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Great Gatsby Bridal Photography at the Art Deco T&P Station

 

Since I love the 1920's style and Art Deco architecture, it was a real joy to photograph a Great Gatsby inspired bridal shoot for the Pence & Panache bridal boutique. The T&P train station in downtown Fort Worth was a perfect setting for this photo shoot. The architecture is stunning and made a great backdrop for the beautiful brides with amazing Great Gatsby inspires dresses and accessories.

All weddings that incorporate Art Deco styling and Great Gatsby bridal and wedding photography have always been one of my absolute favorites themes to photograph, it's visually stunning with rich colors, patterns and details. A wedding photographers dream!

The glamorous 1920's brides lived in an era where music was made for dancing, the champagne was flowing and the fabulous wedding dresses and jewelry took a leap into the future. The elegance and glitz was at it's peak and people did not spare any money into making grand events and weddings. The whole area seemed to be a big extravagant party, an epoch of fantasies that has made a huge mark on today's fashion, furniture and architecture.

Enjoy these two beautiful Art Deco brides at the historic T&P station, we had a great time Photographing Izzy and Tayana. Let us know what you think about this styled shoot?


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Bridal trash the dress portrait session at Lake Worth

 

This was an epically fun shoot! We went to Lake Worth in Fort Worth to photograph my version of a classy "trash the dress bridal portrait session". I wanted a more unique take on the trash the dress session with water, something sexy and fashionable edgy. It was all about the mood and the light during the shoot, we started at sunset and got lucky with a really nice sunset and we continued photographing through the night. The beautiful bride Katie was a real trooper, she had to fight off bugs, stings and critters through the night. We are very pleased with the results, what do you think?

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