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For this style shoot, the vision was simple. Photographer Lauren Koleff explains that the vision was really to gather local vendors to collaborate on a stylized bridal shoot together with wedding planner Amy Dittmer as the lead.
Cassie of Cassie Dunmyer Photography had an idea that began with a glass of sangria. She was inspired by its color and texture, and the vision blossomed from there. She approached Michelle Rakotomalala to co-create this beautiful, boho-elegant style shoot, and the magic began.
Jess and Sarah met when working at the same store while attending college. The two started dating shortly after meeting and have been together eight years now. Sarah says, “Jess asked me to marry her so many times, I started to lose count. I was never sold on the idea of marriage.
Who's ready to get on to the weekend already? Us, too! But since we can't do that just yet, we thought we'd provide you with a little eye candy to help make it through. So, sit back and enjoy this week's collection of faves from the 'gram!
Kristin never thought she would meet her husband at a children’s event. However, as the Director of Children’s Ministries at her church, the two met at a special event in March when Joseph served as a volunteer.
Sometimes, less is more. And Victoria Tate of Victoria Isabel Photography certainly saw beauty in the whitewashed exposed brick, wood floors and pure winter light that poured into Zurie, the spot where she selected for her romantic, fine art-inspired anniversary vision to play out.
Well, hello there, Friday! We figured you could use a pick-me-up to push through to the weekend, so we rounded up five of the most inspirational posts we could find! Scroll on to check them out, and be sure to follow these talented vendors, too.
“Chris’ fraternity and my sorority at Indiana University were right next to each other,” says Becca. “However, during our time at IU, we never met. We met back in Fort Wayne after college. We were both at a 90s concert at Headwaters Park.