The second installment of the Fire and Ice styled shoot: Ice.
If you're like most brides, your wedding day was SO. BUSY. And than can mean a lot of things, but what it usually means is that you don't have a lot of time for pictures. But don't fear! Wedding portrait sessions are here! You don't have to wear your same dress, or re-create your same wedding, but you can have tons of fun with lasting memories. This is Jo and her husband (who will remain nameless) and they own High Cotton Acres in Burlington, NC and they found themselves in this same situation - not a lot of time for portraits on their actual wedding day. So Jo created these amazing settings to re-create their wedding portraits and I was lucky enough to be behind the camera.
Venue: High Cotton Acres
Model: Jo Folz
Set up and Florals: Jo Folz
Make Up: Mikki Alfred, Lavishly You Make Up Artistry
This session might be my favorite of all time. I don't often get to video and take photos at the same shoot, but this styled shoot was the perfect opportunity! This couple was so fun to work with and the model is actually a photographer herself - so she totally gets it!
Venue: Carlee Farm
Planner/Photographer: The Wild Bloom Co.
Staging: Mint to Sell Staging
Flowers: Every Bloomin' Thing
Stationery: Creative Lyns
Hair: Hair Art by Naomi
Model: Laura Memory Photography
Dress: Gilded Bridal
Photographers: Melissa Toma
Echoes by Simone
Elizabeth Ellen Photography
Cake: Frosted Bee Bakery
Photo/Video: Gold + Sage
Meet with Walker Family: Ian, Ashley, Jude, Channing, and Brooks. These 5 are CRAZY and I love them. I’ve known the walkers for about 3 years and I’ve watched these kiddos grow up through preschool and into little tiny humans with BIG personalities! Their Christmas family session was full of giggles, jokes, and running around like crazy!