Kimberly’s vintage dress (from Timeless Vixen) is adorable for a number of reasons, but I especially love how it is an absolutely perfect match to Anthony’s way too cool authentic vintage cowboy tuxedo and shirt! In fact the whole wedding was based around his very special outfit – who says it’s all about the Bride?
Thanks to the gorgeous Noa for sharing…
Credit: Feather Love Photography
Weddings like Hugo & Jenn’s are the reason I became obsessed with offbeat, alternative, unique and rock n roll weddings. With their roots firmly planted in the New York hardcore scene, this couple wanted a wedding nothing short of perfectly ‘them’.
Thanks to Matt for sharing this awesome couple and their fantastic wedding with us. I have too. much. love!
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Credit: Matthew Miller Photography
You can never guarantee the British weather, even in the height of summer. So for their August wedding Gabby came very well prepared with some super snazzy wellies!
Thanks to David for sharing these with me.
Credit: David Pullum Photography
Rachel & Geordie are a little bit too gorgeous to keep to myself and the orange motif that runs throughout the images – from her shoes and flowers to the Mini (bought by Rachel’s Mother a week before the wedding!) and the JCB (!) – is just too damn awesome. The wedding took place in Rachel’s parents’ back yard and really had the stylish vintage vibe going on.
Rachel’s stunning 1920’s inspired dress was custom made by her good friend (and clothing designer) Mireille Stettler and Geordie complimented her perfectly with his casual look.
Thanks to the gorgeous and super talented Brittany for sending me these!
Credit: Brittany Esther Photography
Carrie & Brian got hitched on the snow-capped Mt. Hood at The Timberline Lodge. Carrie’s amazing dress, cashmere-and-organza ruffle bolero and hair piece with chenille dot netting, feathers and flowers were all designed by Elizabeth Dye (who I have featured a few times before) an independent clothing designer in Portland, Oregon.
Their wedding was a total adventure playground of fun. To get to the venue all guests had to snow cat up steep snow slopes of Mt. Hood in a near white out snow fall. Photographers Shawn & Bonnie went on to tell me more:
Beyond that the night was full of quirk and personal style, from their unique toasts that involved in-unison speaking to their wedding vows that were a written haiku read line by line by each person in attendance.
Thanks for sharing guys!