I have been anxiously waiting to share my favorite images from last week’s styled 1920s inspired bridal session! I am a HUGE fan of the Edwardian Era (and basically anything pre-1950) and could not wait to put something like this together. In fact, the reason why I pushed so hard to launch this new website over the weekend…was specifically to share these images with everyone! Excited doesn’t quite seem to fully express my giddiness at this very moment.
When the Omelia Gown was suggested to me as the wedding dress for this project, I was immediately reminded of Downton Abbey and the Edwardian Era. The lace detailing of the shoulders is reminiscent of the art deco movement, and thus, I was sold. And a little jealous to be behind the camera instead of in this gown, to be quite honest!
This entire session could not have happened without the amazing collaboration that went into bringing it all together. My mind is still spinning with how overwhelmed and thankful I am to have worked with such a wonderful group of Houston vendors! A huge “Thank you” to Sarah, Jenna and Brian, Cynthia of BHLDN-Highland Village and all her helpful ladies there, Jen, Rachel, and Kim! And many thanks to my good friend Christa, who gave me the
over-the-cliff-shove nudge that I so desperately needed to step outside of my comfort zone, and do something that I didn’t think could be accomplished any time soon. THANK YOU! ♥
Here is a list and links to all of the fabulous vendors who helped make this styled bridal session a success!Dress and Jewelry: BHLDN – Highland Village Hair & Make-up: Jen Marine Makeup Artistry Calligraphy & Stationary: Rachel Nieman Bouquet: Billabong Fresh Flower Farm Venue: Tiny Boxwood’s