“Day after” wedding sessions aren’t something done often in the industry, but they’re a special way for the couple to get ideal wedding portraits. With all the adrenaline and busyness going on during a wedding day, sometimes the moments escape for the couple to just be themselves. Once you view today’s black-tie day “day after” session in Texas captured by Sophie Epton, you’ll either be considering this option or wishing you had. The love between these two is adorable and the details equally so.
Today’s relaxed wedding inspiration in Savannah gives me another reason to have this charming southern city on my list of places to visit. Epically large oaks and Spanish moss set the natural backdrop for these images captured by Hannah Forsberg. It’s imaginable that one would be relaxed and full of happiness taking a stroll through this historic area. And with swoon-worthy wedding details like lush pastel florals, multiple hand-written calligraphy items, sparkly gems and a loving couple, this is the ultimate southern wedding styled shoot.
Every now and again you get a submission that not only is beautiful, but has the sweetest, most heartfelt words to go along with it. Hannah Browning gave me the story behind her photography career and explained to me her desire to work with brides who are so deeply in love with their partner at the end of the aisle and less worried about the details and decor of a wedding day. This riverside elopement inspiration shoot was Hannah’s first one planning and photographing, and it was inspired by the deep love of a couple who just wants their day to be about their love. I’m completely honored that Hannah decided to share her first styled shoot with me and my readers, so go ahead my friends, swoon away and keep an eye on this talented lady!
As a fine art wedding blogger, when I hear anything having to do with Erich McVey, I’m most likely swooning even before my eyes go over the imagery. And when you actually do see the amazing film images from one of his workshop sessions, like this one captured by Anne Brookshire, it’s even more swoon-worthy than you originally imagined. Today’s featured images were taken in a lush and lovely forest setting in Oregon, providing a serene backdrop for the bride. Loose, organic styling with a touch of glam in the headpieces are perfectly fitting for this beautiful setting.
Oh how I’ve fallen in love with today’s images. Fine art photography duo Justin and Amanda of The Happy Bloom recently attended the Michael & Carina Little Workshop and boy, did they capture some serious beauty. The workshop didn’t consist of your typical styled shoot sessions of bright color palettes, loads of florals and decor, but sessions with the theme of “embers” in mind. Justin and Amanda captured a boudoir session with several grainy black and white shots, reminding me why I love fine art photography so much. Black and white photos, stripped of their color, allow us to focus on the composition of the image – and these before us are utterly captivating.