We walked and walked, but it was all worth it when we arrived at the summit and saw the majestic rolling fog cliffs, it was straight out of National Geographic. My heart was in a different place for this shoot, I couldn’t believe that I was in California again, and seeing this beautiful scene. I also was able to use a medium format film camera for a portion of this session, can you guess which images are film and which are digital? Also, can we please just take a moment to appreciate the beauty of the Claire La Faye gown, and how the silk ribbon from Poetry of Silk moves like music in the wind.
I am so thrilled that one of my favourite wedding blogs HOCHZEITSGUIDE featured this shoot, see the full feature HERE. I took this collection while attending the Tyler Rye Workshop earlier this year. I fell in love with each and every vendor from this workshop, and I feel so lucky to have been part of such an amazing experience. Another one of my collections from this workshop was featured on the wedding blog UTTERLY ENGAGED, you can find the link to that feature HERE.
VENDOR LOVE | STYLIST: Smitten Kiss | FLORAL DESIGN: Vo Floral Design | GOWN: Kinsley James | SILK RIBBON: The Poetry of Silk | HAIR & MAKE-UP: Faces by Emily | CAKE: Cindy’s Little Cakery | FURNITURE RENTALS: Lost & Found Vintage Rentals | RING: IO Collective | STATIONERY: Crimson Letter | TABLETOP: Seventh Heaven Vintage | CHAIRS: The Chiavari Guys | MODEL: Heather Love Whiting | FILM LAB: Photovision Prints