Its been a quieter more snuggly weekend after a busy week. So I've enjoyed looking through a bit of this coffee table book Weddings and Movie Stars which came out earlier in the year.
As you might remember I have a bit of a thing about old hollywood weddings. The weddings are obviously glamourous and the dresses are beautiful but there also tends to be something quite simple too about how they celebrated. There often seem to be smaller numbers of friends and family and many of the weddings take place in registrary offices or city halls.
I love the book's cover photo of Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart. Apparently when they were pronouced married Lauren clapped her hands and said "Oh goody!"
The book has lots of weddings from the 1920s to the present day, including stills from films as well as real weddings. Its got my favourite shots of Elisabeth Taylor's wedding to Richard Burton, but there others too.
I like this photo from Marlon Brando and Anna Kashfi's wedding. The story goes that Anna was revealed to be from a Welsh shipping village after claiming to be an Indian princess.
Love this picture of Frank Sinatra and Ava Garner...
...And this one of Mick and Biance Jagger leaving Marylebone Town Hall
All in all a gorgeous book and lots of wedding inspiration. We think we may have found our wedding venue - although I'm trying not to jinx it by talking about it yet. I am thinking of starting a regular posting on novice wedding planning though. I'll be back soon. x