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Rings

Alternative Wedding Ring Idea: Wooden Rings!

Kat

March 18, 2019

The rings can be a pretty costly part of the wedding planning process, but for many alternative couples, it's not actually the price that holds them back from going down the diamond/ gold/ platinum route. If I know one thing more than anything else, it's that Rock n Roll couples would rather wait to find something a bit more unique and something that feels much more 'them'. After all, you gotta wear this thing for the rest of your life, it's almost as much commitment as a tattoo, so you want to get it right!
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A Dress of Blue & Jimmy Choo

Kat

April 29, 2010

I've got a bonus post for you today, simply because I couldn't help myself and wanted to blog this right away! Amanda and Walé got married in Cornwall, Polhawn Fort to be specific which overlooks a dramatic bay. Amanda wore a completely gorgeous bright blue Roland Mouret dress with pewter Jimmy Choo wedges (swoon.) The bouquet was a structural arrangement of Calla lilies and she clipped some pretty little butterflies in her hair. Her ring was the ‘crystal haze’ ring by Stephen Webster and Wale’s ring was from Sarah Sheridan.
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Procedure: Molecular Fusion

Kat

April 27, 2010

I found a linky to the wedding of UBER UBER UBER cool recent bride and artist Zoetica Ebb & her writer husband Ales Kot on Gala Darling last week and literally couldn't wait to share it with you - especially after I visited Zoetica's inspiring website and laid eyes on her sparkly, blue, faux-halk! Serious hair envy batman! The pair actually got officially married in a microscopic civil ceremony June as Ales is a Czech citizen (you can see Zoetica's post on the event here including their adorable 'leaving the ceremony' video) so the couple decided that a second 'just for show' ceremony didn't make sense so their wedding was actually just a big old Rock n Roll celebration!
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Barefoot & Beautiful

Kat

December 7, 2009

Yeah so I've gone a little nuts with this post. Sixty Seven photographs may be a lot to share in one bumper go, but once you lay eyes on these I know you're going to allow it! Chad & Christine, what can I say? The super stylish pair had a fabulous eco wedding at the end of October at Lake Oak Meadows. The bride wore a Sue Wong dress which she bought from Saks and both she and her groom had wooden rings made by Gustav Reyes which of course complimented their rustic, eco, hippy-chic theme to a tee. The bridesmaids all chose their own dresses from David's Bridal and the boys wore suits from Men's Warehouse. The entire wedding party went barefoot for the majority of the day and the pair went DIY-tastic by designing and making their own invitations, logo and napkins. Quite frankly my dears, my words can not give justice to this awesome day. Enjoy lusting over these won't you?! Thanks to photographer's Brandon & Brian for sharing this ridiculously awesome wedding with me and my lovely readers today. Mwah! ps I was going to post these tomorrow but I actually couldn't wait!
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Jactonio

Kat

October 1, 2009

Holy moly I have certainly hit the ground running today, it;s not even 11am and this is my third post of the day so far! I'm sure you can see why the mass posting is necessary though, I couldn't let these little babies sit in my inbox untouched for long surely. The 'Jactonio' (Jaclyn & Antonio) wedding is more than just a little bit rad. It took place in New York and was a day full of warmth, tattoos, rock music and of course lurrrve. Thanks to the ever awesome Matt for sharing! Rock on... oh and ps...that record player? It's the cake! Credit: Matthew Miller Photography
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