I am so happy to see Friday this week! We’re going to have a lovely family dinner to celebrate a special occasion and there will be so much food (and delicious wine I purchased this week!) What are you getting up to this weekend?
Here’s some of the news from around the wedding web!
Portobello Bride has launched a brand new site. I am dying for Kim’s first boutique wedding market she’s holding early next year, if it’s anything like Kim’s sense of style it is going to be an event not to miss! Plus if you’re a vendor you can apply to be a part of the market too!
Why I have not mentioned this new site launch until now I’ll never know but the queen of blogs Kathryn at Snippet & Ink launched her brand new site a few weeks ago. I adore Kathryn’s blog so if you haven’t checked it out yet, it really is a must see!
Over 1000 photographers are expected to rally on Sunday, 29th of August in opposition to the photo permit costs that are preventing photographers from taking photographs of landmarks (including Bondi). Led by landscape photographer Ken Duncan, it will take place from 10am at Campbell Cove in Sydney. Find more information on the Arts Freedom Australia website.
I have been quite smitten with the work coming out of Perth invitation studio Mitchell & Dent lately! They do letterpress. print and even bespoke wedding invitations all beautifully stylish with their own special flair.
They also have an online shop for beautiful paper creations including gorgeous prints, greeting cards and fun notebooks.
Here’s a few of my favourites…
“Vintage Floral” combines a fresh, stylish colour palette with beautiful typefaces.
“Honeycomb” is another on my “favourites” list with it’s modern clean and black lines with a splash of yellow
I am also head over heels for “Paper Heart” it has that relaxed, sweet vibe that I love so very much. It reminds me of potato printing we did at school (though mine never turned out as elegant as these!)
I recently received a lovely email from reader Sarah who thought I might be interested in today’s shoot. I was and I am, I love this gorgeous engagement session from Toowoomba, Queensland!
Photographer Darren of CKmetrophotos was contacted by Samara & Nick who wanted a “modern vintage” look to their engagement photos. They enlisted the help of Peter Downsteam Tourist Railway and Museum for some fun train photos and then headed for a picnic in the park in some of the beautiful gardens around Toowoomba.
I love the creativity in this shoot and I love the fact it’s Australian. Gives me a little patriotic thrill down my spine! Congratulations on your engagement Samara and Nick!