I love working with brides on their bridals sessions. I feel it really brings out some of their unique and individual personality.
This particular bride, Jasmin, had her bridals mini-session outdoors, near a gorgeous waterfall.
She also had not one, but two different bridal gowns to work with. Meaning we had two slightly different styles for her. One was classic bridal — soft and romantic, with a fuller skirt to give it almost a princess look, and even a small train.
For the other, she had a simpler choice, but with a bit more fun and sass to it — with a slit that clearly says “va va voom!” Since we were working with water, this second dress inspired us to try a few shots reminiscent of “The Little Mermaid” — you know, that moment when she first realizes she has legs and she’s human? The gown draped her in such a way that it worked well for that theme.
Jasmin opted not to use a veil for her bridals. Instead, she wore her long hair loose, with only a simple headband as adornment. She has such luxurious hair, who needs a veil anyway? She had a fantastic hair and makeup artist — which, for the record, is a great idea not only for a bridals session, but definitely for the wedding itself. Hiring a good hair and makeup artist for your wedding will make a huge difference for your portraits. The proof is in the photos.
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