When this next session ran across my screen I was so super excited! Not only because the photos, details, and the bride herself are amazingly stunning, but because I loved the entire concept. You see, this session was gifted to the bride. As many of us are, Kate was on tight budget for her wedding. She wasn’t able to have a photographer capture her gorgeousness and the sweet deets of the day, so to make sure she had something to remember the day, she was given a session with L’art Orange Photography. Now, I’m not sure about you, but that beats a toaster oven any day in my book!
From the photographer:
As a wedding gift, this young bride received a bridal session. I was beyond thrilled to do it for her, to make her feel the excitement of getting dressed up again and having her oh-so-wanted bridal session. She’s a true natural beauty and her whimsical style shines through in this session full of simple and gorgeous details. The bride styled everything herself, a true do it yourself-er.
Jane did such a beautiful job styling this session that it almost makes me sad we couldn’t peek at her wedding. Then I start staring at that fantastic hair piece and get lost in the bride’s eyes and am just so happy to see this piece of art, that it puts everything in perspective. As Analy from L’art Orange so well phrased it,
Sometimes expensive china and wedding registry gifts are overrated; the most simple and thoughtful of gifts are what really makes a couple feel special. This bridal session is by far one of the most special gifts she received.
I love this idea, because the only thing better than the happiest day of your life, would be getting to re-live it! We can’t thank Jane’s fairy photo-gift-fairy for granting this wish and choosing L’art Orange Photography to capture every sweet summery detail. Congratulations Jane, and thanks for putting this together so perfectly. We hope you a million more magical moments like this!
Date: May 9, 2013
Location: Duluth, GA
Photographer: L’art Orange Photography
Hair & Makeup: Mariana Navarro
Dress: Barbara Allin
Hairpiece and Bracelet: Daniel Herrera Designs
Submitted via Two Bright Lights