Taylor proposed to Sydney on the 4th of July on a mountain top that was equally symbolic for the pair.
“He first took me there to hang out and took me again to ask me to be his girlfriend. There were rose petals and tiki torches leading to him with candles surrounding him”. The pair danced to their favourite song and once it was over Taylor got down on one knee and asked Sydney to become his Wife. Once Sydney replied with the big “YES!” a swarm of fireworks set off, creating their perfect and most memorable 4th of July yet.
Sydney’s Elizabeth Cooper gown was chosen for its balance of simplicity and elegance, and once she tried it on, it just happened to be the perfect fit! Two completely unique and diverse Bridal bouquets were put together to highlight the blush tones in Sydney’s dress. The first bouquet created a flawless visual representation of nature and elegance, complete with soft pops of blue and white. The second, had a correlation of orange, red and blush pinks, making it a vibrant change that we absolutely loved! The couple, the dress, the florals, and the modern artistic setting makes this wedding shoot utterly swoon-worthy!
This shoot was by the effortless work of Ashley Swenson, who captured the raw and genuine moments of love and laughter between the Bride and Groom.
Be inspired, Fairies!
Photographer Ashley Swenson @ashleyswensonphoto
Florals Carpe Diem Design Dress Elizabeth Cooper Design @elizabethcooperdesign Makeup Artist @philgoodbeauty Hair @hairby_megz