If you guys have been keeping up with our instagram then you’ll know that last week we were in Salt Lake City with Cricut! We’re going to be sharing more about why we were there next week but for now we wanted to share with you a bunch of the colourful walls and murals we found whilst we were there and their locations! So if you’re heading out to Salt Lake City any time soon then be sure to grab a few snaps in front of these fun backdrops! (Also a big thanks and shoutout to The House That Lars Built & Hot Pink Style for the helpful tips too!)Details
I love the influence of 60’s America – the fashion, the music, the style, an era of peace, love and creativity. The idea for today’s 60’s inspired shoot was an old American TV show, ‘Love American Style’. It’s for the bride who is bursting with love and hope and in this time of unsettlement and unease and I couldn’t think of a better time to share it with you.Details
You guys know how much we love Instagram! It’s where we have found some of our most loved blogs and photographers and we are always looking for new people to follow. Being such a visual platform, it isn’t surprising that there are ton of accounts run by professionals so we are going to let you in on 20 of our favourite creative photographer’s feeds to help you find the perfect one for you!
Shooting across Australia and the world, Mitch Pohl captures “the special moments in people’s lives” and “in images that they can treasure forever.”
Formerly from Perth, Glenn & Laura recently relocated in to Bristol – “We’ve been together for nearly 11 years and married about 3 – during which time we’ve adopted four of the most amazing and spoilt cats in the world. Seriously. We’ll sit on the floor all night watching tv if one of them looks super comfortable on the couch. In turn though – they have to put up with non-stop squeezes and having top 40 songs reworded using their names and sung to them. We said they’re spoilt, not necessarily happy…”
Amy Gray is an LA based photographer – “I am drawn to fun, vibrant, images as well those that are sincere and poignant. Weddings are an unabashed mix of joyful lightheartedness and raw emotion. I seek to capture both sides of your day so that you can look back at your wedding collection and remember the way you felt, allowing you and to revisit the range of emotions your day held. ”
Hector and Charlie, are the husband and wife team behind ‘We Heart Pictures’ and are based in London – “We could say we are the antithesis to traditional wedding photography. Our approach is purely as storytellers. We blend into the background and capture images as naturally as possible, putting our vision and style in the frames we make… Our photography is bold & creative, aiming to tell stories and document the real moments with striking compositions.”
An LA-based photographer who specializes in bright, vibrant imagery – “I’m inspired by bold colors, natural light, and by the way photography allows me to capture the most beautiful aspects of life… I consider myself a “photographer of happy things” – shooting everything from weddings and engagements to fashion bloggers, lifestyle inspiration, and restaurants.”
LA based photographers, Caroline + Jayden are a husband and wife team – “On most days, you’ll find us with a camera in our hands or a macbook pro on our laps [editing] while we watch reruns of breaking bad, mad men or arrested development.”
Named as one of Martha Stewart’s top photographers, Katie Stoops is an American photographer – “I use both film + digital equipment. Each has their own beautiful + unique qualities which allows for timeless images… You can find alot of my work in Brides, Martha Stewart Weddings, Southern Weddings, Southern Living, Inside Weddings and Style Me Pretty.”
Alternative Wedding photographer, Dale Weeks is based in London & Brighton – “For the last 3 years I have had fun shooting weddings all over the UK, from the beaches of the south coast, the mountains in Wales, London, Cornwall and even the South of France. My job has taken me to many places, but I get my kicks from meeting couples in love – and usually couples that I have a lot in common with. It doesn’t matter if it’s a modern wedding, alternative wedding, hipster or trendy wedding – as long as you’re in love then it will shine through in your photographs. My main focus, whatever type of wedding, is to capture the emotion and feelings that make the day special and unique to you – not stopping the flow of your day to pose or ask you to say cheese…”
Alexandra Wallace is a based on the California coast – “Mainly specializing in fashion and fine art wedding photography. I have traveled up and down the West Coast, across the country, and even through Western Europe. I am well-versed in both digital and film photography, and like to think that my work walks a line between editorial and candid photography.”
Jose Villa is a fine art wedding photographer known across the world – “My approach applies fine art photography to the living, breathing, fast moving phenomenon that is a wedding… My goal is to craft vibrant, energetic, fine art images that are as unique as the people in the photographs.”
Located in Central NJ, Kay English’s photography can only be explained as a lot of whimsy with a dash of sunshine! – “Available for destination weddings, I am looking to capture God’s love in every picture. My style is fresh, romantic and candid. I am unobtrusive and believe the most beautiful moments occur when they are unexpected.”Details
I’m not sure weddings can get much cooler than the one I am about to share with you! These two had planned their entire wedding and had everything ready to go when they both decided it actually wasn’t what they had wanted. They were listening to a lot of people’s advice instead of listening to their hearts and in the end decided that getting married in Vegas was something they would both LOVE! And so…they eloped!