The details, the dress, the location, the bride and groom, the fresh flowers, and the colorful elements of this styled shoot will have you wanting to throw a boho-themed picnic this summer...Read More
Y'ALL. (I feel like it's going to be a good blog post any time it starts with the word "y'all.")
I really can't even. I feel like this entire shoot is still a dream come true. When Kirstie asked me to do her engagement session, she had TONS of amazing ideas in mind. (Love a bride with killer ideas!) We wanted to create some kind of picnic setup. It was so fun to put some of mine and Kirstie's vintage pretties to good use! We headed out to Jacobson Park one evening to shoot their engagement photos until the sun went down and the staff [basically] kicked us out! YOLO, am I right?
This couple. This evening. Everything. If I were to pick an award for giddiest, most precious, undoubtedly loving couple; they would win all three. You can truly see how psyched they are to get to spend the rest of their lives with each other! It was an absolutely amazing experience to photograph such an in-love couple; one that I'll never forget. I absolutely adore each and every one of these images that we created together. They just show such an intimate, unveiled look at their love for each other.
It is an incredible feeling to see your friends happy. But to see your friends utterly happy with someone they will get to grow old with is an even more incredible feeling. I wish these two love birds a lifetime of love, happiness, and good times.
It's always a fun time when Emily and I can get out and shoot! The sweet owner of Miss Molly Vintage and I have done several awesome shoots together but I think this one is my favorite one yet! I loved Emily's vintage dress with the color scheme, the small town vibe and vintage, kitschy feel of the carnival. Head over to her blog to get the full outfit details!