This blog post is long overdue (as most of mine are lately!). Luckily landlocked bride featured this shoot a few weeks ago. I had prayed and prayed for sunshine the day of this session. Instead we had overcast skies but looking at the images I wouldn’t have changed it one bit. I loved the results and had a fantastic time enjoying my bride and groom.
Troy’s proposal was intricate, well planned and he thought perfectly timed. Until Troy and Mallory were home a few days before he was to execute operation engaged. They were snuggled up watching a young couple on house hunters. That is when Troy’s perfect plan unfolded before his soon-to-be fiancee’s eyes. She “oohed” and “ahhed” as the man proposed on the front steps of their new home. Troy’s stomach dropped. They had found the house, he had the ring hidden away and his brilliant plan now looked like a knock off. He had shared the engagement idea with her mother so at least he had someone to vouch for him.
Two days later Mallory had her magical engagement on the front steps of their new home.
Mallory’s nanette lepore was perfect. Like it was made just for her.
(below) designed by Badgley Mischka
(below) One of my favorite shots, set in the intersection of Clayton and Hanley. Love that we had a little green to their urban session. Dress by Robert Rodriguez