Monday, 10 October 2011

Love Film

If you are planning a vintage style wedding on a budget, but are keen to capture every moment then a great idea is to ask a friend or two to download the 8mm App on to their iphone/ipad and capture your wedding in true vintage style.

The more time-consuming part is the editing of any clips to create a masterpiece, but hopefully your friends will be so in awed by all the great footage that they’ll want to donate their time to present you with a wonderful wedding gift.
When Emma got married this summer my husband and I captured parts of the day. I then (ahem - painstakingly) edited the footage to sync with Emma’s entrance song. I was pretty pleased with the end result. What do you think?

Wedding Wonderland from Rose Tinted Days on Vimeo.

However if you have budgeted for a videographer be sure to check out the gorgeous vintage wedding videos created by Mark W. Brown.

Sunday, 2 October 2011

Wedding Addicts Anonymous

We're Rose Tinted Days. And we are weddingaholics. Ahhem.

When you're wedding obsessed what do you do after your big day has long passed and all your close friends are either married or only in the first flush of a relationship? 

Becoming wedding photographers is one way to fill the void, but with no weddings for a little while a fix was needed.

In stepped the lovely Lula of The Golden Afternoon Tea Company, who asked for a helping hand on a wedding she was catering and styling with her vintage china, tablecloths and other gorgeous goodies.

So yesterday saw me serving tea and cake whilst ogling over the bride's gorgeous vintage dress from the fabulous Fur Coat No Knickers.

The wedding ceremony and reception were both held at the Union Chapel in Islington. A great venue for any DIY-ing London based brides-to-be!

Here's a few snaps of the set up to tantalise your taste buds.

Mmmm scones....

Ready & waiting
Let's go!