I am just plain IN LOVE with this bridal session from Jennie Andrews Photography. Unless you ARE the bride, sometimes it’s difficult to truly enjoy all of the multitudes of photographs of a girl in her bridal gown. You have to love the gown, love the location, love the accessories… In this case, that’s exactly how I feel! I just love everything! It helps that the bride looks so ridiculously happy; who needs an ALL serious bridal session?
Carmen Ash Photography was there to capture Jessica’s downtown Charleston bridal session. Jessica looked gorgeous in her Romona Keveza gown from Maddison Row, one of Charleston’s sweetest bridal boutiques. And her stop at the Cannon Street Fire department was oh so pretty, urban, and special, as multiple members of Jessica’s new family are firefighters — even her husband!
We are of the opinion that Laura Gordon Photography has a truly awesome style. This romantic bridal session is inspiring, stunning, and utterly beautiful. Reminiscent of watercolor paintings, each image, to us, is like an artistic masterpiece. The bride, Jessica, wore a ruffled wedding gown and her mama’s cathedral length wedding gown. To make things even lovelier, her little dog came along for the session, which took place at the venue where she’d soon marry her husband-to-be. Congratulations, Jessica and Andrew!
We think Anna’s backyard bridal session is one of the sweetest Southern things we’ve ever seen. Her portraits were captured by Sarah Ingle Photography, one of our preferred wedding photographers, and the location was the bride’s grandma’s house. Is there anything sweeter than fond memories, family, and a perfectly vintage bedroom? No, we don’t think there is! And Anna in the backyard in her wedding gown is practically ethereal and definitely darling, y’all.
This vintage bridal session from Jennie Andrews Photography is just lovely. The bride, Valerie, “borrowed” her mama’s vintage wedding dress from the 1970s, with a plan to surprise her with the bridal portraits on the night of Valerie’s rehearsal dinner. The dress, which is stunning and gorgeous with the bride’s floral crown and fur coat, cost $50 when Valerie’s mama first put it on layaway. We’re so glad it was so well-preserved these last years so that Valerie could rock it in Knoxville.
Her fur coat, her rustic bouquet, and the surprise visit of a flurry of snowflakes make Valerie one of the prettiest, happiest brides we’ve ever seen. We love that the session isn’t focused on how elaborate or expensive the gown is, because we firmly believe this time in your life isn’t all about that. It’s about finding your true love, being happy, being blessed. Beauty is truly not about the clothes you wear… although we think this dress is perfect! And this Knoxville bridal session has us feeling completely inspired.