Rustic Vintage Wedding with beautiful shoes….by Tino & Pip Photography


How is everyone on this Monday? It is meant to be the gloomiest day but after a fabulous weekend of relaxing and spending time with family and friends – I can not help but be happy today!!!  🙂 After my last post here on the beautiful vintage inspired shoes by Harriet Wilde – I got sent this beautiful wedding by Penny from Tino & Pip Photography which ties in nicely with the shoe theme….especially since the brides shoes were by Harriet Wilde too – what a lovely coincidence! 🙂

How gorgeous are these shoes? 🙂

Such gorgeous detail on the shoes…

Here is Penny’s from Tino and Pip Photography’s account of the wedding day – this can also be viewed over at their blog too.

The lovely Laura & Chris were married in November this year, shortly before the all that snowfall. The girls’ morning preparations took place at Laura’s beautiful family home in the country. The house was filled with family photos and memorabilia, fabulous for photo backdrops! Paula made the most fabulous job of styling the girls’ hair, effortlessly swept into place and adorned with pretty gems! Their make-up complimented perfectly Laura’s winter berry theme, applied by the lovely Fiona. We soon came across the dress by Alan Hannah, delicately beaded around the neckline for a stunning vintage feel. “I didn’t want a strapless dress, and I loved the sparkles on the straps and the vintage looking jewels on the front of the dress. I feel in love with it as soon as I put it on.”

The wedding just had so many details which were beautifully captured by Penny and Martin…here are some of my favourites:

The flowers are beautiful and a gorgeous combination of creams and pinks with the winter berries and greenery to add the rustic twist to them!

Look at the happy bride arriving….

and leaving as a married lady….with her new husband in tow! 🙂

Penny sent me sooo many pretty images from this wedding, it was really hard to pick from them all and I don’t want you to not be able to view them all so decided to upload them all for you to peruse at your leisure….enjoy every last detail (as its taken ages to upload them all! Hehe!)

Lots of Love Vintage Tea Love xoxo

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11 Responses to Rustic Vintage Wedding with beautiful shoes….by Tino & Pip Photography

  1. sarah says:

    Dear lord that Bride is stylish! Beautiful wedding – beautifully captured by a super-talented duo! x

  2. I just love these images – and the berries in the bouquet are fabulous – bit of a berry fan at the moment, especially as I am planning a December wedding! X

  3. Thanks for stopping by ladies…yes the bride is soo super stylish & definitely captured brilliantly by Tino & Pip!
    Ooh, hope this has provided abit of inspiration for your december wedding – would be fab!!! The berries just give it a really nice rustic feel!


  4. Gemma Williams says:

    Ohh I really love the vintage details and those shoes are gorgeous. Beautiful photos.

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  6. Hi Gemma

    Thanks for stopping by! Yes, all the vintage details are sooo beautiful! The shoes are to die for too! 🙂 xx

  7. loulabellewb says:

    Oooooooh those shoes! GORGEOUS! xxx

  8. Hannah says:

    Stunning colour palette and beautiful bride. Love the style of photography too. Just brightened my day x

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