The last few weeks have been very rock ‘n roll indeed. First, both Rose & Brendan’s Southwark engagement shoot, and Caroline & Ben’s gorgeous London wedding got featured by Kat on Rock ‘n Roll Bride. And now Kat’s interview in the recent issue of Sew magazine was illustrated with a picture I took of her beautiful bespoke shoes. Yay!
As an enthusiastic reader of blogs, I always find it exciting when I find out a client of mine is a blogger. I really enjoy reading up on their wedding plans, or checking out their style blogs, in order to find out a bit more about what makes them tick. I thought it might be fun to share a few of my favourite blogging brides (and one groom!) with you. I hope you’ll find these blogs, with very different subject matters, as enjoyable as I do.
Clare is getting married on the beautiful Norfolk coast, and she blogs about her plans and ideas for the wedding. All her gorgeous moodboards really inspire me and make me look forward to this wedding so much!
Saleema blogs about all things wedding. She has an exquisite sense of style and a keen eye for details, especially those with a vintage flair, so I’m sure this is one wedding that will be absolutely stunning. Her wedding is actually split into two, with a Ghanaian ceremony on one day, and an English wedding on the day that I’m covering.
Elodie’s blog is a treasure trove of quirky ideas, beautiful pictures and copious amounts eye candy. Her plans for her wedding are SO creative that the wedding will most likely be the most individual looking one I’ve ever attended, and I really can’t wait to see all the things she will come up with. Hers is bound to be a wedding full of fun and whimsy!
There’s no denying that Alix is one of the most stylish bloggers out there in the fashion blogosphere. I have no doubt that her wedding will be absolutely beautiful from start to finish, and that everyone involved will look super cool from head to bottom. What a better way to celebrate my birthday this year than to get to record this wedding. Squee!
If you’re interested in the history of London, Lucy’s blog is an absolute treat! Her writing is engaging and her facts well-researched, which has earned her blog all sort of accolades. It really is a fascinating look into the history of this exciting city that surrounds us.
Marc has just launched a new website, and a new blog to go with it. I really enjoy his music photography and every time I visit his blog I get an itch to go buy concert tickets. If you’re a gig goer and love photography that helps you relive the best times, look no further than Marc’s blog.
Well, technically Kat isn’t really a client of mine, but I have done a photo shoot with her, so I say she qualifies! How could I leave out the royalty of UK wedding blogs from my list. If you need ideas on how to make a wedding look like you, look no further. Kat’s blog is packed with individual couples channeling their inner cool.
In other news, I’m busy trying to get the last wedding of 2009 and the first wedding of 2010 edited. Hopefully I’ll have some new pics to show you soon!
In the meanwhile, if you want to ask me anything, you can do so via this new site I’ve signed up for. Just pop your questions in the box below!
I was pretty chuffed when I was asked whether my pictures from Emily and John’s awesome wedding could be used in a double feature between two rocking UK wedding blogs, Rock’n Roll Bride and Rock My Wedding. As a photographer, I tend to tell stories via the pictures I post. The thing I really like about being featured in wedding blogs is that I then often get to read the other side of the story, as told by the bride herself. You can check the features out here: Part I & Part II.