A Real-life Fairytale
Provo Castle Amphitheater
The Provo Castle Amphitheater was most perfect setting for these princess bride portraits. Built in 1936, it was originally the recreation center for the Utah State Hospital. Its two stone towers invoke the feeling of a medieval castle and make this setting such a romantic backdrop for wedding portraits.
Princess Bride Gown
This gorgeous ballgown style dress is the first of an all-new private label line of gowns exclusive to Harlow Brides in Salt Lake City, Utah. Its perfect peachy-blush hue, plunging V bodice, and delicate fluttering appliqué make it the perfect gown for brides who want to look and feel just like a princess on their big day.
Marianne of Bushel and a Peck Floral created a breathtaking bridal bouquet in peaches and whites to perfectly complement the gown and to match the romance of the setting. A stunning combination of garden roses, ranunculus, tulips, foxglove, and Japanese andromeda, this bouquet is the epitome of lux floral design!
This shoot is one of those times when everything just came together perfectly. I love taking the time to design a really involved editorial, with lots of details and a developed concept — but I also love when a spur-of-the-moment fun afternoon with sweet friends turns out this spectacularly! Enjoy perusing the lovely inspiration portraits and when you get to the end of the post, please check out all the amazing artists who collaborated to make this day happen!
All Images ©2017 Jen Corbett/As Ever Photography
Florals: Bushel and a Peck Floral
Dress: Harlow Brides
Hair and Makeup: Beauty by Analisa
Model: Abigail Johnsen
Film Lab: The FIND Lab
Collaboration with Loblee Photography