I’m loving all these inspiration shoots this week – and there are still more to come for the rest of May! My, my haven’t all the wonderful suppliers been busy?
“I cannot even count how many times I have watched ‘Cry Baby’ as a teenager.” explains shoot creator Lau Delpech of French Made, “What attracted me the most were its rebellious characters who managed to break their subculture taboos. On this 50’s inspired styled photo shoot, I wanted to recreate that spirit by not only including moody type tattooed models but also an unconventional bridal colour scheme.”
It’s now such an honour to present to you how this cast turned my vision into these bright, eye pleasing creations, brilliantly captured by Kat Forsyth Photography and Piece Of Cake Films at the iconic Ace Café in North London.
What is Pinterest?
If you haven’t already seen it, then you’re going to be ridiculously excited! Pinterest is just a online scrapbook or notice/pinboard and it’s SO GOOD!
This is what my Pinterest looks like. It’s full of the stuff I love such as owls, cakes, home decor and most importantly, tattooed weddings.
With Pinterest, it’s SO easy to add stuff to your boards when you’re out and about with the app, or if you’re at your desk or laptop, you can easily add the “Pin It” button to your Bookmarks.
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So, when I’m getting the next Divine Without The Dollar post ready, I’m also pinning stuff to my Products I Love Board when I’m on ModCloth and Etsy! Also, when I post a real wedding on Marry Me Ink, I also pin a photo from this post to the Tattoo Wedding board!
So, why am I telling you all about Pinterest today? Well, It’s exciting to announce that Pinterest is launching officially in the UK, with some more exciting additions and features for the website! Continue reading
Today I get to share with you an inspirational shoot that took place at Kelmarsh Hall by wedding photographer Casey Avenue.
“In September last year I collaborated with some super cool industry friends to shoot this bridal shoot. I didn’t just want it to be about the brides but about Him & Her!”
I wanted to portray the build up to the ceremony, the magical moment of going from you to a BRIDE or a GROOM! It’s one of my favourites parts of a wedding to photograph. The biggest thing I wanted to do was to show how cool our local suppliers really are. Continue reading