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Vintage Rural

Part three of Caroline Ghetes’ modern vintage bridal sessions landed on my online lap this afternoon and it’s a corker. This final installment has much more of a country feel – the shed, the field, the horses, the cowboy boots, the rustic, casual florals (made by Caroline herself!) – but that doesn’t stop me from having a hell lotta love for them.

The model’s dress was supplied by etsy seller Lorimarsha (it’s the same dress as used in the ‘aviation’ shoot) and her pink hairpiece was by Chamberry Cherry, who can also be found onEtsy.

Clicky here for part one and two…

Thanks to Caroline for sharing her newest work with us.

Credit: Caroline Ghetes Photography

An Especially Special Day

Lisa of Ophelia Photography not only captured this wedding as beautifully as she always does, but as the couple were  some of her best friends she was also a Bridesmaid – multi tasking or what?

The boots, the flowers, the Bridesmaid dresses, the skate park, the rockstar photo shoot…I love it all!

Lisa described the day on her blog:
The say good things come to those who wait, and these two waited 11 years for their wedding day.   It was perfect in every-way and I was honored to take part in the celebration as both the photographer and bridesmaid.   I believe it was my most challenging wedding to date, as I was swept up in the emotions of the day and having to relinquish control of only shooting about 50 % of the photos.   My beautiful and lovely dear friend of 24 years (we met in preschool at age 4) was drop dead gorgeous and anyone in her presence on that day felt the magic.   The magic being that after 11 years they were getting married and celebrating their love in front of close family and friends.    

As Enya played we waiting by the bridge prepared to walk down the aisle to stand presently for Jen and Rich.   As I watched Jen coming down the aisle and Richard watching her…. I was done.   Oh the tears….their tears, the happiness, the moment, was like a dream.   Jen and Rich were radiating with happiness.   All of there parents were radiating with happiness….11 years of happiness.   It was awesome!

Credit: Ophelia Photography

Wedding On A Ranch

I feature so many completely different and unique weddings which is what makes Rock n Roll Bride so much fun for me. When you compare Giselle & Sean’s stylish ranch wedding with, say Max & Michelle’s honky tonkin’ wedding, they actually couldn’t be any different despite the fact they do have similar elements. Both weddings had a kind of cowboy feel (well featured cowboy boots anyway) but seriously, so different it’s unreal. I love the personality, the individuality and the uber style of both, the different take on a similar idea.
Love these…love Giselle’s dress…love her Bridesmaids outfits…love all the subtle details.

Thanks Jen!

Credit: Jen Slot Photography

Small Town Art Scene

Just a quickie to get you going this morning…
These were send to me by Emily Garrick who flew to Texas for this fabulous shoot.

She describes her experience:
It really centers around a small town art scene. I flew to Texas for this wedding and had no idea where I was going to shoot. Luckily I stumbled anon a vibrant local art scene downtown and took advantage of it for the portraits. I was super lucky to have a bride & groom willing to try anything. Jarett & Julie are very southern, very polite & sweet, but with a southern rock edge to them. It was a treat to work with them and have them trust me completely. I also loved the contrast of his formal tux & her dress with the pin up girl.

Cute huh!?

Credit: Emily G Photography