Tag Archives: Rustic

Outdoorsy, Shabby Chic Gorgeousness

I am slightly reluctant to say this is one of my favourite, rustic, outdoorsy, shabby chic weddings ever as I seem to be saying things like that a lot..but I kinda can’t help it. I adore every single details about this wedding, from the cute (almost kitch!) Mr&Mrs balloons to the Bride’s stunning dress and shoes (shoes from Nordstrom, details on the dress to come once the couple get back from Honeymoon!)
These will be popular with you all I’m sure of it.

Sarah Yates you rocked this photography, thanks so much for all the sharing!

Credit: Sarah Yates Photography

Utterly Sweet Weddings

I have a couple of gorgeous sets from Sweet Monday Photography to share with you today, starting with the stunning, rustic wedding of Naama & Greg. What drew me to this wedding straight away was Naama’s beautifully simple and cute dress but what kept me going through all the photographs was all the gorgeous little details they put into their day.

The couple were married at Heritage Square Museum in Los Angeles and Neema got her dress from Ebay, oh yes! It was a real family affair with all the flowers coming from her Mum’s garden and her sister Melissa makingall the stationary. The couple also put all the favours and table numbers together themselves. The result is a completely gorgeous DIY soiree!

Thanks to Lindsey of Sweet Monday Photography for sharing these with me!

Credit: Sweet Monday Photography

The Crack Of Dawn

I’m convinced that California has a whole different sun to the one we have here in the UK. Is this light amazing or what?
This post wedding shoot was shot at the crack if dawn (hence the amazing dewy, dawny, early morning light) and actually almost makes me want to do a photo shoot at stupid o’clock in the morning just in case we could get anything as remotely fabulous as these!

Credit: Beki Dawn 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!