Marilyn's Bridal Photo Shoot
Finally! I finally get to share the photos from Marilyn's Bridal Photo Shoot. It was almost 2 months ago that we had this shoot and its been so hard having to wait to show them off!
Our bridal photo shoot started very early Labor Day morning. She had a make up appointment at CYNful Makeup in Edna at 6:15 am then a hair appointment at my house at 8:00 am with Morgan from Make Me Chic Salon from Port Lavaca. It felt like an early morning party at my house. Timmy cooked breakfast and I made mimosa's with sparkling wine, orange/pineapple juice and orange sherbert. We started with lots of girl conversation and laughter. Nothing made me happier than having a bride get dressed in her gown at my house!! Her gown was jaw-dropping and it fit her like a glove. Her veil was Cathedral length with a lace applique edge. I don't have to tell you I was in Bride Heaven.
And if that wasn't enough - she had a second dress (because all girls need two!) - a sassy short wedding dress with feather trim. Love, love, love.
And under all this beauty were some bedazzled cowboy boots!
Her wedding photo shoot was hot and we survived crickets, wasps and giant spiders. I had Marilyn climbing fences in her wedding dress. But through it all, Marilyn looked stunning. Her red hair, green eyes and brilliant smile were dazzling. We had a blast and captured some amazing photos.
Marilyn's wedding last night was everything she dreamed of. Her friends from Michigan flew in and were having an absolute blast. She was surrounded by her family and you could tell how much she loves them. You can especially tell how much she loves her nieces and nephews - all children for that matter! She was constantly loving up and dancing with all the children at the celebration. I have a feeling a baby is not far behind!!! :) And best of all - she was married to the love of her life - Aaron. They were so sweet together and were constantly stealing hugs and kisses. I truly adore these two.
I wish Marilyn & Aaron a lifetime of love and lots of babies.