Did you see yesterday’s post with Part 1 of our styled shoot at The Foundry? Well today, we’re sharing the rest of the photos… plus a video by Emily Anne Photo Art! The “model couple” Sara + Stephen were camera ready in their designer duds from Geny’s Bridal and Street Tuxedo. Despite the 90 degree heat, spirits were high and it shows in all of the photos! Scroll down to see the rest of our industrial-romance shoot!
We finished off the day with our beautiful models, Sara + Stephen! Imitating an intimate wedding celebration, they posed in front of gorgeous wedding backdrops, staged a cake cutting and even had a wedding exit with tossed flower petals! As we shot the portraits outside, the tour trollies would pass us from time to time at The Foundry, and everyone’s gaze would fall upon the beautiful couple! We even had a few people yell “congrats!” out the window which was so funny for us and for a Tuesday afternoon. 🙂 Every wedding professional helped out tremendously – from moving furniture to touching up makeup, to adding in each detail – we couldn’t have done it without you!
Thank you so much to all of the wedding professionals for taking the time and energy to make this happen! Brides – all of these vendors are absolute gems to work with, so please check them out and hire them for your wedding!
Emily Anne Photo Art/The Foundry/Petals & Fields/Geny’s Planning/Ellis Bridals/Street Tuxedo/Sara Cardona/Stephen Neal/Morgan Jae Beauty/Liberty Party Rental/Spark Vintage Rentals/Southern Social/White Ink Calligraphy/Darby Cards/Nashville Audio Visual/Connie Cakes/Five Daughters Bakery/Georgia Blue Boutique