Montauk Honeymoon Shoot by Trent Bailey

Seriously could these people be any more beautiful!! This whole shoot is just divine and I love the concept of a couple going on a bit of an adventure/road trip honeymoon. Featured in Magnolia Rouge Magazine, this gorgeousness was styled and photographed by Trent & Dara of Trent Bailey Photography.

Tucked away on the east end of Long Island is a little beach town we absolutely LOVE called Montauk. Since moving to Manhattan three and a half years ago, we have made it a summer tradition to escape the city for our favorite town. Just past the Hamptons is Montauk, home to many famous residents, with Ralph Lauren being on the top of that list. For our shoot we envisioned a couple that had just tied the knot, cruising out to Montauk in their Jeep Wagoneer for their honeymoon. The couple would stay at Ruschmeyer’s (one of our favorite hotels in the area), a summer camp inspired lodge. The hotel is inspired by the property’s original function back when it was first built in the 1950s –a summer camp. Their stay in Montauk consisted of ping pong matches, hanging out in the teepee, snorkeling at the beach, swinging in the backyard, and relaxing in their camp inspired bedroom complete with hammock.”

 

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Photography, Concept & Styling | Trent & Dara of Trent Bailey Photography, Hair & Make-up | Holly for FaceTime Beauty Concierge, Wedding Dress | Douglas Hannant available at Gabriella New York Bridal Salon, Vintage earrings | Gabriella New York Bridal Salon, Shoes | Aruna Seth available at Gabriella New York Bridal Salon, Film processing | Indie Film Lab



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