Year In Review: Countdown To 2017 Series
In 2016 we worked with over 100 Clients and documented 50 weddings. We captured life events at some of the most jaw dropping locations, and formed deep connections with our clients and friendors (aka wedding vendor friends). We had laughs, missteps (literally some of us are clumsy here at team KLP) and bloopers; we cried tears of joy and reflection, we danced with our clients, created a little mischief with our couples, we pushed the proverbial envelope and tried new things. I think it’s only fitting that we dedicate the month of December to highlighting some of our favorite and most memorable experiences and photos from 2016.
Year In Review Countdown #23- Bridesmaid Prep Before The Dress
One of the most exciting parts of a wedding day is the pre-wedding prep. The anticipation, the butterflies, the pre-game for the wedding day.This is the time of day when excitement is at peak heights. The #KeshaLambertBride does not miss an opportunity to coordinate ensembles with her entourage even before they get dressed; usually in form of color coordinated personalized robes. This year our brides got creative with color and style! Take a look at how our 2016 brides got in formation before they put on the dress!
Pantora Bridal founder Andrea Pitter-Campbell and her ladies
They ditched the robes and sparked a new trend.
Cheers to the good life.- Eve and her girls
Grecian goddesses – Eva and her girls
Erica’s ladies wore robes in grey with pink embroidery. Love!!
Janelle and her court are picture perfect
Cousins By Blood Sisters by choice – Dottie and Maid of Honor are all smiles on the wedding day
Three generations of beauty- Genese with her mother and daughter.
Khira and her ladies look sleek and sophisticated in black tanks
Pretty of in pink- NIcole and her girls
Samara and her ladies ditched the robe for these timeless button-downs
Jumping for joy- Justene and her ladies having a little fun before the ceremony
Rachel and her ladies in this gorgeous hue was everything!
Whenever possible we like to do something to lighten the nerves, break the ice before capturing portraits (games, singing, jumping on the bed, pillow fights and like). Rachel’s pillow fight was the pillow fight to end all pillow fights