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Gorgeous indoor light at an amazing venue makes this Spokane wedding photographer incredibly pleased, and Hickory Street Annex has it all!  I loved photographing Chloe and Cooper both inside, when the January winds were gusting, and outside, when they let up just enough to venture out for a stroll in the grounds. These two make the sweetest couple, and this industrial brunch wedding is pretty much a dream come true.

One of the great things about this pretty wedding inspiration is that is utilizes a color palette that draws from colors of the season (cranberry, green, gold, and dusty blue), but is versatile enough to use year round. I just love the way red photographs on film, too, giving it that extra bit of POP that’s so impactful while still maintaining a silky softness.  And speaking of silky softness, once again, I am blown away by all of the different textures that were incorporated into this design! From woods, to marble, chiffon, lace, and linens, it was a joy to capture Cooper and Chloe, and all of this wedding goodness!

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What an amazing team who put this gorgeous wedding together, thank you all for your hard work and sharing your incredible talent!

Venue | Hickory Street Annex
Styling | Borrowed & Blue Occasions
Invitation Suite and Calligraphy | Clara Doyle Designs
Florals | Oh Deery Florals
Table Runner | The Southern Table
Cake | Sugar Bee Sweets
Rentals | POSH Couture
Hair and Makeup | Mac Makeup
Film Lab | Richard Photo Lab
Film Stock | Kodak Portra 800 and Fuji 400H

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A soft and sensual bridal boudoir session with Jessica, who you may remember from this post. Being a wedding photographer in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene is a dream come true, but I still jumped at the chance to fly to warm, sunny Texas for this dreamy inspirational session at White Sparrow barn!

Jessica was amazing to photograph, so happy and in love, and the setting was just stunning.  I loved the continuity of photographing this bridal boudoir session at the same venue as the wedding inspiration, along with all the sweet signs of spring  that were incorporated there. The vintage style lingerie was the icing on the cake, and her soft, subtle lip was one of my all-time favorites.

This session is a perfect example of how to incorporate bridal boudoir into your wedding photography experience. Boudoir photos make an incredible gift for your future spouse, and this type of session is the perfect opportunity to acclimate yourself to the camera while feeling so empowered in the process. Lovely, lovely images of a lovely, lovely bride!

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What a great experience it was to work with the amazing team who brought this vision to life! Thank you to everyone who contributed to this beautiful boudoir session.

Floral Design & Styling | Carly Potter Floral Design
Styling | Taylor Brown
Hair and Makeup | Meagan Bechtel
Calligraphy | Inkling Calligraphy
Paper Goods | Papel Vivo
Table | The Olive Bench
Gown | Gossamer
Shoes | Anthropologie
Jewelry | BHLDN
Ribbon | Frou Frou Chic
Napkins & Pinch Pots | Salt Shop Handmades
Runner | Silk and Willow
Cake | Loft22Cakes
Table Accessories | Signora e Mare
Venue | The White Sparrow
Event | Revive Workshop
Film Processing & Developing | Richard Photo Lab
Film Stock | Portra 800

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Just look at these two!  I love being able to travel from Spokane and a meet fellow wedding photographer (or two) from around the country.  I met Hannah and Preston in Dallas this winter, and was able to photograph their anniversary session at a Dallas Nature preserve as part of the Revive Workshop.  You would never know it was winter from all of that lush, green goodness we had to work with!  I am so, so jealous of people who live in climates where they can enjoy outdoor photo sessions year round.  We are pretty much limited to the months of May through October in the Pacific Northwest, save for the occasional beautiful snow session in December or January. As winter comes to a close, I am itching for more sunshine and engagement sessions – luckily, they are just around the corner.  Spring can’t come soon enough!

Hannah and Preston are the talented duo behind Cottonwood Road Photography, and it’s obvious they know their stuff! There truly is nothing better than photographing two people in love. It makes my  job easy, and fills me with so much joy.  Thanks to the Hagamans for the lovely, lovely session!

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Thank you to the vendors whose time and talent helped to make this anniversary session so incredible! And thank you, again, to Hannah and Preston for being so wonderful!  xo

Hair and Makeup | Makeup by Wendy Zerrudo
Dress | Anthropologie
Venue | Dallas Nature Preserve
Event | Revive
Film Lab | Richard Photo Lab
Film Stock | Fuji 400H

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Being a wedding photographer in Spokane means busy summers chock full of gorgeous weddings, and lots of downtime in the off-season.  Lucky for me, the sun shines in other parts of the country in the winter, and I was able to capture some of it’s goodness in Texas with this dreamy wedding inspiration!

Cole and Jessica were amazing to photograph, so happy and in love, and the setting was just stunning.  I loved the sweet signs of spring incorporated into the florals, especially the added touch of foraged berries that doubled as a nice little styling piece with the hand lettered invitation suite.

This session is the perfect example of the impact details can make when incorporated into a wedding day. They are both subtle and beautiful, but are full of visual interest and special meaning.  From the bag of pistachios to the delicate silk ribbon (and everything in between, with those incredible textured papers, linen napkins, fabric table runner, velvet ring box, and more!), it extends the mood and atmosphere, and makes me want to reach out and give each piece a little stroke.  It was sensory heaven the day of!

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What a great experience it was to work with the amazing team who brought this vision to life! Thank you to everyone who contributed to this beautiful session.

Floral Design & Styling | Carly Potter Floral Design
Styling | Taylor Brown
Hair and Makeup | Meagan Bechtel
Calligraphy | Inkling Calligraphy
Paper Goods | Papel Vivo
Table | The Olive Bench
Gown | Gossamer
Shoes | Anthropologie
Jewelry | BHLDN
Ribbon | Frou Frou Chic
Napkins & Pinch Pots | Salt Shop Handmades
Runner | Silk and Willow
Cake | Loft22Cakes
Table Accessories | Signora e Mare
Venue | The White Sparrow
Event | Revive Workshop
Film Processing & Developing | Richard Photo Lab
Film Stock | Portra 800

 

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