Sometimes we actually forget how amazing some of our bridal sessions are! That's mainly because we can't publish a photo of the bride in her gown before the wedding. Some brides choose a bridal session, while others choose engagement portraits. Whether displayed at the reception or given to the groom as a wedding day gift, we love photographing both bridal and engagement sessions! Bridal sessions are always fun because it gives us a preview of how beautiful our brides are going to look on their wedding day. We photographed Amanda a few weeks before her wedding at The Clubhouse on Highland. The home has so much character and it was the perfect place for bridal portraits, thanks to the beautiful natural light. With huge windows and mahogany wood, we scouted some awesome places for portraits. Here are a few of our favorite photos!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
2014 was a big, big year for Arden Photography; so many exciting things, beautiful weddings, the Equus collection. It was filled over with such gorgeous imagery, smiling couples, close friends, and new chapters that we are beyond excited for the new beginnings in 2015. We are so very lucky to have such a wonderful and embracing community and many friendships. We hope you are as ecstatic about 2015 as we are! We cannot wait to take you along for the ride next to us, and to allow us to capture all of your beautiful memories and stories for 2015! In the meantime, here is a look-back at a few of our personal favorite images from 2014.
We have posted images from Jenna's bridal portrait session regularly since snapping these photos. This is the epitome of "Beauty and the Beast," with the beautiful bride all in white, gliding through the Windwood Equestrian meadows with her valiant steed.
WeddingLovely Blog featured the ethereal session this week, and we are so grateful! It is always exciting to see our images featured!
Brooke and James said "I do" beneath blue skies in early June. They wed on the porch of the Sonnet House, with classic charm abound. Daisies decorated the table tops in mason jars - a perfect Southern touch; while pearls, lace, and sprigs of baby's breath decorated the bride. Soon after the ceremony, the wedding dances began. The bridesmaids kicked off their shoes and everyone threw their arms in the air! Laughter, love, and fun filled the night - we could not help but be infected ourselves. They made their exit in a white limousine flanked by their friends and family wishing them all the happiness in the world!