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Rustic Storybook Stylized Shoot | NY Wedding Photographer

Been dying to share these images with you… you may have seen a few sneak peeks on my website already.  After a lot of hard work and brainstorming with talented NYC Wedding vendors, a bunch of us took a trip a few hours upstate and pulled together this beautiful rustic storybook shoot for your enjoyment.  We were so thrilled that this shoot was published today on Style Me Pretty NY!

Our models Asiya and Ramon,  though you wouldn’t know by looking at them,  are not professional models, but a sweet married couple of 6 years who are soon to have their first child (Asiya was barely showing at all as you can see…).  They were so helpful and happy to be a part of this shoot, and I in turn was happy to give this couple, who didn’t have a professional photographer on their wedding day,  a set of their own wedding images to enjoy!

Other lovely vendors to work with were first and foremost my co-concept designer,  graphic designer Sofia Whiddon of Sia Designs and Event Coordinator Emily Stripling of Mustard Seed Events who in addition to coordination and event design did the florals too!  Other collaborators included bridal headpieces from Preston and Olivia and MacarOn cafe.

The morning light was to die for

These kind of photos were easy because they really are so in love!

Hard to believe she’s not a model, right?

Look at Sofia’s creative design for a save the date…a countdown window!  The pattern she came up with was inspired by art deco designs.

Lily - February 24, 2012 - 3:59 pm

LOVE this!!!

[…] (Above Left) 7. DIY Hessian Cloth Table Runner – Featuring the table number along the edge of each table runner, these neat and elegant table runners are dead simple to create. {DIY Tip} Once you’ve purchased your Hessian or burlap cloth and cut it to the preferred table runner size (allow for enough length so that the runner falls down each side of the tables), paint or stamp the table number on the ends of each cloth. {Featured by: The Pretty Blog| Shot by: Nikki Meyer Photography} | (Above Right) 8. DIY Literary Table Runner – These rustic storybook-inspired wedding table runners can easily be made from plenty of novel pages glued together to create a vintage table runner that replaces the need for place mats. Get the DIY here. {Shot by: Caroline Frost Photography} […]

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