The Black Tie Bride NYC Inspiration Shoot (Part I)
Ooooh today is a GOOD day!!!
Not only is today Day 1 of our latest Walk Through a Wedding w/ J&M workshop where we get to meet our amazing attendees from all over the country, but
today is also the day that we FINALLY get to share the photos from our NYC shoot we did earlier this year as the first ever inspiration to reality shoot for The Black Tie Bride!! Well Part I at least!! Here are just a few of our faves from the first outfits that we did, but to see everything you're going to want to head on over to The Black Tie Bride blog and spend some time perusing all the pretty! And be sure to stay tuned for Part II coming to the BTB soon!
**Also, we just announced our first Walk Through dates for 2015 yesterday to our newsletter!! They are Feb 11-12th & April 8-9th and for a very limited time you can grab $150 off your seat using the code "EARLYBIRD"!! Space is incredibly limited in both workshops so make sure you grab your seat before they're gone! Also if you aren't yet receiving our newsletter, you can sign up at the bottom of this post so you are always the first in the know!
We have really been loving all of the anniversary shoots we've been getting to do lately & even more so when the couple goes all out and does something really iconic & elegant! This sweet couple came all the way from England to do their one year anniversary photos with us in NYC (how amazing is that?!!!) and as soon as I saw Louise's one shoulder lace gown, I knew this was going to be one for the record books! Add to that Aaron looking sharp & so classic in a black tie tux and the perfect backdrop provided by New York herself, and this shoot was the stuff our little photographers' dreams are made of!! Enjoy!
Over the summer we had the absolute honor of working on this *dream* of a styled shoot on a sailboat in Maine with an incredible line up of creatives led by the amazing Sarah Goodwin of Daisies & Pearls! And today we are so excited to finally get to share it with you!!
But first, absolutely NONE of this would have been possible without the creative genius of these amazing people: