This could be quite possibly my favourite kind of vintage themed wedding because it is so clearly defined. You look at these images and you instantly know it is a 1920’s affair – from the car, to the hair dos, the feathers, to the amazing flapper style Bridesmaid’s outfits. The idea of a ‘vintage wedding’ had been thrown around so much in recent years that the idea has kind of got diluted. It seems that any wedding can now be deemed as ‘vintage’ as long as the Bride is wearing pearls! In fact many of my photographer friends joke (no names mentioned!) ‘ooh I just got booked for another vintage themed wedding.’
However this wedding is nothing like all the rest – it is quite clearly a truly vintage themed wedding…I just love it!
Credit: Gritz Photography
I love unique wedding dresses don’t you? When I was choosing my own dress my decision was confirmed for me when the shop assistant said ‘well that one is not very popular’… SOLD!
Brazilian Bride Juliana seems to have the same opinion as me – her dress is so original and so fabulously glamorous! The dress was actually handmade by designer Isabela Capeto (her sister! She also made the cute Bridesmaid dress) and so defiantly is a one of a kind creation. I love it.
Thanks so much for sharing Ju!
Credit: Chvaicer Fotografia
Check out this cute n adorable rural wedding sent in by the guys at Mattson Pictures. The couple rented an entire rural campground so their wedding party and guests could party late then crash in the dozen-or-so little cabins around the grounds. Jenille reused her mother’s old veil into a her own headpiece, and guests enjoyed lasagne made by the groom himself.
I adore all the cute yellow details, especially Jenille’s cute cardigan – and the doggie…aww the doggie!
Thanks again Karen & Doug, loving your work!
Credit: Mattson Pictures
I am truly honoured to be allowed to share these gorgeous images with you today. Gia Canali sent me these wonderful photographs of her parents as a tribute to her Father who has recently passed away.
Her parents clearly had some fabulous style on their wedding day (and the wedding day of Gia’s Uncle) and I am just so honoured to share these stunning photographs. Her Mum’s wedding dress and that gorgeous sundress were actually made by her Grandmother too (who took this photograph) how multi-talented!
Those of you who know me well know that I buried my father last week, after he battled leukemia for almost three years. Now begins the harder project—reassembling my memories of him. All our photographs are suddenly worth more. This photograph of my parents on their wedding day hung in their bedroom when I was a child. I have always, always loved it.
So, here’s to you, Dad. I’m not sure how I’m going to get through photographing the father-daughter dance for the rest of my life … and I miss you so much
Credit: Gia Canali
Photo Credit: William Searcy & Pauline Jenni
There is something about a London wedding that’s like no other anywhere in the world, not even elsewhere in the UK. I’m not talking about the obvious landmarks or the swanky London hotels, it’s more of a feeling about the place – the lighting, the crispness in the air…the rain!
Agata and Stefan, although not British (she is from Poland, he from Bavaria) did have a quintessential London Wedding – from her dress by British designer Jenny Packham to their transport on a traditional red London bus (supplied by This Bus) to their swanky, intimate reception at Claridges…the whole thing exudes London charm.
Credit: Craig & Chanelle Segerius-Bruce
I liked so many of these individual images that I had to share them, I am loving all the different photographic techniques here. Jessica always delivers such wonderful work! I particularly love the swimming pool and the shot of the Bridesmaids.
Thanks for the sharing Jessica, gorgeous as always!
Credit: Jessica Purvis