Credit: Laura Ferreira
Whoa what a week of bloggy busyness. I have to say though it hasn’t prevented me from finding a plethora of gorgeousness all over the internet. I saved them all for you so I hope you enjoy – mwwwah!
♥ Modern Vintage Bride posted my newest shoe obsession – the ‘love’ shoe by Christain Louboutain…
♥ La Carmina posted this gorgeous candy sweet shoot by the ever so delightful Chai.
♥ Vintage Indie are encouraging you to start your own blog with a Typepad giveaway
♥ It may be super tacky, but I can’t help but kinda love that 9 couples got married in a 99 cent store on 09/09/09…for 99 cents!
♥ Thanks to this wedding I discovered Mirit Weinstock’s amazing dresses
♥ Jessica Johnston blogged a crazy gorgeous 1930’s style wedding
♥ New York photographer Sarah Sloboda is coming to London and wants to take photos of you!
♥ Flights of Fancy posted some damn cool inspiration boards this week, including this one entitled ‘tats ‘n tulle’ swooon
♥ As did I Love Lolliblog – Sweet, Savory & Seersucker Suits and Antique Accents & Pale Pink Petticoats
♥ My favourite shop of all time has this slightly scary but super stylish video on their homepage…
♥ And these lovely people showed some Rock n Roll Bride love this week…
Our Labor of Love
Red Photo Co.
Our Punk Rock Wedding
I am absolutely crazy in love with Jessica & Dave’s retro rockabilly wedding! Not wanting to stick to tradition, Jessica & proposed to Dave over a jungle themed cake! She explained:
We had actually had no plans of ever getting married, but a few things changed and my views on the whole institution of marriage softened a bit. I knew that I wanted to get married, but I had no idea how I was going to bring up the subject, so it just happened sort of spur of the moment. One day we were watching Ace of Cakes, and they were making a jungle themed cake. I studied lemurs in the rainforest of Madagascar, so I turned to Dave and said “Will you get a cake with two lemurs on top of it with me?” and he said something to the effect of “What, wait, huh? Why? Are you asking me to marry you?” and I said “yes!”
Weddings like Hugo & Jenn’s are the reason I became obsessed with offbeat, alternative, unique and rock n roll weddings. With their roots firmly planted in the New York hardcore scene, this couple wanted a wedding nothing short of perfectly ‘them’.
Thanks to Matt for sharing this awesome couple and their fantastic wedding with us. I have too. much. love!
ps you may have noticed a few tweaks to the layout of the site including a brand spanking new search function…wooo! I’d love to know what you think of the changes so if you’re reading this via rss then come on over and have a gander!
Credit: Matthew Miller Photography