Fancy a little 1930’s themed vintage joy for a Saturday evening?
I simply had to share the details of this beautifully casual beach wedding, the location really can’t be beaten. However I am a little miffed as Gareth is always telling me off for buying so many cushions – but look how many they have! I also have a serious sunset obsession and this one really will take some beating.
Credit: Red Heart Photography
I really try not to have favourites – I feel like a Mother favouring one child over another…but I’m afraid I have to admit, Tara Kneiser of Dixie Pixel is probably one of my all time favourite photographers and blogging buddies (sssh! Oh God, now I feel totally guilty!)
We met (as in online met) probably about a year ago when the old (RIP) Rock ‘n Roll Bride was still going, and I remember Tara telling me how she was desperate to shoot a really Rock ‘n Roll wedding…well finally I think she has got her wish!
Tara uses a combination of Holga and digital work, creating a unique and beautiful perspective of the world and a totally different take on the usual wedding photography.
The main reason she sent me this wedding was due to the shoes! How on earth did she know I would love them?!
Credit: Dixie Pixel
My brain is a little bit of a sickly, hazy muddle right now and I literally can’t think of any words to describe this wedding…and that’s not fair because it is such a beautiful wedding. However I’m sure you can see yourselves just how beautiful and inspiring it is in it’s rustic and organic outdoorsiness, so I vote that you just enjoy the photographs!
Credit: Erik Ekroth
A huge thanks to Sarah Sloboda for sending this stunning New York wedding my way! She insisted I checked out her site as she actually calls herself a Rock n Roll Photographer!
Sarah offers unique documentary wedding coverage that blends photojournalistic spontaneity with an artistic approach to create images that help you savor and cherish the moments of your wedding.
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Credit: Sarah Sloboda