, sake, Hello Kitty and Honda…so when Imthiaz showed me this wedding she and her husband shot how could I say no? I am loving all the oriental details…what a little gem!
Credit: a.h.p photo
This couple seem amazing, I am loving their fashion sense!
Check it out…
From Ryan Brenizer, the photographer:
Who could be more fitting of a rock ‘n’ roll couple than groom who owns an indie record label? I have never heard wedding music like this, from booked bands to guests getting up and jamming … and actually being astonishingly good. Then you add that the couple are bot professional artists, she wore periwinkle, he wore olive, they made their own rings, and even constructed the wedding venue out of a rock venue, the Brooklyn Lyceum!
I only wish I could post every single photograph right here (but I would them be responsible for the world’s longest post!) instead go check out their slideshow.
Credit: Ryan Brenizer