I’ve never wanted to shave my head, but if I looked as gorgeous as this bride I might just change my mind! Marta and Yuri were photographed in Tenerife by Sttilo Photography.
“This was shot in the Canary Islands”, the Spanish photographers told me. “We love to visit different, magical lands so we went to Tenerife, eager to explore its corners, endless roads, and the red and black rocks on the slopes of Mount Teide.”
Mikee and Magdalena eloped in Las Vegas and didn’t get great wedding photographs. So when they got back home to Australia they decided to put their wedding outfits back on and create a wedding album that they could cherish forever.
“From the first email I sent back and forth with this bride I knew this was going to be something special”, explained Amanda of Peppermint Photography. “I wanted to do this shoot because I was drawn to this couple who do things completely on their own terms and in their own way. The shoot was not just to create the wedding album of their dreams, it was a chance to relive their special day and pass on an heirloom to their children.”
Erik and Hayley were married on May 4th and a few days after they went to the Saltair Salt Flats in Salt Lake City, Utah with their photographer for some unforgettable wedding portraits!
“While staying true to their Utah roots, Erik and Hayley wanted a landscape that strayed from the beaten path”, photographer Emmy Lowe told me. “The rugged terrain juxtaposed perfectly with Hayley’s classic dress that screamed unique while maintaining a classic beauty”
“From Erik’s hair to Hayley’s tattoos, they both placed their own unique signature on the shoot and proved that their individual rawness could combine to create something beautiful. My inspiration for this shoot was simple. I wanted something that highlighted them. Nothing to distract the real beauty which was their love.”
Hayley’s gorgeous dress was from Haroon’s Boutique and the flowers were done by Lilac and Honey.