Tag Archives: Etsy

Not Boring At All…

This Australian trash the dress session was taken without the use of any flash, they just had the beautiful natural light to illuminate the scene. Wedding planner and model Brenda Swann totally rocked the gorgeousness…and yes I am in love with her Boring Sidney headband, aren’t you?

Thanks to Melissa for sending me these…

Credit: Melissa McClure

Anything Goes

Kim & Christian’s wedding certainly didn’t fit any kind of traditional mould. The bride wore two stunning dresses, the red one for the ceremony and the gorgeous green ‘princess dress’ for the reception, where they danced and hula hooped on the beach into the wee hours of the morning.
Kim’s bridesmaids wore dresses that she’d made especially for them and stunning custom hairpieces from Etsy. The handmade invitations and wooden flower bouquet also really added to the uniqueness of this wedding.

You’re going to love these. Thank you so much to Kristen of LanierStar Photography for sending them my way!

Credit: LanierStar Photography

Love Birds

Engagements a go-go!

Tenley & Anton’s ‘lovebird’ session is cute huh? Gotta love their style – Tenley’s Etsy hairpiece is too damn cute. 

Credit: Henry & Masci Photography

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 Urban Fairytale

Hurrah! Part two of Caroline Ghetes’ amazing vintage inspired bridal sessions is live! This second installment has a much more modern twist to it as Caroline wanted to show how vintage fashion can work in super modern, urban suroundings. She scoured Etsy for the majority of the gorgeous pieces to go in this shoot. The ever so popular 50’s style tea dress was from ghmarketplace, the sparkly tulle veil was handmade with vintage material from the 1940’s by Liaison, the pink and the peacock hairpieces were by Chamberry Cherry and finally the dramatic bouquet was actually made by Caroline herself. 

(Just in case you missed it, Part one is here)

Vendors involved in the shoot included:
Chamberry Cherry
Rachel Larraine
Baroque And Roll
Crimson Empress

Thanks again to Caroline for sharing these with us. I am waiting with baited breath for the third and final installment!