Last month Ginny Au joined Erich & Amy McVey in Elk, California to visit the location of Erich Mcvey’s June Workshop at Roth Family Ranch. The venue was chosen for its majestic yet humble environment; the perfect place to create a workshop inspired by the beauty of the natural world. During this two day visit, Erich & Ginny decided to pull together a simple photo shoot featuring an ivy and aster gown from The Dress Theory and a truly stunning Monvieve veil and slip from Ivory & White Boutique. Inspired by the moody light, colors and textures of Northern California’s coastline, this shoot serves as the perfect prelude to the magic and beauty to come this June.

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Photography: Erich McVey  | Creative Direction & Styling: Ginny Au | Hair & Makeup: Amy McVey | Florals: Twigss Floral  | Model: Meredith Adelaide | First Dress: The Dress Theory | Second Gown & Veil: Ivory & White | Film Lab: Photovision  | Ribbon: Froufrou Chic 


Comments (10)

Imogen Thoburn | Reply

Breath taking. So delicate, such a beautiful
Colour palette! Hoping to attend pearl and godiva workshop with erich in the fall! Can’t wait x x

Sonja Lyon | Reply

Hi there! Just wanted to let you know that the credits are incorrect! This gown is called “Eve” and it’s by Rue de Seine!

Camille | Reply

Gorgeous!!!! Thanks for sharing! The dress we sent was actually the very beautiful Eve gown by Rue de Seine. Goodness, we love this shoot so much.

Ryan Ray | Reply

SO beautiful Erich, Amy and Ginny. Love y’all!

Caitlin | Reply

these are beyond perfect

joey | Reply

Erich! THis has to be one of my all time favorites!!!!

Jeremiah and Rachel Photography | Reply

So amazing guys. One of my all time favorite shoots of your Erich :)

Brian | Reply

Awesome work as always! So looking forward to the Bend workshop!

Vida | Reply

How can I purchase this veil? Or one like it??!

Anna | Reply



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