The images I’m about to bestow upon you are some of my favorite images of all time. I’m still kind of looking at them in disbelief.
Like, did I TAKE THESE? Not that I doubt myself as a photographer, but these feel other-worldly. In a good way, obviously.
It definitely helped that I had two gorgeous people to model for me and the light was perfect and that gold dress rules and every detail was put together gloriously.
The venue, Express Clydesdales in Yukon, was so great. There were a ton of horses, a ZEBRA, lots of cute dogs, and everyone who worked there was truly helpful and generous.
The gorgeous dress our model was wearing is from Impression Bridal. The dress is gold, people. Swoon.
Hair and make up was done by Natasha Shipley Artistry. She was fantastic to work with and did a killer job.
The flowers (one of the prettiest bouquets I’ve ever seen) were from Poppy Lane Designs. The people over at Poppy Lane KNOW how to do flowers. The textures and colors were perfect for the shoot. There was cotton in the bouquet. I’m still freaking out about it.
All the vintage things were fabulous. I use that term rarely. Our Vintage Love supplied all the little vintage elements you’ll see in the photos. They looked so great.
The tabletop was also a thing of beauty. Vintage Tabletop Rental supplied all the stunning plates, napkins, silverware, etc. The table was so beautiful.
Andrea Howard Cakes did the awesome cake. It fit in perfectly with the rustic/winter/woodland theme.
The cute invitations were done by Invitations by Marianne.
The B & G (for Bride and Groom, yeah!) mugs were from Anthropologie. If it were up to me, every wedding would have something from Anthro in it.
The handsome groom was styled in Ralph Lauren and J. Crew.
It was an effort made possible by a ton of hard working, generous people. I had so much fun learning and shooting.
Without further ado, here are some photos. Enjoy.
[RIDICULOUSLY IMAGE HEAVY]