February 25, 2010
When blog land favourite,
Amelia Lyon, posted Sam & Nikki’s amazing looking wedding on her blog yesterday I was sure some other, high flying, blogger would have snapped them up for a feature. Never one to give up without a fight, I emailed Amelia on the off-chance they were available…and guess who got lucky?!
Sam is actually Amelia’s cousin. He married his sweetheart in January and luckily for us Amelia was first on hand to take these amazing shots. Nikki wore her Grandmother’s dress (sweet) and stunning cobalt blue shoes from
Be sure to check out their amazing love story/ same day edit video by
Shade Tree Films after the ‘jump’!
Thanks to Amelia for sharing these with us today
Nikki+Sam from Shade Tree Films on Vimeo.
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