I had the absolute pleasure of working with the incredibly talented ladies with Gypsy Floral and Events. It was soo much fun. I met Sunni and Emily out at Sunni’s parents house in Smithville. Can I just say, I wanted to steal her parents house. Can you steal a house? I’m going to google it.. and then I’m gonna try. It’s this adorable farm house out in the middle of the country, with acres separating them from neighbors. A white picket fence and hardwood floors. Her mom has this eclectic style that meshes soo well together. I wanted every single bit of everything in that house. Okay sorry, where was I?
Riiiight. The photo shoot. The girls with GFE contacted me asking if I was interested in doing an “enchanted forest” themed shoot. Who says “no” to something like that? So I mosied (spell check says that’s not a word, but I think spell check must be from up North) on down to said adorable house and met said adorable ladies and got started. They wanted something that would go with this incredible dress they had on loan so we decided on a whimsical updo that would be easy enough to take down for a second look.
The shoot itself was on a friends land which is also on my “to steal list”.
Julie Wilhite was the ah-mazing photographer who was so great to work with. I think with all of the photographer options out there, the talent is endless, but finding a photographer that really captures the beauty in people and in the details is soo important. Do you know what else is important? Hiring a photographer that’s fun to to work with. These folks are going to be all up in your face- and you you definitely don’t want one of those awkward boring photographers! Ms. Wilhite meets all said requirements!
The set up was breathtaking. Seriously one of the prettiest most awesome sets I’ve ever worked on. The talent here is endless. So much so that the shoot was featured on GreenWeddingShoes.com! <– click it to check out the actual feature.
Lets enjoy some awesomeness shall we?