Red, White, and Blue Nautical Styled Shoot

You don’t need to have your wedding by the 4th of July or by Veterans Day to have red, white, and blue as your color palette and this styled shoot will show you why. It’s a lovely combination, specially if you’re aiming for a nautical theme, but nevertheless, these three colors are bound to go well together no matter what your intended style is. You can opt for something softer like sky blue and pink but there’s this certain charm if you use the richness of red and navy blue. It’s much easier to use blue as your base color then have hints of red but we’re sure that reversing this would still lead to awesome results. But anyway, this nautical themed styled shoot will surely bring out the patriotic side of you. We loved everything about it and we’re sure that you will too.

Styled Shoot – Savagely Sweet

This photoshoot is filled with sweet and soft details accented by dark and edgy hints. From the bridal gowns and dresses to the table pieces, everything just screams chic. The outfits’ designs are beautifully feminine but it’s either they’re paired with something that has a touch of black or it is black. The food and table details are in pink and black, which may sound unappetizing but once you look at them, they will be sure to bring out your sweet tooth. Despite the darkness and lack of appeal of the said shade as a traditional wedding palette, when used at good moderation, it can actually make your event classy. Besides, completely soft hues are not really for every bride.

Kia & Logan – Elegant Perfection

Most couples would actually wait until their wedding day to actually have their wedding photo session done. But some may like it otherwise. For Kia & Logan, they took advantage of having the chance of staging their wedding shoot in advance.

Julie & Stephen – A Gatsby Gathering

If you’re a bride who’s a big fan of the 1920s, today’s feature will surely be your cup of tea! This Gatsby inspired shoot is a definite product of elegance & sophistication.