Spring, is that you? It’s me Michelle, and I’ve been patiently waiting for you to arrive. Because honestly, I’m more than ready to bid adieu to snowflakes in favor of sunshine. So, until you’ve decided to show up at my doorstep I’ll be seeking temporary solace in this gorge of a gallery from Natalie Bray Photography. And you? Well you’re more than welcome to join. Get ready to spend the day in The Vault!
From Natalie Bray Photography… With Spring approaching, we thought a colorful, feminine, and light filled bridal session sounded incredibly refreshing. Spring is a favorite season for many and this bridal session abounds with light, love, and femininity. Planning a wedding, engagement, or bridal session around your favorite time of year can be a wonderful jumping off point for inspiration. We used nature to inspire this shoot & kept it simple and feminine.
Plenty of Petals masterfully created a stunning bridal bouquet that you just want to live in forever. Impeccably crafted nature inspired luxury. The colors of bright pink peonies, orange dahlias, and yellow garden roses, with soft mauve, and blush harmonize perfectly. A wonderful way to add pops of color to any wedding, bridal, or engagement session is to add florals.
The Sarah Seven gown from The Dress Theory San Diego added a feminine romance with it’s lace sleeves and deep v back. The sweeping train added an element of levity. Absolutely gorgeous!
Hair & Make-up were kept simple with an element of natural and clean. The bride’s features were already swoon worthy, so we wanted to bring those out simply.
We wanted the hair to be easily converted to a second look. Which is great for transitioning from a ceremony, then to reception. The Hair and Make-up box did this marvelously. A sun kissed up-do, that easily transitioned to a cascading look with romantic curls.
Photography: Natalie Bray | Floral Design: Plenty Of Petals | Wedding Dress: Sarah Seven | Hair + Makeup: The Hair & Makeup Box | Model: Jacqueline Dubbins | Ribbon : Bellame Ribbon | Wedding Dress Boutique: The Dress Theory