Abandoned Mill Black Lace Styled Wedding
I am beyond grateful for the wonderful vendors that helped me pull this shoot together. When I told Becky of Event Crush about my idea and the location, I think she thought I was crazy! But somehow, again, she saw that was in my mind and made this shoot come together so I could make it come to life. This is a shoot that I have been planning for 3 years! No seriously, it’s been 3 years! I had the idea 3 years ago but wasn’t sure how to pull it off. I was just starting my business and wasn’t even sure what my photography style was. Fast forward to now, I have a clear vision of my style and I was excited to bring a dark aspect to it with this shoot.
I tried to find some organization to this blog post when I was putting it together. But the truth is I love how everything looking together as a whole. So prepare yourself for a cluttered mess lol!!
Also, thanks to 100 Layer Cake for featuring this shoot on their blog here!
Parties to go provided this gorgeous farm style table what went perfect with the shoot. It was set off perfectly by the amazing abandoned mill that the shoot took place in. I have driven by this mill so many times on my way to the coast. I can’t think of a more perfect location for this shoot.
Katie Michelle Designs brought her A game with all of the paper goods that I am still drooling over!
I couldn’t have found better models for this shoot! They were amazing!
Soft Peaks Cakery designed this amazing gold and black cake.
And the floral!! I mean really?!?! I have been dreaming about doing a shoot with the lovely girls from Good Seed Floral since I met them a couple of years ago. I am so thrilled that they were available to help us out.
Thank you so much to everyone who made this shoot happen!
Photography and Dress by
Ashley Cook Photography
Hair and Makeup by
Makeup by Reina
Good Seed Floral
Soft Peaks Cakery
Paper Goods by
Katie Michelle Designs
Parties to go
Grooms attire by