Lemon and chamomile inspired Seattle studio bridal session!
I loved working with the fantastic team at aisle1 to plan and execute this gorgeous styled bridal shoot. These ladies are so excellent at what they do. They have such an eye for style and design and are always so professional and organized. I have been lucky enough to work with them many times over the last few years, and they never fail to bring my vision to life!
For this styled Seattle studio bridal session, I was going for a look incorporating lots of white with little pops of yellow and other pastel colors. Lemons and chamomile were a big part of my visual inspiration for this one. I wanted a modern and elevated aesthetic, so we chose to shoot in a studio space. Even though you may not immediately think of studios when you think about bridal sessions, a studio space is a great blank canvas for any highly stylized photoshoot. And the studio we chose even provided the tables and chairs we used for the table set-up.
The beautiful model couple helped us perfectly capture our vision. The bride was gorgeous in a sleek, simple slip gown paired with the most stunning pearl sleeves. And the groom’s black suit added the perfect amount of darkness to contrast all the light tones everywhere else in the shoot. They were so adorable together, especially in those cake-cutting shots.
The pastel-inspired florals added so much to the overall feel of this bridal session. I really loved the large-scale floor arrangements with all the beautiful whites, blues, yellows, and pinks. And, as always, aisle1 delivered with a perfect table design that utilized paint samples to bring color to the place settings and featured all the daisies! Overall, this Seattle studio bridal session was everything I hoped it would be.
Planning & Styling: Aisle1
Cake: Sugarnova Cakes
Dress: The Dress Theory Seattle
Dress Designer: Flora Bridal
Florals: Flora D’Amore Floral
Table goods: Hosted Modern