Pin Up’s, Croquet & Converse
September 24, 2009
Oh how I adore
Sloan Photographers. I really really do. I say that a lot and about a lot of people but come on…these are way too amazing for words!
As soon as I saw Tiphany & Jamie’s wedding I was right on to getting these bad boys featured on Rock n Roll Bride. Lucky for me (and you!) the guys were ever so happy to oblige and here we have it. What I love the most is that the bride in in yellow Converse! No uncomfortable shoes for her. If this isn’t rock n roll then quite frankly I don’t know what is.
ps Word on the street is that Matt & Angie have just shot an engagement shoot with a fuschia haired bride. Eeek I can’t wait to see those!
Thanks for sharing these Matt & Angie. You are the best!
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