Last August I was invited to take part in my first editorial photoshoot for Seacoast Weddings. The article is entitled "A Celebration of Color" and seven different wedding colors were to be photographed. I was assigned to Team Lilac (or Team Purple as we called ourselves!) and it was delightful to work with new and old wedding vendor friends:
Here's the magazine and the two pages for Team Lilac:
As you can imagine after a full morning of photographing my "bride and bridesmaid" and then spending the afternoon photographing the table and all of the details there were a TON of pictures so I'll share some additional/larger versions here for you to enjoy. Katy is wearing the Lotus dress by Siri in the color Iris, I loved the pleating on the top:
I had way too much fun with Bridget and Katy. It kind of makes me want to put together an end of year party and invite all my couples so I can see everyone again and they can meet each other - is that weird?
Who says that bridesmaids have to carry bouquets? This is the Rose Tulip Mini dress by Lynn Lugo from Flair (side note I interviewed the Flair team last year and you can read more **here**)
We did both traditional flower centerpieces and elegant candle arrangements:
I'd totally photograph Anna and Andrew's wedding if they were real people"
I am sure that Bridget will not mind that pretty much every picture of her involved a martini glass. Alas, it was filled with only water but Bridget is an excellent fake martini drinker :)
Letterpress menus inside and out:
[You have to sing the next part of my blog out loud to the tune of "These are a few of my favorite things" please]
Cupcakes and tulips,
Purple and lilac.
Chargers and glassware.
Professional airbrushed make up and hair.....
...these are a few of my favorite things!
And if you missed yesterday's blog post about Erin & Jeffrey's robot-themed real wedding that was featured in Seacoast Wedding you can catch up **here** or see Arianne & Roger's real wedding published in The Knot Boston magazine **here**.