Thursday Treats – 5th May 2011

May 5, 2011

Photography Credit: Amato Haute Couture via Project Wedding

I have yet more exciting news to share this week (seriously, I’m boring aren’t I?!) I’ve been asked to speak at a two-day workshop for photographers, called Love to Learn, taking place in London on September 6th & 7th. I will be speaking alongside Feather Love Photography and Bash, Please event planners!

The venue is to be confirmed but to reserve your spot, and get the early bird rate of £650 (will go up to £800 closer to the date), head over to organiser Christina Bronson’s website and register your interest. Also, check out this video made by killer video-demons Sharkpig to promote the event!

I’ve also been excitedly researching my next big photo shoot project (well actually the next two…but I’m getting ahead of myself there maybe – so many ideas!) The shoot will be taking place in Birmingham this month and I can’t wait for you to see who I’ve got involved and what the theme is! This is going to be off the charts and I am SO excited. Literally squealing with every email I get about it. More about all that soon…

But for now…

Massachusetts Organic Farm Wedding
♥ Nena’s 99 Red Balloons Engagement Shoot
♥ The Corpse Bride Cosplay
♥ Handmade Illinois Wedding
♥ High Fashion Wedding Inspiration
♥ Long sleeves & Black Lace – A Modern-Victoriana inspired bridal shoot
♥ One of my favourite weddings of the week! (Part one and Part two)

Photography Credit: Lisa Devine Photography

The royal wedding photographer – 26 minutes to capture the perfect royal picture & Why it’s important to sometimes not share all your images online!
♥ Vintage Singapore Wedding – balloon covered ceiling!!!
♥ Rock n Roll Glam Boudoir
Detail-Heavy Outdoor Wedding
Burning Man/Black Rock Desert Weddings
Think Pink in Nylon
Beautiful Beloved Shoot by David McNeil
♥ 1950’s mod wedding inspiration (more images here)

Photography Credit: Jasmine Star

♥ The ‘unofficial royal wedding video’ by Shoot It Yourself really did make me laugh! And now I really wish I was there with them too…especially because they got to meet HARRY. Oooh we love a bit of Harry… If you’ve got a spare few minutes, and you’re not all ‘royal wedding-ed out’ I’d highly recommend watching it for a giggle and the occasional celebrity spot!

 

7 comments

  1. Hen

    Interesting article about the bride wearing her mum’s/grandma’s dress- I’ll be wearing my mum’s dress when I get married in August. It’s a bargain at the cost of a dry clean, really nice to have that continuity, and amazing how it fits perfectly, too. My mum had it tailor made in Eastern Germany in the 70s. And no, it doesn’t look like Kate’s 😉
    There is something nice about having your own dress as well, so for the evening I’ve bought a 1930s dress (a flea market find). I have to say, having read a number of your recent articles I am mighty glad I never even set foot in a bridal boutique.
    Anyone else wearing their mum’s dress? (or their nan’s?)

  2. i really love the bride in her mum and grandmas dress… i wish i could be as tiny as my mum AND grandma on my wedding day so i could wear either of their dresses, but i was blessed with curves hahaha!

    i also loved seeing the owl and the pussycat themed ideas… so cute!

    xo

  3. keeley

    well . . .i cant decide which is my fave part of this post… oh yes i can!! who knew a song with the words ‘even if i farted and followed’ through in could be so lovely?!?! haha and im not wearing my nannas dress! as much as i wouldve loved to as it was stuning, and similar to kates actually, but i am wearing a £75 vintage one form the 30’s and i cannot wait. bridal boutiques werent for me either! 😉 ahhh i think you deserve to have an award on your mantel piece! xx

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