JULIA WINKLER had the pleasure of spending some time in South Africa this past winter and fell in love with it’s beauty. “The nature there is breathtaking and you can find spots for shoots almost everywhere.” Moira – a photographer herself – and Constant chose a beautiful garden in the wine region of Stellenbosch for the shoot, and with the delicious evening light on offer, they captured these gorgeous images.
I think one of the nicest things about being a wedding photographer would be being constantly surrounded by love!! I mean it’s infectious so really it can’t help but bring joy to even the observer!! SAWYER BAIRD who captured these beautiful images of Ryan & Rachel told us, “I think being young and in love is the most beautiful thing… and with this, documenting it is so important.” We couldn’t agree more. This gorgeous duo might have already been married, but how lovely to capture their first months as husband and wife… and in such gorgeous surroundings! I actually just found the below words on SAWYER’S website about why she does what she does and I think this sums it up beautifully for both photographer and the subjects. Nothing sparks memories like looking at old images.
“I am a photographer because of the way that photos make me feel. When I look back at an image I feel the exact same as I did in the moment I captured it… full of passion and pure emotions. I am forever thankful to be able to do such an amazing thing for others. It makes me insanely happy.”
The Colorado based team of photographer RACHEL HAVEL, florist LALE FLORAL and stylist NICOLE CRUSE – alongside a host of other fabulous vendors – wanted to showcase how an urban setting can be made delicate and elegant without having to drape and up-light every wall and corner. BLANC in Denver proved to be the perfect venue to showcase this, with everything from blank walls, factory floors, old train tracks and crane hooks on the ceilings. The purposefully understated decor highlights the stunning florals and allows for a beautiful, less is more approach. This same sentiment was considered in suspending the flowers above the table to make more room for dinning. The floral tablescape suspension is a great surprise element that if put on the table just wouldn’t have had the same effect. Thanks ladies for sharing your beautiful vision with us!