I love everything about Kayla’s vibe and her boho mountain bridal session. She is a DIY queen (check out her blog), and despite her small size, she is not one to mess with. She has two little girls that she loves fiercely, and she had a gorgeous Georgia wedding (come back in a few weeks for that blog!).
Kayla had her dress custom made. I am obsesseddddd with the long lace train and the unique back that shows off her tattoos. She also had wood flowers for her bouquet. This is a great option if you are in a protected area where live flowers are not allowed.
To be honest, I think bridal sessions are a southern thing. They aren’t very common with our couples in the western half of the US, but my southern brides love them. My favorite thing about bridal sessions is that they are a another chance to celebrate the bride. It’s hard work being a bride! There is a lot of thought, time, and planning that goes into all of the details for the bride. Don’t worry grooms, there is a lot of planning that goes into your look too). These sessions are a great way to celebrate being a bride without the distraction of wedding day epic-ness.
Our clients are all levels of adventurous. We have clients that are afraid of heights, and clients that will jump out of an airplane tomorrow. Something that ties us all together is that we all have a love for nature. I was so psyched when Kayla and I were planning her bridal session. I knew we would get such a great showcase of nature in this location. We love our adventurous, boho brides.
Kayla’s session was perfect to make into these watercolor portraits. We love getting creative with our sessions and getting to explore different outlets of artistry. If you’re interested in a watercolor portrait, reach out!