On Wednesday we featured some of our portraits of Sidney and today we are showing off our model Abby. We had 3 models back out on us before the shoot so we were thrilled when Abby, and then later Sidney too, were able to step in for us. When Abby walked out in her dress with her hair and make up done I think every one of us just about melted. What you may not know is that Abby is part of the team at Sweet Tables Kansas City, who are members of our networking group. So I think the day of the shoot seeing her all dressed up we felt like she was the little sister who grew up and got married ;)
Abby wore a more traditional gown from Romancing the Gowns private label with a cathedral veil. Shana accented each bridal look with a custom bouquet to match their dresses. We loved how the blush pink looked with the lace top of her dress. Too me she looked like Grace Kelly all day!
The veil, the flowers, the make up….they all played together perfectly to create this look. This is why we always advocate that no one vendor will ‘make’ your wedding day. Remember that ladies when you’re knee deep in planning!
Our goal with these shoots are to not only showcase our talents, but also to show prospective clients what a real wedding can look like. Often times people turn to Pinterest for ideas but fall short of being able to recreate the look and feel they are going for. With the right set of vendors those ideas are completely doable and in your reach! I love that our team was able to showcase two different bridal looks (one more traditional and the other more modern, each equally romantic). No matter where you are located in the metro or what your ideas are for your wedding you can contact our vendors through their sites below or through our network’s website by clicking here. Trust us when we say you will be in very good hands!
Venue: The Wynbrick
Floral and Design: Shana Vaughn Design
Dessert Table: Sweet Table Kansas City
Photography: Creative Event Studio
Stationary: Blissful Prints
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