Passion projects are inspirational, fun and an important way to foster creative growth and express artistic style. They are time consuming, challenging and so very worth it. Last summer, Mila and I came up with the idea to create a styled photo shoot for the winter season that would be visually dramatic and Gothic in […]
We had an adventurous afternoon photographing all around McKinney. We started off at Gather and worked our way through the quaint town square. It was there that we happened upon a beautiful vintage pickup that just happened to pretty much be an exact match for our wedding brand color. Finally, we found a lovely sun drenched field and waited for the magical time just before sunset.
We have known Diana since she moved in next door and have known Mike since they met and started dating. So, yeah, you can say we're attached. I don't mean that figuratively either, their townhouse is literally attached to ours.
Let's say you have a bride that graduated from Southern Methodist University and now works for the SMU athletics department. Add the fact that she is marrying a man that is also an SMU alum. Finally, imagine they have an adorable dog named Doak (after the legendary SMU quarterback Doak Walker)
Ultimately, the resulting images are of a personal nature and will largely never be seen by others. Unless, as is the case with these photos, she loves them so much and is so proud of them that she wants me to share them with my followers and fans.
Fittingly, A stunning bride with a contagious smile, in an alluring WToo two piece Primrose Corset and Lilli Skirt, at the rustic Cotton Mill in McKinney makes for epic bridal photos. And, the pups made for fun moments and big laughs.
The location was a ranch in North Dallas and the style was DIY rustic chic complete with enough sweet details that would make Pinterest jealous. Throw in her great-grandfather's 1969 GMC pickup and her majestic horse Maverick and you have the makings for one exceptional bridal session!