I feature so many completely different and unique weddings which is what makes Rock n Roll Bride so much fun for me. When you compare Giselle & Sean’s stylish ranch wedding with, say Max & Michelle’s honky tonkin’ wedding, they actually couldn’t be any different despite the fact they do have similar elements. Both weddings had a kind of cowboy feel (well featured cowboy boots anyway) but seriously, so different it’s unreal. I love the personality, the individuality and the uber style of both, the different take on a similar idea.
Love these…love Giselle’s dress…love her Bridesmaids outfits…love all the subtle details.
Credit: Jen Slot Photography
The theme of Andy & Marie’s wedding was Van Gogh’s painting, ‘The Starry Night’. A blue scheme ran throughout, accented by the star cake (which I love by the way!) and the Bridesmaids in fabulous sparkly (or should that be starry) dresses. The overall affect is dramatic yet so sweet and personal at the same time.
Credit: La Photographie
Max & Michelle had a fabulously rock n rollin’, honky tonkin’, 1950’s stylee wedding in Nashville and Stephanie from La Photographie was there to capture the whole thing. Michelle’s hair, dress and tattoos are just so cooooel!
Credit: La Photographie
Amanda & Clay had a simply and chic theatre wedding…I am just crazy about Amanda’s style..loving her short dress ‘n veil combo! Oh and the shot outside the hotdog stand…sweeet!
Credit: Lindsey Burroughs
This beautiful, almost peaceful New York wedding was send to me by the photographer Amanda of Love Me Do Photography. The wedding took place in Central Park and the reception was held at a hip French Bistro in Midtown. What’s great about this wedding (quite apart from how stunning it is) is that the couple, Jen & Hooper pretty much DIY’ed the whole thing themselves. I think the only thing they didn’t make themselves was the cake and the dress!
The Bride, Jen is a fabulous blogger, painter and photographer herself, so she definitely started off of the right foot wedding planning wise! (Amanda even took some of Jen’s art as payment for photographing the wedding – how awesome is that!?)
Jen and Hooper designed the invitations/save the date (which you can see on Jen’s blog), the centerpieces and flowers (including the bouquets and those wicked masks), the guest book and the cute little Jen and Hooper paper dolls at each place setting.
Jen’s dress was a silk chiffon evening gown from Bergdorf, her bolero was by Kate Towers and her gloves were by Carolina Amato
Enjoy these..and I’m pretty sure I don’t even have to mention how much I adore Jen’s bird tattoos…<swoooon!>