Elopement Boho Styled Shoot at Stone Mountain Park with Sabrina Fattal Photography and Corianne Elizabeth.Read More
Can you believe it?! It has finally happened! My YouTube channel has officially launched! I am so excited about this and have so much to share with you. I have a list full of ideas, giveaways, tutorials and more!
My first video is a behind-the-scenes look at a recent styled shoot. You get to take a look at what I pack in my kit, the venue and me at work! Stephanie Andersen of Carolyn A Events contacted me about being a part of this shoot, and of course I said yes. Below is a shot of some of the action, at Big Canoe.
The model, Savannah Goldsmith (who was an absolute pleasure to work with), and photographer, Grace Dinwiddie, of Gracie Blue Photography are hard at work in the picture above . . . So be sure to head over to the YouTube link and see more for yourself!
I definitely have some ideas already, but this channel is just as much about me, as it is about you. So . . . comment below on some things you would like to see! And be sure to subscribe to my blog and my channel to be updated on all the good stuff! I look forward to sharing with you more about this shoot, so stay tuned :-)
Stay Beautiful! . . . Inside and out.
I'm so excited to share some great news! Munaluchi Bridal has published, via their blog, a styled shoot I was a part of earlier this year! Now that is has been published, I can share some behind the scenes photos with you and give you my perspective.
For those of you who don't know what a styled shoot is, it's basically a planned photo shoot that allows various creative vendors to come together. Often times there is a theme or vision that everyone is working toward.
I was contacted by Payal (on the left in the picture below), who is one of the partners of Anokhi Events, and asked if I was interested and available to do hair for this shoot. I typically do both makeup and hair, or just makeup for photo shoots, so I was excited to do something a little different this time! I didn't know much about the other vendors or the venue, so I was looking forward to meeting some new faces.
Paula Walker was the makeup artist for this shoot and we both started quite early that morning, with 4 models to take care of.
For this shoot I used primarily Oribe and Bumble and Bumble hair products. If was fun to experiment a bit, and have creative freedom. Once we transitioned to the gorgeous Summerour Studio I was shocked that I hadn't been there before. It is an amazing space that allows for so much creative freedom! Seriously, if you are a bride-to-be looking to get married in the Atlanta metro area, you MUST check it out.
The morning went smoothly and it's always great to work with such free, creative individuals. It was beautiful to see how things came together and to finally have a full visual of the vision Payal had. Everything was amazing! The flowers were breathtaking, the cake was an absolute work of art, and the skirts designed for the shoot were perfect!
I always enjoy watching other people do their thing, and am always super excited and pleased when photographers send the final images . . . I'm always amazed. It's a great feeling to know you've contributed to the "final product". Thank you to the photographer, Laura Barnes, for all the hard work you put in that day and after!
This is the link for the blog feature, South Asian Inspired Bridal Shower, but I thought I would share with you some of my favorite images as well!
Below I've listed all the vendors, in case you are interested in checking them out:
Planning and Design - Anokhi Events
Photography - Laura Barnes
Decor - Krystle Nichols of Lux Events and Decor
Hair - Corianne Elizabeth
Makeup - Paula Walker
Florals - Peachtree Petals
Venue - Summerour Studios
Cake - Confection Perfection
Table/Chair Rentals - Classic Party Rentals
Linens - Table Covers and More
Jewelry - Fab'rik
Models - Click Models
Skirts - Ella and Eman
And be sure to subscribe and stay tuned, as I will be interviewing Payal as part of a spotlight on wedding and event planners! Enjoy this last photo of gorgeous curls!
Stay Beautiful! . . . Inside and out.