Can everyone please take the time to say hello to the newest member of the Rock n Roll Bride sponsorship family – Alan Silva of Artistic Imagery!? Alan is a photographer and film maker from Sacramento, CA and I have been loving his work and especially his ‘same day edits’ ever since he first sent me this funny little dancing movie to blog.
To celebrate further, check out his newest love story/same day edit. You’re going to love it!
Remember this aaamazing wedding at Shoreditch House in London? Well my lovely friend Liz (like, real life friend not just online – we’ve been out for cocktails and everything!) just sent me this wedding at the same venue that she shot with Nadia Swindell this weekend. You might recognise the bowling! How fab is that – I wish I’d found a wedding venue complete with bowling lanes.
I have been looking forward to seeing Hannah & Alex’s wedding ever since I saw their school yard engagements and the bridal shoot to be used for their stag/hen/bachelor/ette parties invites. I first spoke to Hannah about 6 months ago when she forwarded me some of the work of her sister and photographer, Kelty and I have been nuts about it every since. I have been lucky enough to become good online friends with Kelty so I was over the moon when she sent me a sneak peek of the wedding photographs after the day.
Cody & Giselle had a very coll wedding full of music, fun, tattoos (Cody got all his groomsmen a lip tattoo as their thank you present!), photo booths, peacock feathers and one of the most stunning portrait locations ever! They found The Brampton Badlands North ofBrampton, Ontario where the hills are both vibrant and desolate and perfect for rock n roll photo shoots.
Faye & Mike’s wedding may be stunning but what I love the most has to to be their fantastic portraits. Even though I’m not usually a fan of men in white suits for some reason it just works here – maybe it’s the combination with the bright sunshine, the urban locations, Faye’s Gwen-esque hair, or the bridesmaids brightly coloured outfits. These are certainly inspiring.
Anna & Ryan’s wedding was marvelously simple, rustic, old-fashioned romantic affair. Think prairie flowers, wheat, fabric streamers, ball jars and parasols. The round barn that was host to the event belongs to Anna’s family.
Anna’s dress was made by her Mum and was closely based on a design by an independent Italian designer named Mirit Weinstock who sends her clothes out to girls around the world to wear in self portraits to promote her clothing (check out the ‘birthday’ video on her homepage – it’s fab). Her hairpiece was by the always fabulous Which Goose.