I was pretty thrilled when Korie told me she wanted to shoot her bridal photos downtown and stick with her Gatsby wedding theme. I was already aware of just how mind-blowingly gorgous her dress was, so when I pulled up to the church and saw her standing there with her loose curls and metallic shades, I became just as excited as I was the day of her wedding.
We walked around until the sun set, shooting through the changing fall leaves on the trees and in the brick streets of downtown Amarillo. The soft light of the sun fluttered across the millions of sparkles on Korie's dress and she looked truly magical. I'm so glad I got to see this dress in action one last time!
Flowers | Parie Designs
When this sweet thing booked with me a few weeks ago, I thought it would be your average portrait session.
It was one of the coolest, most fun and unique shoots I've ever done. This girl has some serious style and a firecracker personality. She's also super gorgeous. Obviously.
When she first told me she wanted to shoot at her dad's house, I thought, "Greeeaaaaaat. This'll be interesting." It was definitely interesting in the best way possible. As soon as I walked in the front door, I was pumped. It was the coolest mid-century modern styled house I've ever seen in person. The windows were huge, the furniture was upholstered in purple velvet, there were Eames chairs, tapered legs, and starburst clocks. It was a dream.
It was such a fun setting to shoot in. We even went out to the backyard and Kacie posed by the original tile pool.
All of these photos were taken for Kacie's blog. Check it out for fashion tips, bubble bath recipes, makeup secrets, and how to dye your hair gray. Ha! But really, it's awesome.
Can't wait to shoot with her again next month!