I adore photographer Sarah Pukin’s way of wording these images. Enjoy this and enjoy these gorgeous images!
The Tiny Bride.
Once upon a time there was a girl who met a boy. The boy was in a band – when he saw the girl his heart grew and he knew she was the one.
The girl gazed up at him and thought “could this be love at first sight?” As the boy came closer the girl reached her hand out – as he grabbed it they both knew that they were soul mates.
They fell deeply in love.
As time passed the boy and the girl got married and here are a few pages of their story.
Thanks Sarah. You rock!
Credit: Sarah Pukin Photography
With a wedding that took place in a public library (Boston to be exact) what better than copies of ‘Pride & Prejudice” as favours and a passion in their portraits that could rival the greatest love stories. The backdrop provided almost a gothic feel to the images – the shadows; the low, moody lighting and the colours of the old books – all give such a romantic feel of history and grandeur.
Thanks to Lauren for sharing these.
Credit: Person + Killian Photography
So I was going to wait until tomorrow to share these, but I think I can’t actually wait. I received an excitable email from photographer (and sister of Matt, the Groom to be) Joy Wilson, telling me all about how great her bro is (aww) and what talented musicians both he and his fiance Fran are. Fran even wrote a song that was used in the show ‘The Biggest Loser’ recently (it’s shown during the daytime here in the UK and I have to admit to being slightly addicted to it on my days off work!)
Credit: Joy Wilson Photography
Recently I seem to be sharing more and more photographs from each wedding/photo shoot I’m sent, but you know what? sometimes it’s really too difficult to cut it down, just like this post I’m afraid…
This couple absolutely rocked this session…I could imagine these two as a couple who’ve run away to elope and be in love amongst nature…but maybe that’s just me! The use of the vintage cameras and books in the last few shots is spot on, don’t props rock?!
Credit: Marianne Wilson Photography