1. Rushland Love In This 1920’s Probhibition Era Style Rural Summer Shoot

    Its hard not to slip into another world, much the way books often direct our minds, while perusing today's AH-mazing styled summer shoot! When this gem came my way, I knew I simply had to share! As it turns out, Jessica Petrash & Clint Flack are indeed a real life couple, wanting to do a styled shoot so they teamed up with the talented Tyler Boye Photography. Taking a page out of 1920's Prohibition Era, our couple was expertly styled from their choice attire {lace gloves, pearl necklaces, argyle socks, summer dresses & vests & so much more!}, spot on hair & makeup, with simple touches such as the various hats, pocket watch, vintage camera & cruisers. Of course location & photographic styling were key elements to bring this summer shoot to life, making the rural 1920's simply divine. I apologize in advance, I had an absolutely 'miserable' time editing down this submission, so hum... this one is a bit pic heavy, but I think once you see, you'll forgive!

  2. The Little Princess Inspired Ethereal Dream Bridal Styled Shoot

    Everyday, in all forms of fashion magazines, we are confronted with editorial spreads. Typically these spreads serve as a window into the vision & minds of their creators, showcasing a detailed story that they are tying to tell. Bridal versions of editorial spreads tend to have a heightened allure to them, playing on our every romantic fantasy & notion we have about weddings. Allison Kortokrax of Korto Photography utilized that very thing, inspired by bringing herself back to her time as little girl sitting in her room, dreaming of her wedding day. Drawing further inspiration from such classic literary works as Through The Looking Glass and The Little Princess, the idea for the shoot was born. Allison turned to the stunning gowns of Alice Padrul Bridal Couture to dress her creation, while Anjelica Santillan & Jamie Sterle were at the helm styling the bride's stunning make-up & pin worthy hair. For those that recall the first movie version of The Little Princess (1939) starring Shirley Temple, you might recall, both due to the styling at the time, as well as the film quality, a certain creamy ethereal dreaminess to the cinematography. Allison, along with Alice Padrul....

  3. A Touch of Africa In Today’s Stunning Color Filled Styled Wedding Shoot

    "I wanted to create something vibrant in the middle of a very natural location. I was inspired by the headpieces, the colors, the involvement of the bridal party, the jewels, the gown changes and the natural elements that made this wedding different than any I had ever seen before. So, I teamed up with Aaron Haslinger Photography, Richardson's Florist, Rusty Love Vintage Rentals, Preston's Stationery, Robert Ashtin Salon and Second Nature by Meg Browning to create an editorial style shoot that brought the latest tribal trends in fashion to the wedding scene. The team was great. The models were awesome! And, the results were daring and fresh. While this shoot is definitely an exaggerated take on a fashion trend, I think REAL weddings can be inspired by it's fun color scheme, amazing stationery, and willingness to take risks in pulling fashion trends into bridal."

  4. Inspired Dream Worthy Beach Bedroom Engagement Session On Soft Hawaiian Sands

    Soft warm wind, gentle velvet sand, a slight nod to the old. When Tiffany and Kim joined forces with What a Day! Photography in Hawaii, they collaborated their engagement session into what became dreamy vintage filled moments. Creating a loose outdoor beachy bedroom environment, a world of inspired dream state took flight. Utilizing flowing fabrics which caught in the window, now vintage cameras, old books & so much more. Enjoy the captivating Friday eye candy my friends, Aloha!