What could be more lovely than after nobody’s child Monday (well it’s ours – we are rather psychopathic lovers of the ‘M’ word but we aren’t going to go Perry Mason trying to convince you if you don’t want to be convinced) – you get to go to a sweet wedding on Tuesday.
You are being transported by pixels to a day captured by Joanna Traeger Photography.
It’s exactly the kind of day that this song was made for: Britta and Dustin had a beautiful outdoor wedding that was all about beautiful simplicity, the details that are here are gorgeous but really it’s all about two people who love each other, friends and family who love them – and being serenaded by the groom.
The images are heart warming we love their Daughter helping Britta to do up her wedding dress, and there are countless little moments caught in this set of images that you just know will inspire laughter, nostalgia and memories of two people, a family and their incredible day.
It’s giving us teary feels but then we are so soppy *big sigh*
So, let’s make Wednesday a little bit more beautiful – let the sweet shutter good times roll!See Some More Post a comment (0)
We love the wedding but we always imagine the life afterwards, so it’s lovely to be able to drop in a slice of post wedding life in this gorgeous shoot from Nessa K Photography and we are via the medium of the lens transporting you to New York Gritty (Next year we really need to have crossed that one off the bucket list).
But, these beautiful images celebrate a couple whose wedding made headlines as they actually got married in an Apple store, talk about brand commitment! Say ‘Hi’ to Ting and Josh - it’s time to go on a visual walk with a couple and their adorable puts: it is a chilly sunrise in Brooklyn – but their hearts are full of warmth and love.
Time for gorgeous post marital shutter candy to begin.See Some More Post a comment (1)
We are back to normal scheduling and we have to give you mucho thanks for your patience as the server has been going through some changes – it’s hormonal and not menopausal but we are getting there with things. So, of course thanks for your patience as getting the pretty to you as quickly as we can is of the up-most importance. You demand and we supply.
Now, since we sense a clamour for wedding hour glamour and what not we have some pixels that more mesmerising than the derrière of a certain Kardashian – that ba-dunk-a-dunk-dunk is a Japanese B-Movie waiting to happen either the ‘Ass that ate Tokyo’ or ‘Godzilla vs’ the super ‘got back’.
Anyway, backing away from the booty and edging to the point – it the pair that we have are far more delicious to look at than Madame K – the gorgeous couple gracing the screen and appearing in front of you live (but sans studio audience) are the lovely and most definitely in love Greg and Celeste, now throw some serene landscape, trees, and all kinds of lush visual treats and do you know what you have something far sweeter than any biscuit; to accompany the cup of tea that we hope that you are drinking while enjoying this feast of images lensed by Nate Perkes.
So, let’s say it together it’s the Beyond Beyond equivalent of amen, but wordier, LET SHUTTER CANDY BEGIN!See Some More Post a comment (5)
To borrow from Brian McKnight you might want to start back at one; as this is part two in the gorgeous wedding universe of the Pranjali and Maciej – and these beautiful images remind us of exactly why we have the best job in the world: we get to share the beautiful day of beautiful people with you luscious lot.
So it is our pixel pimping privilege and pleasure to bring you the second half of this wedding goodness. Despite being on good bile form, as evidenced in today’s design envy, our withdrawal from coffee is making us as friendly and amenable as a new born kitten – so while we can’t join you in an afternoon caffeine fix (we’re imbibing some Lemon and Ginger tea): Let’s chink digital cups and salute not only this lovely couple Pranjali and Maciej, and the super sharp Golden Hour Studios.
Time to get this shutter candy show on the road!See Some More Post a comment (0)