Heather is a dear friend of mine who recently celebrated her one year wedding anniversary. What better way to reminisce about that special day than to break out her wedding gown and capture a few intimate portraits of just her. I love shooting bridal portraits so much because they are done on a separate day from the tightly scheduled wedding and it really allows me to spend that quality one on one time with the bride.
Set against the breathtaking backdrop of the live oak avenue of the Wormsloe State Historic Site and the majestic marshes of Skidaway Island State Park, this dreamy bridal shoot is sure to inspire the hopeless romantic in every bride.
Photographed on 35mm film - Kodak Portra 160 truly gives these images an editorial and fine art element. From the ethereal Spanish moss covering the trees and the historic roots of Savannah, to the wildlife and natural beauty of its landscapes the city and it's landmarks provided the perfect location for our Southern bride, and a few forest friends as well. Our bride - Mrs. Heather Munn - looks stunning in her gorgeous beaded gown from "The Wedding Bell" in Tacoma, Washington.
Bride: Heather Munn
Dress: The Wedding Bell, Tacoma, WA
Photographer: Krista Lajara of KLP Studios
Location 1: Wormsloe State Historic Site, Savannah, GA
Location 2: Skidaway Island, Savannah, GA
I hope you enjoyed Heather's session, I'd love to hear from you - your thoughts or opinions. Or contact me to see how we can work together to document your bridal session!
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