The traditional dress of an Indian wedding never fails to take my breath away. The colour, the beading, the detail is amazing. This shot from Jimmy & Dripan’s wedding (see more here) shot by Ruby RIdeout’s Dazzling Images floored me this week.Photo by Ruby RIdeout’s Dazzling Images
This photo of Amber and Ashley as captured by Aksent Photography made me feel like I was seeing something out of a musical! I have no idea of the story behind it, but I love it!Photo courtesy of Aksent Photography
There is something purely beautiful about this photo captured by Jonathan Wherrett. The vivid blue, the newlyweds Holly and Ben (see more here) only just visible at the end of the pier. How magical!Photo by Jonathan Wherrett
I adore this photo of Alicia and Alex (see more here) at their wedding last month captured by Justine Rugers of Xsight Photography. But what I really want to know is if Alex is wearing his kilt the traditional way! Photo by Justine Rugers of Xsight Photography.
I love this touching moment between Amy and her mother at her wedding to Ana. (See more here) There is nothing like the warmth of a mother’s hug. Captured by Leigh Miller Photography.It’s Mothers Day today! To my own mother, the most compassionate, strong and beautiful woman that I know, I love and admire you
Photographer of beautiful weddings Elizabeth Messina launched Kiss The Groom on Valentine’s Day. The blog is filled with short love stories of weddings, couples, babies and lovely photography to accompany it. The perfect site to lift your spirits, make you go gooey inside and make you sigh over the romantic and beautiful stories. I especially
I adore today’s photo- the post wedding emotion is blissful. The wedding itself of Mary and Craig (see more here) captured by Natnee Photography is beautiful and so Australian. There are green shoes, rolling hills gum leaf place cards, Akubra hats, an old tin shed and a bonfire.Photo by Natnee Photography