Candy coloured fun inspiration with a dash of sparkle to brighten up your Saturday morning :-)
I love this retro aqua and pink styled engagement shoot, which is full of ideas perfect for weddings too. Think pastel blooms, an ombre layer cake and sparklers for starters.
Thanks so much to Audra Wrisley for sharing these images today, here is what she had to say about the shoot;
“For this shoot, we hoped to create a shoot of retro-styled engagement photos, hosted at Glen Echo Park. Glen Echo is the oldest amusement park in the US, and operated through 1960 as such! I loved imagining how many summer nights and love birds this park has seen throughout the years, and we hoped to create a spirit of sweet nostalgia with this shoot. I loved teaming up with such a fabulous vendor team, and a beautiful couple to create a shoot filled with these dreamy images! Together with Le Mariee on makeup and hair, Kelly Shore with Petals by the Shore, and an amazing ombre cake and table scape created by our lovely model Colleen, we crafted a beautiful shoot including tones of subdued reds, pastel aquas and pinks. Including a retro vibe with a modern twist, the model’s pastel pink hair and adorable A-line Vera Wang dress fit in perfectly with the vintage amusement park. We ended the shoot with a few sparklers and fireworks, which was the perfect ending to a steamy summer shoot!”
Charing and Pony reside in Hong Kong and decided to head to London for their sweet engagement session.
They popped by the uber pretty Peggy Porschen Parlour for tea and cake, followed by a park picnic and row on the lake. So simple, so romantic. Perfect.
Thanks so much to Sofia Plana for sharing her lovely images today.
“We meet 10 years ago, we were colleagues (in the first company upon graduation) and friends, 2 years later we started our love story and it’s the 8th anniversary.”
If you are planning on having a love shoot, you are just going to adore these inspirational images today.
Taking inspiration from the great outdoors; Kelly Brown Photographer and Rock Paper Square got together to create this shoot with real couple Jon and Shell. I adore the cosy blankets, rustic attire and woodland setting. Dreamy.
“Always ready for an adventure, Kelly Brown Photographer and Rock Paper Square teamed up to create this fun outdoor, camping shoot inspired by the beauty of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. They took real life (and in love!) couple, Jon and Shell, out to the remote Sidney Spit Island for a day of hiking, picnicking, music making and camping. The whole island was theirs for the day, to get lost in love and explore the beauty of nature and each other.”
Today we are getting getting edgy in the woods with this stunning anniversary shoot. It’s always lovely to get new and updated images of yourselves together and Storey and Marcus went all out with their session. I love the style and the dreamy woodland light. Magic.
Thanks so much to Rae Marshall Weddings for sharing these images today, here is she told me about the shoot;
“I got to know Storey and Marcus when I originally worked with them on their musician photos for their band, which is telling of the kind of couple they are. I fell in love with their edgy style and great hearts. They’ve been married for three years now and we did this session as a commemoration for their anniversary. I really wanted to incorporate a more artistic into my wedding and bridal images and these are the perfect people to make that happen! We DIYed the bouquet for the session using flowers from Trader Joes, and incorporated some other accessories for an extra artistic touch at Long Hunter State Park.”
We’re getting super dreamy this afternoon with Kyla and Keith’s beach and woodland engagement shoot. I adore Kyla’s beautiful words about their love story and just know you guys will too.
Time to get lost in these stunning images….
Thanks so so much to Natalie J Weddings for sharing her photographs with us today.
“A true-love story that started unlike the romantic stories that have come before (trust me)…
Our souls meet beyond time and space, it was a moment of recollection, a remembering of a connection beyond our physicality.
Brought together by a chance meeting years before, yet to ripen, we waited several years to ready ourselves for our potential that was yet to be realised.”