Sugar & Spice…
February 1, 2009
…and all things nice!
What a sweet wedding this seems to be. The couple appear to have set up a sudo cake shop that they have been photographed in – I only wish there were more photographs of this for me to share.
Quite apart from the confection, I simply adore these bridesmaids attire, especially the fantastic umbrellas, gloves and hair pieces. I have to say, with my hair being so fuschia in colour I never wear blue, but these photographs may have just convinced me that pink and blue can in fact be worn together. Now I feel the need to shop..oh Gareth
will be pleased!
You May Also Like
The Chicken Man And The Naked Chick
January 1, 2009
Face and Body Paint Botanical Gardens Wedding: Kristin & Ky
March 13, 2014
I have something really beautiful and unusual for you today, I just know you're going to love it! Kristin and Ky were hitched at Kanapaha Botanical Gardens in Florida. Their outdoor wedding was made as colourful as possible with the addition of paint... lots of paint!
The bride wore a full face of geisha-style face paint, her dress was splattered with it (which she did herself), they painted each other as part of the ceremony and they had an artist on hand to do their guests too!
The Punk Wedding to End All Punk Weddings
Lara and Susie
February 9, 2015
Happy Monday you gorgeous creatures. Monday might not be your favourite day of the week, but it's about to get a whole lot more epic with this completely perfect punk wedding! In fact this might just be one of the most amazing real weddings you'll ever see! Tammie and Toby were married at New Farm Park in Brisbane.
Folklore & Fantasy Pagan Woodland Wedding
December 10, 2016
Jay and Wisia had a Pagan ceremony in the woods. They wanted their wedding theme to be folklore and fantasy inspired without being too cheesy.
"There’s a fine line between themed and fancy dress", laughed the bride. "Our special day was a cross between Viking and Elvish visual themes with elements of Pagan."
Super Kawaii English Country Garden Wedding: Abby & Hoi
October 18, 2014
You might think that there's nothing more traditional in English weddings than a country garden setting, but Abby and Hoi's big day was anything but quaint! They took the traditional elements and turned them on their head. From the bride's short polka dot dress and purple hair, to the Hello Kitty cake and the vintage ice cream cart for dessert, this was a wedding that was quintessentially 'them'.
Handmade and Homespun Colourful Camp Wedding: Ben & Roo
Helena and Laurent
June 30, 2014
Ben and Roo wanted their big day to feel like 'them'. So they enlisted the help of friends and family to hand craft the wedding of their dreams! "Our theme was 'nature meets colorful meets elegant meets comfortable!" began the bride. "I was a circus performer for ten years and Ben has been a rigger for his whole professional life. Our friends are eclectic and multi-skilled and they all pitched in. It made a blank slate of a venue become a colorful tapestry of strings of circus lights, people on stilts, colorful guests, chandeliers hanging from trees and an amazing electro-swing dance party!"
Festival Wedding with Celtic Druid Ceremony & a Spray Painted Dress!
June 17, 2018
Coleen and Gavin's jawdropping wedding day was held at their farmhouse in Margherafelt, Northern Ireland. The ceremony was performed by a druid and the full-day reception was essentially a festival, with 25 acts over three stages (yep, you read that right!). And on top of that, just wait til you see Coleen's spray painted rainbow dress!
An English Enchanted Forest Wedding
January 3, 2015
John and Lucy were married at Larmer Tree Gardens in Wiltshire in September. They chose it because it had the pretty outside space that they wanted, and they were able to say their vows outside (which isn't always possible in the UK!) in their covered pavilion.
"We are both artists, I paint and John is a photographer, and we are both deeply inspired by nature", said Lucy. "I am also borderline obsessed with the vision of an enchanted forest so we wanted our wedding to feel like a blurry childhood memory of a place that was so beautiful and fantastical that you're not sure whether it was real or not. We fell in love with Larmer Tree Gardens the minute we clapped eyes on it. There were peacocks and parrots roaming around so we used a loose theme based on the colours of the peacocks plumage by having the boys in teal and the girls in royal blue."
© 2008 - 2023 Rock n Roll Bride Ltd, PO Box 3246, Reading, RG1 9LG, United Kingdom.