Where do I begin? This shoot has to be one of my favorites so far. I knew from the beginning I wanted to do something involving a white wedding dress, but let's face it, that idea is being way overdone right now in the photography world. I wanted to kick it up a notch. My aunt and uncle were generous enough to give me some deer antlers (thank you!) and I thought it would be fun to create a headpiece out of them using moss. I also wanted to incorporate moss into her dress somehow so I made a belt out of moss as well. I am very pleased with how it turned out! Now onto the fun part of the story... The first time we tried the shoot, I couldn't get the antlers to stay on her head. After an hour trying to get it to work, of fighting with bobby pins and saying a few choice words, I finally gave up and asked my model if we could reschedule. She (thankfully) said yes. I had never had a "failed" photo shoot before so I was feeling pretty bummed out the rest of the evening. The next day, I reworked the antler headpiece, then I wore it on my head for a while to test it out. This one worked! So we rescheduled and I captured these amazing photos you see here! I would like to thank Taylor for being so patient with me - you were such a trooper, Taylor! Thank you for going with the flow and being the perfect model for the shoot! You ROCKED it!
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