Firstly sorry for my usual huge lack of posts today, I had a somewhat crazy day at my day job – hence less time for blogging. How very inconsiderate of my work to make me actually do work and not blogging! Anyway I will most defiantly be catching up this evening, atarting right now with another little gem from Michele M. Waite.
Lyndsey & Matt had a gorgeous vintage style wedding in Blaine, WA complete with lovely vintage touches throughout including the glassware, seashells, table decor, old bikes which all came from the Bride’s store Penny Lane Vintage.
Credit: Michele M. Waite
I found this wedding and immediately emailed the Bride asking if I could feature it…I have never known so much detail to be put into flickr notes! It’s great though and I highly recommend a good old read, particularly if you are planning your own semi-traditional, budget, eco, backyard wedding. I particularly love this entry…
The Pineapple has been a symbol of hospitality for centuries. According to legend, captains of New England ships would mount a pineapple on their fence posts when they had a safe return from sea. This served as an invitation for family & friends to visit and share a meal together. That was our plan!
The Bride even wore her mother’s dress from 1974..and it’s gorgeous on her! Even if I had wanted to do this I wouldn’t have been able to – my Mum was a ballet dancer as a young woman and literally about half the size of me!
Anyway enjoy these photographs, I know you will…and be sure to check out Charlie’s blog too!
Credit: Aga Images via Chic Cyclist
Bright colours make me happy (hey, I have bright pink hair!) so these, posted by Green Wedding Shoes on Wednesday instantly made me smile!
Credit: Annaz Photography via Green Wedding Shoes
Oooh before I sign off I just have to tell you all to go check out this amazing wedding,(+video) shot by Elizabeth Messina, over at The Bride’s Cafe…woowweee
Credit: Elizabeth Messina via The Bride’s Cafe