Thursday, April 5, 2012

Styled Bridal Shoot | A Brooklyn Bride


Combining my passions for fashion and wedding photography, I recently set out to marry the two as I created my very first styled bridal shoot. And here's what we came up with...


Carrying you through the story of a young Brooklyn couple celebrating their love, theirs is a quiet elegance, allowing for an organic unfolding of their wedding day. They lavish in the many beautiful moments... stealing away for a private exchanging of vows with an intimate ceremony in Brooklyn's beautiful Prospect Park, and rounding off their perfect day picnicking in flowered fields - complete (of course!) with a celebratory bottle of champagne.


And while this day might be simple, its a far cry from modest! Sparing no detail, the bride is embellished with shoes specially customized for this occasion with the addition of braided blush ribbon and strands of black gemstones. She is adorned with a gown customized by a local master of exquisite wedding couture.


The beauty of this day is in the attention to detail and personal touch. With a unique and refined aesthetic, this bride offers a gentle nod to her native Brooklyn... exclusively featuring local designers in the most important elements of her day!


Oh, and if you make it to the end of all the photos, there might just be a little treat there waiting for you! (hint: It's the short film from the day!)


To read more about the making of this styled bridal shoot, check out my previous blog posts here and here.


Photography: Melissa of MLKL Photography Cinematography: Oh Darling Films | Stylist: Angelina Vivace | Models: Sam Mae (3M Models) and Deric Mickens (Soul Artist Management| Makeup: Brandalyn Fulton | Hair: Renee Locher Dress Designer: Samuelle Couture | Wedding Rings: Fitzgerald Jewelry | Other Jewelry: Lina Lex Designs























































Prospect Park Wedding shoot - March 23, 2012 from Oh Darling Films on Vimeo.

1 comment:

  1. Just stunning! Fabulous work again! Love the video, too. Feel so lucky to have the glimpse backstage of everything that went into it. Look forward to your next entry - Liz R

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