I want to become a society lady Rockin' a new rock?!

Dear sweet brides! Guess what? This post is not 100% for you. I know, right? What the heck? So as to appease any potential outrage (mild as it may be) I’m providing you with some pretty pictures. Then I’m going to take a moment to chat with photographer stalkers that LOVE wedding blogs as much as any bride.

Brides, might I suggest a hop across the pond to Studio Cabrelli? Where you’ll find TONS of European weddings with unique flair and pizazz like…

…this wedding cake:


…this wedding party:


…this wedding dress:


…this church and getaway car:


…and venues like this:


Okay, pssst! Photogs. While we’ve got the brides meandering through vast scores of Eurpoean weddings, I’ve got a little something to share with you. Jasmine Star, who, besides being a totally adorable gal, possesses bubbly writerly skills, a good dose of gumption and photog savvy, recently contacted the editor of InStyle Weddings to ask for some tips on how photographers can get their weddings published. And I’m so glad she did. Because it’s an article every photographer should read. Not only because this will help us wedding bloggers, but also because getting published means YOU getting more traffic and hopefully more business. In honor of all my readers that aren’t brides, but rather photographers, I wanted to make sure I shared with you something I couldn’t have said better myself!