From the photographer:
I put this shoot together after feeling inspired by the changing season. I loved the idea of putting together a shoot which celebrated pre-winter/pre-spring – those in between seasons which aren’t always the most popular time to marry. If you’re lucky, you can end up with the most incredible light and warmth of contrast. Given where I am in my life and career at the moment (a baby on the way and how that will fit in with everything!) I wanted to create something which celebrated the themes of patience, surrender, stillness, and new chapters in life. These concepts are so poignant for me at the moment, but are also key for couples embarking on a new season in their lives.

Photography Julie Michaelsen Photography | Styling/Design Vanilla Rose Weddings | Floral Design All For Love | Dress Inbal Dror | Hair/Makeup Sanni Sorma | Venue Chiswick House | Cake Claire Owen Cakes | Photo Assistant Henika Thompson | Bridal Boutique Morgan Davies | Furniture Hire Wedhead | Linens The Linen Works | Cutlery & Styling Tray  Amara Living | Bridal Shoes Alexandre Birman | Groom’s Suit Stephen Bishop Suiting | Silk Ribbons Kate Cullen | Rings & Earrings Michaela Roemer | Stationery Vine in the Wild | Models Julia & James from Bame Models


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One of the most beautiful places on earth is the Utah desert, where vast and immense sand dunes wind in and out of sight. Inspired by the sand and sun, this beautiful bridal portrait session in the desert is not one to miss.