When this styled shoot from Radion Photography came into our inbox, we were instantly in love with all of it!! It was a perfect mix of making us feel like we were strolling along the pathways of an overgrown French garden to being lost in Australia, even though we’ve never been to either of those places. The shoot used a bunch of different elements to make it feel unique and special! We are sure you are going to love it.
From the photographer, “When I approach my photoshoots, the first thing I look at is my subject and location and see what they have in common. My photography really reflects on my lifestyle. If I’m not behind my computer, I am hiking with my family or shooting in the Sawtooth’s with a client. With every shoot that I put together, I always try to push the envelope with my locations. With this specific shoot, I came across this beautiful vintage house while jogging on Warm Springs rd. in Boise and I knew I had to shoot there. I really wanted to approach this shoot as natural possible, just use what this house had to offer. Trust me, its not always that easy. With its overgrown foliage and weather worn pottery, I had to use a slightly bohemian/glam lace wedding gown so that they can compliment each other. My wonderful friend, Paige from Wild Flower made the most beautiful bouquet that looked just right in the bride’s hand. I also have to mention the beautiful hand made headpiece from Anna Marguerite. I just love how its golden leaves shine in the setting sun.”
Photography and Design: Radion Photography
Floral: Wild Flower
Headpiece: Anna Marguerite
MUA: Irina Chubinsky
Dress: Martina Liana 745