Perhaps I love this Parisian inspired photo shoot so much because I’m French. Or perhaps I love it so much because I could live off of bread and cheese. And cake (especially the amazing ruffled one below). But I’m sure the real reason I love it is because of the amazingly talented artistes of Millie Holloman Photography and Salt Harbor Designs. Without their brilliant creation, we wouldn’t be drooling all over our keyboards, now would we? I think we are all agreement when I say that this fete is c’est magnifique! Didn’t get enough? For even more Parisian inspiration, check out the gallery!
From Millie Holloman Photography: Millie Holloman Photography and Salt Harbor Designs recently collaborated on a workshop created for both designers and photographers. The collaboration between photographers and planners/designers is so important, and the two companies hoped to show other industry professionals just how rewarding working together could be! The workshop focused on building relationships with vendors, networking, creating photo-worthy weddings and capturing the details in a way that best represents the event and the couple. Millie from MHP and Jennifer from SHD wanted to demonstrate how much better the product and how much happier the client when vendors work together! The workshop culminated with an inspiration shoot where the design details were brought together complete with a model bride and groom, and the photographers were given the opportunity to capture the day. The experience allowed weddings vendors a hands-on chance to build, understand, and photograph the significant details of a wedding day!
Photography: Millie Holloman Photography / Design: Salt Harbor Designs / Location: The Atrium / Wedding Dress: Joy Noelle / Cake: Nicki’s Cakes / Macaroons: Flower and Flour / Hair: Melissa from Fringe Salon / Make-up: Jacey Rogers / Lighting: High Performance Lighting / Calligraphy: Elizabeth Singletary / Chairs, table, and accessory furniture: Susan Covington / Linens and Rentals: Party Suppliers and Rentals / Place Settings and Glassware: The Fisherman’s Wife