Today we have a little Winter TBT by Julie Gee Photography! Central Park is one of the most classically beautiful locations in all of NYC with countless backdrops for some winter wedding inspiration. The timelessness of HB6979 made it a perfect choice for this shoot, and we love the styling with our flower sash and a knit sweater. Thanks to everyone that look part in such a magical styled shoot~
We had the privilege of working with both this bride and the groom! Sarah & Tim had such a loving energy about them from the moment we met them on a visit to the city. We are so excited to share their absolutely beautiful wedding day with you today. She is chic and elegant in HB6979 paired with a beaded hair clip (and we have to say Tim looks pretty dashing in his suit as well!) Huge thank you to Hoai-Huong Tran of Hopeless Wanderer Films for sharing your beautiful work and congratulations again to this truly lovely couple~
We absolutely love getting pictures from Kreativ Wedding Photography in Germany. There is such an elegant, brightness to the moments they capture, that it makes it difficult to choose between them! Christina & Sebastian's simple and colorful wedding in the sweet village of Solingen is the perfect example! She is beaming in our HB6979 from Victoria Rüsche, surrounded by pure love and joy on her special day. Thank you so much for sharing and many congratulations to Christina & Sebastian!
You can see so much love in all of Emma and KJ's wedding photos. This summer wedding in Richmond, Virginia at the Monumental Church and VA Historical Society could not be more perfect. Thank you so much to Alisandra Photography for sharing these images! Our beautiful bride is wearing HB6979. How we met: KJ: It was the Fall of 2009 and I had just started my junior year at James Madison University. I began to lead a small group of freshmen guys through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and one of my best friends Charity had started leading one for freshmen girls. It was during the New Student Retreat that my guys and I performed a skit to mock the stereotypes of freshmen life. As...
Happy Friday! We're heading into the weekend with some amazing images from a very stormy shoot at the Baltic Sea. When the forecast for one of Germany's strongest hurricanes came through, things looked quite dreary for Dina (wearing our HB6979 dress from Victoria Rüsche,) Lasse and their photographer, Katja. But with plans for this shoot already made, they continued towards the coast. With just a 15 minute window and a bit of fearless attitude, the result is truly breathtaking. Thanks so much to Katja Scherle of Festtagsfotografien for sharing this beautiful shoot and story with us! Many congratulations to Dina & Lasse!