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Groom Style – Brent

I love receiving emails from you, especially if they’re to share you’re own excellent weddings.  What makes this wedding extra special is that it was sent to me by the Groom! Oh yes, boys read Rock ‘n Roll Bride too!

Now come on, how much style has Brent got!?  Loving the suit dude, you and your boys looks awesome – like an actual rock band!  These shots are so fun, I wish I was at this wedding!
Don’t worry, I’m not completely ignoring the Bride, Lauren in this post – the group shots are all so fun and silly looking!  One of the things that put us off having lots of posed shots on our wedding was we didn’t want the same boring photographs that everyone ends up with…however after seeing these I wish we’d done some like this – they’re hilarious!

There are just so many things I love from this set – the sunglasses, the moody sky, the dead tree, the wedding ducks…thank you so much for sending these my way Brent – you have made my day! You look like you had a total blast! You are both absolutely stunning and you and given me some serious wedding envy!

Credit: Alex M.

British Talent

Marianne Taylor is a super talented British photographer who I got in touch with after my friend David recommended I featured her work…Now I couldn’t choose between these two fantastic engagement shoots, they are both so quintessentially British what with the London skyline, the London eye and a red phone box.

Love it! (Check out Marianne’s blog for more)

Credit: Marianne Taylor

Jon and Lucy’s Autumnal Wedding

One of my oldest friends Jon got married in October to Lucy.  It was a gorgeous autumn day full of laughter and fun.  My good friend David M McNeil did the wedding photography and aren’t they fab!?

I have posted about David’s work many a-time (on the old site – sigh) but I will never tire of doing so, he constantly surprises me with his amazing talent and no two weddings he shoots ever turn out the same.  I will endeavour to re-post some of David’s work asap as anyone who hasn’t seen it is surely missing out!

The wedding was a DIY affair, it was very important to the Bride and Groom that they did things the way they wanted not the way everybody told them to!  They are both very eco-conscious and took this into account with everything they planned.

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