classic style bridal portraits

Using props for your bridal portraits is fun – but it’s not necessary and Katie’s beautiful bridal session from V.A. Photography shows us why. All you really need for exquisite, classic bridal portraits is a great photographer and you in your once in a lifetime dress!

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From Ashley of V.A. Photography: “Katie was such a sweetheart to work with and has such a classic style! Her Kate Spade shoes complimented her dress wonderfully and we did her bridal session in the late afternoon so we could use all that gorgeous sunlight.”

Mahalo to Ashley for submitting this shoot and congratulations to Katie on her beautiful bridal portraits! And yes – Ashley is totally right about those shoes. Love them! (and the hot pink toenail polish too!)

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Photography: V.A. Photography // Dress: David’s Bridal // Shoes: Kate Spade // Venue: Hermitage Country Club, Virginia.

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Comments

  1. thank you so so much for featuring katie’s bridals!!! it means so much and i know she’ll love it!!! <3

  2. So pretty!

  3. Such lovely lighting! I agree with you on the “props not necessary” idea! I love getting back to the basics and celebrating the beauty and love.