Posts Tagged ‘Kansas City bridal portraits’

Brandi S | bridal session

November 6th, 2012

I was looking forward to Brandi’s bridal session for quite some time, as she was bringing her whole menagerie along. LOVED it! Always love doing bridal sessions AFTER the wedding, so we don’t have to be as paranoid about the dress. Which is good since Brandi spent a good amount of time on horseback!

 

I was looking forward to Brandi’s bridal session for quite some time, as she was bringing her whole menagerie along. LOVED it! Always love doing bridal sessions AFTER the wedding, so we don’t have to be as paranoid about the dress. Which is good since Brandi spent a good amount of time on horseback!

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

Kansas equine bridal session

breaker

Susan’s bridal portrait session | 1617 Event Space Kansas City

June 19th, 2011

I was SUPER excited to go shoot Susan’s bridal portraits. A Southern tradition that is still standard in that part of the country, bridal portraits are fairly uncommon here in the Midwest and in my ever-so-humble opinion, that’s a shame! Susan’s family, however, has a tradition of having bridal portraits done and I knew when […]

 

I was SUPER excited to go shoot Susan’s bridal portraits. A Southern tradition that is still standard in that part of the country, bridal portraits are fairly uncommon here in the Midwest and in my ever-so-humble opinion, that’s a shame! Susan’s family, however, has a tradition of having bridal portraits done and I knew when she booked me for her wedding that they were planning the session. As you can see, Susan is a GORGEOUS bride – and the 1617 Event Space above Nara was a gorgeous setting for the shoot. Traditional and elegant – that was my goal for this session! Stay tuned for “Wedding Wednesday” this week, as you’ll see Susan again when I feature hers and James’ fantastic wedding, held yesterday (which gave me the official go-ahead to blog these images!)

Interested in bridal portraits of your own? I’d love to do a session for you. Shooting a quick bridal portrait is one of the most favorite parts of a wedding day for me – so a whole session is really enjoyable when I do get the opportunity.

Kansas City bridal portrait photographers

Kansas City bridal portrait photography

Kansas City bridal portraits

Kansas City bridal portrait session

Kansas City bridal portrait photographer

Kansas City bridal portrait photography

Kansas City bridal portrait session

Kansas City bridal portrait session

Kansas City bridal portraits

Kansas City bridal portrait session

Kansas City bridal portrait session

Kansas City bridal portrait photography

Kansas City bridal portrait session

Kansas City bridal portrait photographers

Kansas City bridal portrait session

Kansas City bridal portrait photographers