Designers and makers of beautiful things often need photos of their work. This was a fun bridal fashion portrait shoot in NYC for a local designer. I wanted a garden scene and picked Tudor City. If you don’t already know about Tudor City, I suggest you go check it out. It’s a small, quiet little haven in Midtown NYC near the UN. The designer of these beautiful dresses is Yodit Tibebu and she’s very creative as you will see. She needed photos for a look book of fashions for the bride and options for the bridesmaids.
Bridal Fashion Portraits
Yodit the designer really took the typical bridal elements and created something visionary. Using tulle, ribbon, bows, and a splash of sparkly, she created this beautiful dress. I can see a bride getting married with only the closest friends and family members surrounding the couple in a garden. This is a portrait of a bride who enjoys fashion but isn’t a slave to trends.
Fashion for The Bridal Party
Check out the versatility of this look. Bridal fashion is all about custom, personalized little touches that make a look unique. Now imagine some bridesmaids wearing the short version of this dress and some wearing it long. Or how about everyone is in the same length but the maid of honor is wearing this cute little pink bolero? I love it!
Evening Wedding Style
Now for that slightly more formal, evening wedding, how about a long gown in chocolate brown for the brides maids? This dress has some interesting little fashion details as well. Check out the back of the dress.
Wedding Fashion Playing with Length
Here we have a slightly different take on a fashionable bridesmaids dress that can be worn two different ways. We’ve got the short and long version. But look at that deep split when the dress is long. Stunning! And the halter bodice is striking with either the long or short version.
Are you an Indie designer looking for bridal fashion portraits of your work? Or do you need some other type of photography for your brand? Contact me and let’s talk. I’d love to work with you!
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