Y’all know we’re never ones to pass up on a day of pretty, and this Saturday is certainly no exception. We’ve got a full schedule of bridal gorgeousness thanks to Jacque Lynn Photography and her snaps straight from the Erich McVey Workshop. I’m talking one drool-worthy shoot after another, and we’re kicking things off with two oceanside sessions that’ll make your morning a whole lot lovelier.
From Jacque Lynn Photography… This shoot was styled by Ginny Au, called Whelve. Ginny used words as inspiration for each section of our shooting to describe how the shoot should feel. “To bury something deep to hide”. She wanted a very deep feel to the shoot and styling, and completed the look by putting our bride in a Houghton NYC gown, gold metallic flakes in her hair, and a gorgeous natural stone ring. Florals were by the talented Sarah Winward, Hair/MU was Mimi & Taylor.
Photography: Jacque Lynn Photography | Styling: Ginny Au | Floral Design: Honey of a Thousand Flowers | Gown: Houghton Bride | Cakes: Etsy.com | Ring: Lauren Passenti | Hair + Makeup: Mimi & Taylor Salon | Earrings: Melissa Joy Manning | Location: Cuffey's Cove Ranch | Photo Lab: PhotoVision Prints | Vendor: Scarlet Gown By Rubicon
From Jacque Lynn Photography… This series of images took place on the dark, rocky beach of Elk, CA. Ginny Au styled the session, and used the word ‘Arcadian’ as her inspiration. Ideal, innocent, stylistic. The wind on the beach of Elk perfectly complimented the feel of the shoot by creating movement to our model’s gown and hair. The gown (Rubicon NYC) was perfectly complimented by beach wood, florals by Sarah Winward, and hair/makup by Mimi & Taylor.