You can do a lot of things with one piece of fabric. With 12 yards of tulle you can transform a barn doorway, and create the image you see above.
A few months ago I gave away a bridal session to one of my 2015 brides. I did it because I actually think bridal sessions are a great idea. Not only do you get to wear your dress again, but you can shoot in a different space, create a unique look and capture something that embodies the feeling of being a bride. When we started planning Allison’s shoot, we talked about a lot of different locations and in the end, we kept things simple and used the barn of a family friend. I knew the tulle would transform the space but I don’t think I could have planned how beautifully it turned out.
Allison. You are seriously owning this image – and the whole session!! – I can’t wait to share more. Isn’t she effortlessly gorgeous?
You can see a little behind the scenes and watch us hang the tulle in my first periscope post – aptly named “untitled” because I wanted to throw off any competitors- ha! I’m totally kidding, I just was too busy getting it started to name the post and too much of a mom to figure out how to rename it. You can find me on periscope @marydougherty and I plan to share more business behind the scenes and invite you to come on some of my adventures.
Allison and Chris were married this past Friday. It was a gorgeous day in the finger lakes and the view at Bristol Harbour did not disappoint. You can expect to see more of them in the next few weeks and if you spend the rest of today planning your own bridal session let me know!