You read that right! It’s your turn! Every few Fridays I’ll show off something I’m a fan of here at JDcom. I’ve fan girled about everything from fashion to books but I never dreamt that I would finally be something that other people can tangibly say they’re a fan of. Jasemine Denise Photography officially has a merch store where you’ll soon be able to buy prints, Polaroids and other awesome things but it already officially has its first preorder underway. Find out how you can get a limited edition piece of JDP history!
Okay, okay. So Jasemine Denise Photography has been off the grid for a while. I’ve been dabbling in everything from learning about what it’s like to work with a hairstylist to whipping out the big guns and learning how to shoot studio work! As promised though, I have hopped in front of the camera, myself a few times!
Rebel of this party
I’m in love with all your danger, danger
We can live forever
I can be your pagan angel, angel
You like it smooth like brandy
Savour the flavour with delight
You can be Sid, I’ll be Nancy
‘Cause sometimes it’s more fun to fight
Wait, don’t touch that dial!
This shoot is brought to you by two amazing artists that aren’t me! B Ivy Creations has been rocking my hair for over three months now. I couldn’t have made the magic without his excellent hairstyling and cutting ability. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook to see how he’s making people look even hotter, one day at a time.
Shop Kinky Girly Accessories
You guys know I love Shop Kinky Girl and for my birthday I found the Twilla Collar and the Rozella belt. So worth it. I’m going back for the Leona Harness next. Andddd if you use the code “kgbabe”, you can get for 10% off your first order. Go get you some and stay tuned because I’ve got something cooking up for you Kings and Queens.
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This is one of the proudest moments of my young life. So proud that I couldn’t just let it all out at once. It had to be split up into two different blog posts because I simply could not contain the awesome. It’s not everyday that I can say that I flew to a different country to do a wedding. It’s not very often that you can say that you met one of your “internet friends” either. The wedding of Trish Dilligaf and Jonathon Stellmaker, now formally known as Mr. and Mrs. Stellmaker marked a milestone in my life.
Wedding Part One
I have always been both a lover of love and weddings. As a child, my father was a Wedding DJ and I’d seen a lot of first “man and wife” kisses. He would always go above and beyond, even stealing his own dances with the bride’s mom and friends. I remember at the early age of four being so impressed. I never would’ve dreamt I’d be traveling in his footsteps.
I’ve known Trish, who you guys may recognize as the boss babe behind Trish’s Hoods, for years conversing and bonding over the internet. Canada always seemed like a long shot but we didn’t care. Two flights later, there I was seated in the car of her fiance anticipating an amazing trip.
We were T-Minus about three or four hours from her wedding and I had never seen a wedding party so calm. There was no hostility, or rushing around.. It was simply just joy and support for the bride’s big day.
Fast Forward again.. One hour before the wedding. Everyone was in the heat of the hustle. After the bride finished getting her makeup done, she immediately went to work helping other people. It was adorable.
Dreamcatchers played such a huge part in the bride’s wedding. Each bridesmaid had their very own dreamcatcher accessory.
The groom’s mother even stopped in to check up on the party. She was glowing with pride and even held the mirror while her future daughter in law put the finishing touches on her own makeup.
Then came the final part of the wedding prep. The final moments before.. The moment that the bride was getting into her gorgeous dress. The thing that I absolutely loved about attending Trish’s wedding is that she had a team of gorgeous women behind her. These women were like her sisters; each and every one of them rushing to help her get into her dress.
The icing on the top of this amazing wedding preparation was when Trish sat down in her chair and brought her official Wedding Doc Martens out. Normally, everyone gets a fancy strappy shoe for the wedding day. Something diamond crested with a reminiscent of a Cinderella slipper. But she chose to lace up her white Doc Marten boots that she had refused to wear until her wedding day.
It’s officially time for Trish Dilligaf to become Mrs. Trish Stellmaker.
Part two coming soon…