One of the hardest parts of my job is having to wait (with bated breath) to share images from projects that I have worked on. Today the wait is over for one of my shoots because one of my favorite blogs, Once Wed, is sharing this Sunrise Boudoir session!
The concept of a sunrise boudoir session on your wedding day is incredibly apt and a beautiful way to document your last moments before becoming a bride. It also offers you a way to stay present in these special moments of solitude before the wedding day begins. Rising early on your wedding day to capture these moments ensures that you will take the time out of a day of busyness to think about the weight of what this day will bring and offer quiet moments of reflection.
I had the pleasure of teaming up with one of my very favorite people (in general, but for work too) Beth Level who highlighted all of Marlie’s beauty for a hair and make-up look that is luminous and somehow comes across as effortless.
This was my first time working with Kimberly Seabury and as you can see, it turned out quite well. I’m already having to anticipate waiting a painfully long time to share the latest project we worked on together just last weekend.
I had been a fan of Gossamer Vintage for some time and was so happy to get to use three different gorgeous pieces of hers for this shoot.
I basically want everything in her shop (and probably closet). If I had no ego/insecurities/shortage of crinoline petticoat skirts I would constantly look like I just walked off the set of Dirty Dancing. So many vintage party dresses to lust after in her shop! Thank you for a wonderful team and to Once Wed for sharing this shoot, hop on over to their blog to see more.