I am *still* on a high from this incredible styled shoot that happened this past spring at Historic Shady Lane. Every time I look through these images, I’m reminded of how far I have come as not only as a photographer, but as an artist and creative. When I started my business a little over two year ago, I had no idea I was capable of pulling off a full styled shoot, only to have it published by one of my favorite national wedding blogs, Ruffled (check out the feature here!)
Both myself and Sarah of Sarah Brookhart Photography spent several months planning this styled shoot, contacting so many talented vendors, and making so many “friendors” along the way. We are both so thrilled that we got so many talented creatives to collaborate and contribute to this styled shoot – donating their time, talents, and effort to make this dream shoot a reality! The day of the shoot, so many hands were “on deck” to deliver goods, set up, and tear down. It was a FULL day of setting up and photographing, but I left Historic Shady Lane with a full heart, so thankful for the opportunity to collaborate and “shoot” something that pulled at my creative heart-strings.
Enjoy some of my absolute favorites from the styled shoot below (it was SO hard to narrow down the favorites!), and be sure to check out the list of vendors that helped make this shoot happen. We truly could not have pulled this off without them!
Photography: Jenna Brianne Photography, Sarah Brookhart Photography//Venue: Historic Shady Lane//Florals: Sandra Portferfield Wedding & Event Floral Design, Rosemary & Rust//Cake: The Flour Child//Table: Barnes Handcrafted Farmhouse Tables//Paper Goods: Meryl Arnold Photo & Design//Dress: In White//Furniture: On A Lark//Hair & Makeup: The Bonafide Ginger//Models: Adam Derus, Karis Derus