Unveiling Lee and Continuing A Family Tradition

Lee in Jasmine Couture bridal gown from The Bride Room

Lee in Jasmine Couture bridal gown from The White Room. Shoes by Jimmy Choo. Hair & make-up styling by Michelle Brooke.

Summer wedding season is in full swing here in Tune Town, which means I can now share some pre-wedding bridal portraits that have been kept secret until the bride’s big reveal on their wedding day.

With that, I’m thrilled to introduce you to the lovely Lee who married Colin this past weekend at Natchez Hills Winery, tucked serenely in the rolling countryside about an hour south of Nashville.

This portrait session was extra special. Here’s why…

I’ve been an ardent proponent of the bridal portrait as the most important portrait of a woman’s lifetime. In previous posts, I mentioned that “You owe yourself a fabulous bridal portrait at your most glamorous. Your grandkids will fight over who gets the heirloom print.”

While an actual fight isn’t the desired outcome, the value and importance of the portrait is worthy of your grandchildren’s passions, elevating the wall print to family heirloom status.

That part definitely rings true, especially with Lee…because one of the first photos she showed when we met for coffee was her grandmother’s bridal portrait that she treasures in addition to her mother’s. And she wanted one too.

That tradition continues with this third-generation bridal portrait, and I am honored to be a part of that history (more about that later). 8)

Congratulations to Lee & Colin. Cheers to you both as you begin your history together in L.A. Thank you for letting me be a part of your marriage celebration festivities.

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About the session
Lee chose a studio session for a sleek, less-is-lots-more approach to focus fully on her Jasmine Couture gown from The White Room, Jimmy Choo shoes, and the bride herself who brings them to life. Hair and make-up styled by Michelle Brooke.

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