I once heard in a photography workshop that when you find inspiration, you should grab onto it and hold on for dear life. The instructor continued to elaborate on exactly how fleeting it is, and to remind us all that when we come across it we should do whatever possible to latch onto that feeling. And run like hell with it– an emotion too precious to let fly by.
My reaction? Speak it Ms. Instructor Lady. Speak it.. I nodded my head in agreement while editing at my desk and said the words “Truth, sister. Amen.”
Yep. I talk to myself on the regular when it comes to working in my home office. I don’t have a dog (yet!), and my office buddy is the hula hoop I just bought at my local Wal*Mart. Best five bucks I have yet to spend. You should see me while I’m waiting on my computer to upload photos to online galleries.. I’m a hooping machine- dancing around my room to Spotify and laughing while I look kind of like an idiot to the people driving by on the busy Nashville street below. I would look way cooler if I actually knew how to do it. No worries, practice makes perfect.
My hooping breaks were pretty frequent, except for lately. I’ve fallen off the hula wagon, but with good reason.
The culprit: Narnia. I know. Totally worth it.
With the help of Southern Soirée, this styled shoot took my breath away. If I were to fall in love with an object, it would be this dress. And with two people? It would have to be Beverly & Beau.
I really would love to jabber on about everything in the shoot that had my heart literally oozing out of my chest, but you know me. I’m impatient to a fault, and sharing these photos just can’t wait.
Inspiration x Infinity = this session.
Venue: Mint Springs Farm
Props & Decor : Southern Events Party Rentals
Cake : Sweetface Cakes
Dress: B. Hughes Bridal
Event Coordinator: Southern Soirée
Invitations & Paper Goods: Prim & Paper