Pro tip, don’t plan a styled wedding shoot on the same day as a parade in Downtown Nashville.
This shoot has now been featured on Nashville Bride Guide and Aisle Society so I thought it was time to share on my own blog. Courtney and I had been wanting to do a shoot together for a while and finally all the things came together for us to collaborate and this amazing ART was created. I have been a long time fan of her as a human and also her work as a photographer.
The goal was a warm and luxurious theme. Danielle, owner of Stella Rose Floral, chose a mixture of warm tones and spring pinks for the stunning bouquet.
High Tone Entertainment brought two fancy boxes of magic dust that created a fountain sparkler effect. Can you you imagine a few of these going off as you go in for that first kiss as a married couple or at the end of the night when you’re exiting the party? Just so pretty and no flames to hurt anyone!
With rain and wind constantly creating obstacles for photographers, it was amazing to have some shots of the bride playing with the dress in the wind.
Another pro tip, hire your hair and makeup artist for the day or at least until you are completely done taking pictures so that you can get some of these gorgeous, fun shots and then have your hair fixed from being rained on or wind blown