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ellie of mint

so beautiful!

ANNA M.

love these shots -- so creative. so cool

Jonas Peterson

Thanks so much for this, Joanna. It's funny, I've been in advertising as a writer for ten years and I've never even come remotely close to the praise I now get as a photographer. It just blows my mind. Thank you, thank you. x

duet letterpress

so beautiful! i don't think i'll ever tire of looking at beautiful wedding pictures.

[just discovered your blog + love it!]

Honora

Oh my. What beautiful photos of what looks like an even more beautiful day. Just popped over from {frolic!} and love your blog!

by JOS

Jonas - you are so very welcome! I have a feeling i will post more of your works in the future!

Duet Letterpress + Hondor - thank you so much! means a lot to me!

Katarina

Hi Joanna.

Thank you for posting this. I did the graphics and tablesetting for this wedding :-) It´s my best friend who got married and it has to be said. It was the best wedding ever! And Jonas captured the atmosphere perfectly!

joanna of simple blueprint

Katarina!

Thank you for sharing! Do you have a website? It is stunning!

Joanna

Wedding Bells

One of our most beloved wedding traditions is the white wedding dress. Many historians claim that the vivacious French queen, Anne de Bretagne, was the first to start this most cherished of wedding traditions by wearing a white wedding dress in 1499; however, there remains some speculation as to the veracity of this claim. Another 160 years would pass until accounts of Mary, Queen of Scots' marriage to the French Dauphin in 1558 also claimed she wore white. In most cases, the white wedding dress is commonly attributed to Queen Victoria of England, however, who in 1840 married Albert of Saxe-Coburg, clad entirely in a white gown that was adorned with some of her own prized white lace. But, as far as wedding traditions are established, it still took awhile for brides to catch on to this new idea; it was, after all, very hard to clean a white dress and keep it that way in those times. Another sixty or so years would pass before brides had the resources to wear white wedding gowns routinely and keep them spotless.


festklänningar

White wedding dress is a perfect mach for the bride in wedding day!!!

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