I absolutely love when a bride and groom put on their wedding attire and have a shoot either before or after their official wedding. Unlike on the actual wedding day, it's a time they can relax and really enjoy the experience of taking photographs in their wedding clothes. And there's no rule that a bride and groom shoot has to be traditional. This boho bride and groom McKinney styled shoot proves that. This gorgeous "bride" and her extravagant floral crown are to.die.for. And the "groom" and his casual style are the perfect complement to the bohemian bridal attire. Add in a rock quarry park and you've got a recipe for breathtaking images. Check out the gallery for even more stunners from April Pinto Photography.
From April Pinto Photography...It's been a wonderfully busy wedding season and I really needed a bit of a breather! My idea of the "perfect way" to relax is to design a concept and create it from scratch. I fell head over heals with this vintage wedding gown I scored from my favorite markets, Vintage Tex in Grapevine and had been dying to create a concept around it. Candace Hughes had modeled for me before and was an absolute delight in beauty and elegance so I thought she was perfect for this roll! I wanted a groom that looked well traveled and full of adventure! Ameiya and I had also worked together before and he is so in tune with his spiritual side and appreciates nature so very much...I just knew he would be the best fit for my groom! Floral Adventures put together our gorgeous bohemian crown full of earthy fall hues and seeded eucalyptus. I'm certain that masterpiece weighed 7 pounds! Our friends out at the Rock Quarry in McKinney allowed us to visit their lovely private property to utilize as our setting and as the sun set...our vision came to life. We had an incredible videographer, Paul Michael Film out to create a short film of our adventure and I cannot wait to see what magic he has created!