Tag Archives: Sunset

Take Me To San Francisco…

Erica Berger really makes me want to move to San Francisco. These photographs make the city and it’s landmarks look so romantic and so cool!  …And don’t even get me started on how gorgeous this couple are.

Credit: Erica Berger

Mist.

Woohooo it’s the weekend, and I’ve got a gorgeous destination wedding to share with you first up.  It’s raining here in Blighty so where better to start than will a super sunny wedding in Bali?

I’m not usually one for too much sun (yep, never satisfied – it’s either too hot or too cold!) but these photographs are just stunning. I love the misty, magical feel to them – gorgeous.

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Credit: Jerry Yoon

Impatient

I’ve been awaiting the results from this engagement shoot for ages!  Bonnie Tsang emailed me what feels like forever ago to ask if I’d be interested in featuring this session.  ‘Oooh yes yes yes pleeeeese’ I replied, not realising I’d then have to wait for about 3 weeks to see the final results.  What a tease she is!  I am a very impatient blogger don’t you know!?

Anyway, it’s aaaall good as Bonnie send me the photographs this morning…’wooohoo’ I cried, whilst getting strange looks in the office from my fellow co-workers/co-slackers.  These were certainly worth the wait.  I flippin’ love the chalkboard and Polaroid images.  Simply gorgeous.

Oh dear…now I have to wait for the wedding photographs!

Credit: Bonnie Tsang

Banjo & Sarah – The Wedding

‘More, More!’ I hear you cry (or maybe that’s just my internal monologue) either way here it comes, behold – Banjo & Sarah’s amazingly styled, amazingly photographed hippy chic wedding.

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Credit: MangoRED

A Laid Back, Homespun Wedding Day

A huge Rock ‘n Roll Bride thank you to Ty of World Image Weddings for sending this gorgeous backyard wedding my way.  Take it away Ty….
James and Lindsey were married last October in the small mountain town of Ojai, California. It was a private back yard wedding with a small group of friends and family in attendance. It rained that day right up until the start of the ceremony when it suddenly stopped, leaving a beautiful sky and wonderful soft light. Everything was very laid back; they served tacos al pastor for dinner (there’s a picture of pastor roasting on a spit), and instead of cake their friends and family brought homemade pies. Everything was put together by their friends; there was no coordinator, no schedule, and no hassles, just a lot of fun.