A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to join forces with a number of local wedding vendors and other photographers to shoot some incredible couples, and elopement content. We all got together and shot an intimate elopement in Chatham-Kent.
A lot of people have asked me what exactly a content shoot is!
Well a content shoot or a styled shoot is a custom produced shoot that allows vendors and photographers to create beautiful on-brand photographic content. With the way of things right now, these shoots are fantastic opportunities for vendors to get together and produce content for their web presence and social media, since things like wedding shows aren’t really happening right now. They are also a great way to meet others in the wedding industry!
Shoot like these allow me to continue adding to wedding portfolio, even during the winter when there are far less weddings happening.
So one Saturday this month we all got together and an incredible couple join us to model an elopement!
We had so much fun and the images speak for themselves! Also the Jason and Sam were totally adorable and they even got a little caught up in the emotion of it all!!
This elopement was hosted by an incredible Airbnb in Plympton- Wyoming called The Plympton and it was the cutest old chapel turned Airbnb! SO MANY WHITE WALLS!! It made these details a breeze to capture. Truly a gorgeous location that would make for an incredible elopement venue(like a real one guys… not a curated one!)
Dawn did an amazing job with the table scape, and cake details. The table and decor was the perfect backdrop to a cold wintery wedding.
We asked Same and Jason if they would do a first look for us and this was the cutest thing! Jason really did get emotional at this part!! These 2 aren’t married yet- but seriously their wedding photos will be perfect whenever they do decide to tie the knot!!
These gorgeous glowy images remind me so much of Jonny and Mikyla’s engagement session last summer. Just goes to show you- we can magical glowy light in images any time of year 🙂