We Are Still in Awe After This Bridal Session!
We still cannot get over the fact that we get to create & capture intimate moments as our “job”. We wouldn’t even dare use that word because this is something that gives us so much fulfillment, happiness, and it is our true passion. The fact that we get to make magical moments like this become a reality is a dream for us. This Iron Mountain Commercial Bridal Shoot was such a fun challenge.
So Get Excited!
This bridal session was originally supposed to take place in Joshua Tree, but after a last minute consensus, we all agreed that it was going to be WAY too cold to do the shoot there and picked Iron Mountain instead, where it would be about 20 degrees warmer (and also it’s closer to our homes in San Diego so everyone was relieved that they didn’t have to drive 3 hours back home!) it was a win-win! This gorgeous bride & her man are the definition of GOALS, and you can see how on fire they are! They made it so easy for us! We are still swooning over this amazing bouquet made by our home girl over at Fox And Flora! She blows us away every time with all of her designs ???????? Here are some of our favorites from this iron mountain commercial bridal shoot:
Iron Mountain Commercial Bridal Shoot by Bree and Stephen Photography – San Diego Wedding Photographers
We couldn’t have done it without the help of our amazing team who puts 110% into everything that they do, and we are so grateful to know these wonderful people & call them our friends!
So huge thank you to the ever so wonderful Sandy for using her creative genius skills to put it all together & to the beautiful ladies who made this happen:
Coordinator: Sandy @Timelessweddingsandevents
Floral Design: Kiira @Foxandfloradesigns
MUA & Hair: Dana @Justlago
Macrons: Le Parfait Paris @Le_parfait_paris
Dress: Bridal Showcase @Bridalshowcase
Tux: Friar Tux @Friartux
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