Cometh the hour, cometh the wedding and we have something adorably beautiful to share with you this afternoon. We’d like you to step into the wedding world of Celastyn and Aston brought to you by 5 Degree Shift.who is a fomer Londoner who was once domiciled in the best city in the world for 4 years of awesome! (Yeah okay Paris and New York get dap – but we love this city!)
Moving back home to Singapore can’t be all bad – especially when you get capture loved up couples – so we cordially invite you to park yourself down, furtively look from side to side and enjoy this wedding on the sly at work.
A beautiful blend of modern and tradition, it’s a mellow yellow accented delight and we do believe that it is time of you to dig in to the shutter candy that is about to begin!See Some More Post a comment (1)
Oh, looking at our invisible Rollie it’s about that time
For some shutter candy that is lush and divine
Cometh the hour and cometh the pixels, today’s wedding that you are attending vicariously due to the combined power of, the ability to see, blog hosting and the internets (hopefully not stolen WIFI from your next door neighbour… like ours) - is the wedding of Melissa and Brian. The treats come courtesy of lens gangsters, Ameris Photography.
It is the word wonderful was made for – this hanky dabbing, cultural fusion, confetti tossing at its finest – it’s epic, yo!
Sarah of Fresh View, event designer/alchemist working behind the scenes on this epic day shared: Melissa and Brian’s wedding was a seamless blend of tradition and modernity, classic traditions and new ideas! The rooftop ceremony took place at the prestigious Parkside Hotel where the couple said their vows in front of a beautiful wooden heart hand-made by the bride’s father.
A horticultural enthusiast, the bride nurtured pots of grasses throughout the year and these lined the aisle creating an inviting walkway with a nod to both her passion and the seaside city location! Fresh View Events created custom sheer drapery for each of the hotel’s grand trellises which blew softly in the summer breeze as guests celebrated with the couple in a champagne cocktail hour overlooking the beautiful city.
The couple really wanted their flowers to reflect who they are, so Fresh View Events created a stunning mix of peach, coral, and cream classic roses, punctuated with red to reflect Brian’s Asian heritage. Unique grasses and berries created texture and interest and appealed to Melissa’s love of plants! The reception was held at the elegant Union Club of Victoria, where the tables were whimsically decorated with tablescapes of different glass and silver containers and guests danced the night away to the musical stylings of the Broken Strings (which includes several members of the better known Jets Overhead)!
So, now you’ve read all about it – it is time to see all about it! You crazy wedding lover kids it’s time to let shutter candy begin!See Some More Post a comment (3)
It’s about the old made new – it’s a renewal in Koh Samui *location envy sigh* and all this gorgeousness is straight out the lens of Cherry May Photography and the gorgeous couple are Ashley and Dominic.
We’ll hand over to the born again bride, Ashley and let her share her re-wedding experience:
My dress was a wedding dress from Monsoon, which was an unworn wedding dress on ebay! BARGAIN. I then had it altered to suit my style, changing up the back into a more racer back form and dropping the neckline. I added a broach at the back to pull it in and show my back a bit more. I then added a vintage wedding dress lace around the waist as a sash.
My headpiece I made myself from fake flowers I bought from a lovely florist, local to me.
Of course I did my own hair and makeup.
Dom wore some skinny chinos I bought him and a lovely Nautica shirt I bought him. I thought he looked very handsome and comfortable. I didn’t want it to be too contrived. It all was so lovely and perfect.
And… not only did she make her own flower crown, this resourceful Mrs (well she is a make up Artist – check her out! Primp Powder Pout did her own beautiful face she shared: I used : Benefit ‘they’re real’ mascara and bareminerals mineral veil as well with barryM eyeliner and maybelline eyeshadow. I also used Enrapture Totem styler on my hair
So, this is shutter candy 2.0! Enjoy the gorgeous vowel renew shutter candy right here and right now!See Some More Post a comment (3)
Wedding time – it’s that moment where only the finest pixels will do and we hope that you like, no scratch that, love these from the wedding of Sarah and Joe, lensed by the magnificent Vancouver wedding photographers, Love Out Loud Studios; and theirs is a love that was all about geographical changes as Joe relocated from the UK to be with the one he loves.
Can we please get a collective ‘Awwwwww’.
Sarah and Joe had a had a DIY inspired back-yard wedding that overflowed with colour and charm. The full glory of this wedding has been artfully ensnared by the guys Love Out Loud Studios: a husband and wife team (we always get happy at couples shooting couples – not in a Natural Born Killers kind of way, that would be wrong we mean the photographic way) ; who blur the lines (but not like Mr. Thicke) between Photojournalism and Fine Art – it’s all about photographs that ooze beauty and feeling.
Time to kick back and relax and dive into a wedding that is shutter candy personified.
The photographic glory goes to: Love Out Loud Studios
Wedding Venue: GalianoInn, Sturdies Bay, Galiano Island
Reception Venue: GalianoInn, Sturdies Bay, Galiano Island
Floral Design: Trincomalee farms
Wedding Cake: Whole foods
Wedding Stationery: DIY
Photo Booth: N/A
Props + Signs: DIY
Wedding Dress: Alida’sGowns, Sidney, BC
Bride’s Shoes: Lord’sShoes, Vancouver
Makeup: Jade-Ann Schneider
Men’s Attire: Moore’sMenswear
Rings: Spence Diamonds
Catering: Galiano Inn Hotel