Tattooed Lovelies Get Wed
September 11, 2009
Oh..just wow. As soon as I laid eyes on Cameron & Mike I knew I
had to feature them on Rock n Roll Bride. Can you blame me?
Cameron looked just like a movie star and Mike looks so in love it can’t help but make me smile! Mike, a tattoo artist in Florida even proposed to Cameron by tattooing ‘Will You Marry Me?’ on his chest? Freakin’ awesome or what?! That’s some serious commitment – he must have been pretty sure she would say yes!
Thanks so much to the gorgeous Dawn (again!) for sharing
Dawn McCarthy Photography
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