Beth and Ian had a London winter wedding. Despite being massively pregnant at the time, I think Beth looks like a celebrity from the 60’s…added to by the fact that she and wore her hair in a beehive and sported a cute short wedding dress, with a jacket made of big white sequins and some gorgeous shoes from LK Bennett (I actually knew that myself as I have lusted over them many a time – plus they are called the Akira shoe – for those of you that don’t know, that’s my kitty’s name too!)
After a civil ceremony all the guests piled on a traditional London routemaster bus to the London Eye for a ride in 2 private pods. Then it was back on the bus for a scenic tour of the capital before finishing up at The Ritz.
This really was a family affair with the incredible stationary being designed by Beth’s creative father – a beautiful etching incorporating all the parts of their wedding date their names and rings – and her stunning vintage style necklace? Well that was made by her Mum!
Thanks so much to Polly Alexandre for working so hard on this feature!
Credit: Alexandre Weddings
Jessie’s vintage style bridals were absolute classics and it would appear the wedding was just as gorgeous! I adore all the vintage attention to details, especially all the cameos…just beautiful!
Thanks so much Katherine!
Credit: Katherine O’Brien Photography
Have I or have I not been sent some absolutely out-of-this-world-amazing weddings recently? I can’t get over how many rock n roll weddings and photographers are out there…I feel so lucky!
This one winged it’s way from Ananda Lima:
Lela and Bubs got married in Central park at the Shakespeare garden. The park looked gorgeous (early Spring) and, since the ceremony happened in the early evening, they had the park pretty much to themselves. They were a little late and missed their officiant! This turned out not to be much of a problem, as their friend ended up officiating the ceremony for them. Everyone thought it was much better that way because the ceremony was very genuine and personal. After the ceremony, the couple and friend headed to the Bubble lounge for a few celebratory drinks. Everyone had a blast. (Lela is a true RocknRoll Bride: she sand along with Bub’s in the group “Bubba the handsome”).
Thanks Ananda – I love this gorgeous couple!
Wow. This has got to be one of my favourite DIY/handmade weddings ever…the Bride even made her dress! What a gorgeous, homely, hilarious, personal and rustic feel this beautiful barn wedding has. I have never seen so many genuinely happy people. It makes me smile.
OK so I went crazy with the amount of photographs I’m adding to this post – but you know, I was actually kinda restrained! Click here for more, including all the preparations…
Thanks Bertie (as always!) Edit: Remember this engagement shoot? Well I’ve just realised it’s their wedding..no wonder it’s so amazing. This two are too stylish for words.
Credit: Josh Goleman via Casando Ideias
I have been looking forward to sharing some of The Nichol’s work for the last few days, and now after a through perusal of their blog I have found a load of their weddings I just have to share..starting with this one. This blue and orange themed outdoorsy wedding is sure to float your boat, and who says Converse are just for the Groom?!
Credit: The Nichols
I really like these photographs by Jeffery Chan Tin of I Cherish You, an up and coming Canadian photographer who is definitely worth a mention…the posed shots are particularly beautiful, they look like they had such a giggle!