Dream job update: Vogue Bridal Photographer. And I’m pretty sure Caroline and her Monique Lhuillier gown could get me there. So, I’m manifesting this out into the universe by writing this blog post.
I want to be a Vogue Bridal Photographer. Or photographer for Monique Lhuillier. I’m not going to be picky on this one. I’ve always loved wedding dresses and photographing brides on their most happiest days, so I am thankful that this is my profession. And thank you to brides like Caroline… and families like the Fox family, who call on me to capture their most perfect days. It is truly an honor.
Ok, so now on to the photos in this post. I was scrolling through some luxury wedding magazines (as a luxury wedding photographer, it’s important I do this) and I started really paying attention to the ads. Especially in the first dozen pages of a bridal magazine, I see tons of wedding dress designer ads. I started thinking: there is no reason why Caroline and her exquisite wedding gown from Monique Lhuillier couldn’t be right there in the magazine. So I thought I’d sketch a quick mockup of what it would look like. For manifestation purposes as well.
I just love that top image. If you look closely, the bride had tears in her eyes. You know… getting married is so special and emotional and beautiful. But also, it was windy. I’ll let you decide which was the true cause of Caroline’s teary eyes.
Check out my most recent blog posts:
- Under the Weeping Willow: A Sentimental Portrait Session with Scout and Avett
- An Evening with Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors: A Symphony of Connection at the House of Blues
- Inside Kristin Chenoweth’s Wedding: The Fairy-tale wedding of starlight and dreams.
- A Vogue-Inspired Masterpiece: Cortlyn’s Timeless Bridesmaids Shoot at Knotting Hill Place
- Josh Bryant and Kristin Chenoweth’s Rehearsal Dinner