This is my journal on documenting love, finding joy, and living life to the fullest. I'm so glad you're here, and hope you enjoy your stay!
This is my journal on documenting love,
finding joy, and living life to the fullest. I'm so glad you're here, and hope you enjoy your stay!
Now that the wedding is over and she’s officially a MRS, I can share her bridal portraits! Usually, I have to wait weeks or sometimes even months before showing off bridals, but in Kellie’s case, we actually did them the Monday before her wedding! It was a little risky cutting it that close, especially not knowing what the weather would do, but thankfully we had perfect skies and cool breezes to play with her veil.
Kellie’s precious parents came along to help with adjusting her dress, holding flowers, and of course to admire their gorgeous daughter. I’ll admit that parents coming to the bridal session (or any session!) makes me a little anxious. Parents tend to point out when “your smile looks fake”, or “don’t do that with your face”, or “what is THAT look?” (Side note to all well-intentioned parents-of-the-bride: saying things like that is not going to make your daughter feel more confident! Please let me do the directing and just tell your daughters how beautiful she is. THAT will get more natural smiles. Trust me.) Anyways, my point is that Kellie’s parents were the exact opposite of this! They were SO sweet and just wanted to soak in this moment with their girl. Her Dad even picked flowers for her to hold and put one behind her ear for some photos. I mean, how adorable is that?! It was truly one of the most enjoyable afternoons I’ve had all spring!
Kellie, you are truly stunning, and you are blessed with two amazing parents. Thank you for sharing this day with me, and I hope you enjoy some of my favorites!
Girl! Those eyes are killer.
Some outtakes of Kellie with her Mom and Dad. Love!
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