February 16, 2012#

Wedding portraits

A short time ago, good friend and wedding photographer Stephen Rotondo and some of his clients, kindly let me loose on some of his lovely photos, from which I’ve created some portraits perfect for using as save the dates or wedding invitations.

Firstly there’s Luci and Chris, who got married back in 2010.  Stephen took some anniversary photos of them on a lovely summers walk  http://www.stephenrotondo.com/luci-chris/.  They told me they both love the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s, so I’ve taken a great kissing shot and transformed them into Audrey and George for a fun film themed save the date!

Next up is Emily and Elwyn who had a great engagement session at Belsize Village, London http://www.stephenrotondo.com/belsize-village-london/.  I used a lovely natural looking shot of them to create a simple save the date with a vintage feel using a fabric background.  This style would work really well using some special fabric from the couple, perhaps from bridesmaids dresses or venue decorations.

Katherine and Chris had some great shots done in the woods, (where I also spent some time growing up!) http://www.stephenrotondo.com/bluebell-wood-peterborough/ Inspired by some lovely bright colours and pretty trees, this portrait is nice and simple and could be used for save the dates, front of invitations, or any other wedding stationery!

And finally, Stephen himself got married last year to the lovely Mell.  Their portrait has a very illustrative look, as I have included a backdrop of many of their favourite things. (Designed from original photograph by Dean Govier)

If you’re interested in a custom portrait for yourself or your own event then head to my Etsy shop for more details, or get in touch with me at jodicherry@hotmail.com

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