These B+W Bridal Portraits for Morgan… I’m completely obsessed. The corset top on the wedding dress bodice is so flattering. And the soft semi-transparent loose sleeves on this wedding dress are dreamy. Morgan, who eloped with her new husband, Spencer, hired me to photograph a reveal shoot recently. She completely trusted me to choose the date, time, and location for the reveal session, which I’ll share soon. However, before we got to that, I shot a handful of B+W Bridal Portraits so she could display them at her wedding in February.
These B+W Bridal Portraits are special because of the little family touches. Her grandmother, for example, made her bridal bouquet. I’m not kidding! When I found this out during the session, I was floored. Morgan told me that her talented grandmother not only made this bouquet but did the flowers for a Golden Girls funeral. That’s big time! I love how this bouquet matched the vibe of Morgan’s wedding gown.
So, it’s January… not the most popular time to photograph B+W Bridal Portraits, but I wouldn’t change anything about this session. While it was a little chilly, I would prefer that to a super hot day where we would have to battle sweat and humidity. Honestly, I think the weather was perfect. So brides, if you’re considering bridal portraits but are getting married this Spring, you definitely should!
Talk to you soon,
To see Morgan and Spencer’s wedding portraits, check this out:
Timeless B+W wedding portraits
Want to see a couple other bridal portrait sessions? Check out the links below:
Emily’s Classic Southern Bridal Portraits
Bridal Portraits at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
Vogue Bridal Photographer