Happieee Friday! For those of you not following me on Twitter (erm..hello, why not? I’m very entertaining don’t you know) and who haven’t heard my cries of desperation, the blog is having a few techie issues right now with links disappearing (i.e the ‘older entires’ button that should be at the bottom of every screen has vanished – hint if you want to go back and see more, click onto the post before the end of the page and click back to the next post from there)
However the good news is that it’s fixable by my computer expert/uber geek Husband (he has his uses) and that the reason it got all messed up is because the site has got too popularfor our little server so he’s in the process of transferring everything to a big Daddy server hehe <blush>
Anyway, catch up time! This beautiful yellow themed wedding (again with the yellow – I told you it was in this year!) was sent to me by photographer Ashley O’Dell, and with those portraits on a sofa…in a field (!) how could I say no? I am also loving the adorable Mr & Mrs huge white flowers…a cool twist on the usual ‘thank you’ photograph..and the shoes, ahh I always love the shoes!
Credit: Ashley O’Dell Photography
Just in case you didn’t get the memo – bright yellow is most definitely in this year and Junita and Jared’s wedding has got to be my most favourite sunshine wedding I’ve seen recently. The Bride even wore yellow – how rad is that?
For more sunny weddings be sure to also check out this incredible wedding (also shot by Mark Brooke), this citrus gem photographed by Our Labor Of Love and blogged on Style Me Pretty, and this ridiculously amazing floral display, also photographed by Our Labor Of Love and blogged on Style Me Pretty …I mean flowers hanging upside down from the ceiling for crying out loud!
Credit: Mark Brooke Photographers
Beth and Ian had a London winter wedding. Despite being massively pregnant at the time, I think Beth looks like a celebrity from the 60’s…added to by the fact that she and wore her hair in a beehive and sported a cute short wedding dress, with a jacket made of big white sequins and some gorgeous shoes from LK Bennett (I actually knew that myself as I have lusted over them many a time – plus they are called the Akira shoe – for those of you that don’t know, that’s my kitty’s name too!)
After a civil ceremony all the guests piled on a traditional London routemaster bus to the London Eye for a ride in 2 private pods. Then it was back on the bus for a scenic tour of the capital before finishing up at The Ritz.
This really was a family affair with the incredible stationary being designed by Beth’s creative father – a beautiful etching incorporating all the parts of their wedding date their names and rings – and her stunning vintage style necklace? Well that was made by her Mum!
Thanks so much to Polly Alexandre for working so hard on this feature!
Credit: Alexandre Weddings