Jun 21, 2012Bridal :: Heather Griffin :: A Beautiful Bride :: Castleton Farms, Tennessee
This past weekend I photographed one of the most beautiful weddings I've ever seen. I am not ready to blog that wedding already! BUT now that the wedding has happened I can FINALLY share the images from the bridal session!
There was a serious threat of rain ... but it managed to be completely beautiful with blue skies and mostly dry ground, and perfect breezy weather. I was SO happy! I was also so happy to get to work with some of my favorite-est vendors ever!
Location :: Castleton Farms
Flowers :: Lisa Foster Floral Design
Hair & Make-up :: Bangs & Blush
Castleton Farms. Which is one of Tennessee's most beautiful wedding venues. I was already a fan of this amazing location. But after yesterday's wedding I am a raving fanatic! Darla Walker and the staff of this incredible place are the most accomodating people I have ever worked with. They are fun and professional ... and totally ON TOP of whatever in the world you need. But I'm not even blogging about the wedding yet!
Okay ... back on track ... this is Heather, the bride ... in the amazing bridal suite of Castleton.
She's a shoe girl. And she had TWO adorable pairs of shoes to accessorize with. First the Kate Spades. So cute!!!
I LOVED Heather's bouquet ... created by my lovely friend and amazing florist Lisa Foster.
I was just smitten over the soft color palette ... the ranunculous (one of my favorite flowers) ... AND the succulents!!!! XOXO!!! And this is just a tiny taste of how beautiful the wedding day florals were ...
My signature bridal eye-lash shot ... might be one of my favorites from the whole day. Heather's hair and make-up were done by Jamie Walker with Bangs and Blush
. She did an AMAZING job with Heather's look. Her hair was perfectly big and still soft and touchable ... and her make-up was special and bridal without being too much. It was perfect.
The vineyard at Castleton is my favorite spot! I love looking now at these images that were actually taken back in March. I love the little speckles of new springs leaves on the vines. Yesterday the vines were so full and thick with foilage, there is no way I could have gotten shots like these.