I’m going to start implementing TBT’s here on the blog. Mostly because it’s the only way to casually play off the fact that I’m am THAT far behind.
I loved everything about this wedding. Starting with the gorgeous/sweet/kind bride. Casey wore a long sleeved dress which was absolutely stunning on her. Want to know something else thats stunning? These photos from Amanda Pomilla Photography. Not only is she an incredible photographer but I get to call her friend. Which may lead you to believe that I’m a little bias but. Let these babies be the judge!
I’m not even going to waste our time with excuses. I have neglected my website like a cat hoarder who gets too overwhelmed and forgets to feed all 2o4983094 of her cats. I apologize. You’re way more important to me than my hoarder cats. Unless you’re a cat person- in which case you’re equally as important to me!
I’m going to cut to the chase and share some pretty awesome pictures with you. If you’ve been around any given amount of time you’ll know I have a strong strong love for Loft Photography . So it’ll also come as so surprise to you that the following pictures are phenomenal. Not to mention my bride Ashley is gorgeous. Inside and out.
I had so much fun working with Renna on her wedding day. She, and her bridesmaids were hilarious and made the time fly by. We got to do hair and makeup for Renna and most of her bridesmaids and the moms!
I was contacted by the adorable.. and I mean ADORABLE girls at Loft Phtographie to help them with a styled shoot requested by the amazing designer of Bride La Bohemewho is based out of Australia. I am a girl who has a weakness for styled shoots, so of course I was happy to oblige!
I was warned told that there would be quite a bit of accessories and a small window of time. The number went from 30 something I think and ended up being over 50! Man, do I love a challenge!
The designer wanted organic, boho, romantic updos, which I think is my spirit animal. If there was an organic boho animal. Maybe like a boho horse or a goat? Totally googling that.
These are one of the first images that pulled up when I googled “Boho horse” and “Boho goat”. You know what? I’m gonna say horse. Horse is definitely my boho spirit animal.
As per usual I digress.
I arrived at the house where I would be getting the two models ready and styled them similar to pictures that were requested. Then, after picking my jaw off the floor from seeing all the gorgeous accessories and dresses, we hoped on over to this cool spot by the river. It was a looong day. The entire time was spent snapping (on film none the less!) pictures of one model while I changed out the other one, and then they were done with her, I’d go swap out accessories from the other model! Some of the accessories were switched from hair piece to belt, to bracelet. It was awesome the creativity you can use for these gorgeous pieces. (I need to trademark myself and one of the looks will just have to be gorgeous hair pieces worn with my normal casual t-shirt and jeans. ) It was CRAZY and SOOO much fun! So take a moment.. Enjoy the pictures below. I know there are a ton, but this is just a small fraction of how many there actually are!
*The pictures are out of order, but we started with updos and then at the end of the day took them down.
Ramie was (still is!) gorgeous, her bridesmaids and family were gorgeous, and her wedding was gorgeous. So this news comes as no surprise to me.
Coming from a military family and having close friends currently serving overseas I have a tender spot for people who serve our country. Oh and Ramie is half Korean! It’s like the perfect combo of love for me. Ramie was also funny, laid back, and super sweet. So this made working with her a dream. We got ready at Vintage Villas, where Ramie wanted a romantic and “messy” updo, with smokey eyes. She pulled off each look perfectly.