Topsy Turvy Bridal Shoot
August 6, 2009
After the great response both here and on
my twitter to Melissa & Phil’s fabulous ‘Day of the Dead’ wedding, I thought it only right to share Melissa’s amazing bridal shoot too. She is wearing her Maggie Sottero dress and Topsy Turvy Designs little top hat again of course. This girl is one serious hottie right?
Emily Gualdoni Photography
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