Sugar & Spice
October 15, 2009
Well people, hold on to your hats and prepare yourself for another
bumper day of Rock n Roll goodness. Did something magical happen overnight or something? I have received a ridiculous number of amazing photo sessions and weddings this morning – I just hope I can bring them all to you soon!
Starting off today is this gorgeous ‘sugar and spice’ rockabilly couple. She’s a ballerina, he’s a total petrol head (I think in America you call them ‘gear heads’? – whatever, he is nuts about cars!) Cassy & Kelly headed to pier 39 in San Francisco with photographer
Marin Kristine to get these amazing carousel/carnival/fun fair shots. The couple will be having a pin up style wedding in just 2 weeks and boy am I excited to see the results!
Thanks to the lovely Marin for sending these over.
Marin Kristine Photography
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I saw a feathery sneak peak of Mary & Stephan's engagement session on their wedding coordinator's website and immediately shot and email to Erin & Court asking if I could blog them when they were all ready. Lucky for me they were of course delighted and I got the email this morning to tell me they were up.
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