Let’s start this post off with some food pictures, shall we? Out of everything from this Tennessee Bridal Portrait styled shoot, I think the charcuterie board photos are my favorite. I mean, look how delicious! Even if you don’t like olives (ick!), the colors blend so well and everything looks so amazing. Yes, I snagged a piece of salami when the day was over. Who could resist?
Check out this cake, though! Such an amazing creation, and also an amazing flavor. This cake is lemon and rosemary flavored, and it tasted amazing! It wasn’t sweet at all, and my seven year old son even liked it! Yes, I saved him half of mine for after the shoot. Best mom award, I know. *takes a bow*
Of course, some photos of the flat lay that we had set up. I posted more from this flat lay in a previous blog post.
Now on to the bridal portraits. Summer was out of her element modeling for this bridal shoot, but she SLAYED it, amirite? She’s a photographer based out of Knoxville, TN, but she wanted to change it up and model in front of the camera. This shouldn’t be her first time doing so! Her work is phenomenal, check it out here!
Our last, but certainly not least, model was a bridesmaid, Haley. Haley also did makeup for this entire styled shoot, and she did an outstanding job. She is based out of Chattanooga, TN. She does modeling here and there, and she is fantastic at it!
I also pulled Haley aside to get some solo shots of her while other photographers were working with Summer alone. Isn’t she stunning?
Tennessee Bridal Portraits are an incredible way to get that extra time for photos in your dress, without the stress of being on your wedding day. You get all dressed up and come out anytime before your wedding day, or even the day before! Heck, bring your new husband if you want!