Every day my inbox is filling more and more with incredible engagement sessions and real weddings. When I saw this one, I was so excited. They are the most adorable duo and look like the type of couple I would want to know and hang out with. When Emma from Honey Honey Photography sent this over I had to post it as soon as I could.
When the Redlands, CA couple, Melissa & Johnny, contacted Emma, Melissa was prepared with an inspiration board filled with images from film stills to Anthro catalog pages. She wanted a casual feel but something that toes the line between a visual diary and a vintage editorial lookbook.
I mean look as those masks? What struck me about the images was the fine art photography feel. A mix somewhere between William Eggleston and Cindy Sherman perhaps? The couple wanted to spend the day doing things they loved to do together which involved hanging out at home, picnics in the park, visiting antique stores and a vintage book/record shop. (Believe me, if I showed you all the amazing photos Emma sent, this would be the longest post ever!)
I am hoping that once they get married, Emma will send pics of the wedding as it will be just as beautiful I am sure. As Emma told me, “Their wedding will be held at a museum park where several historical houses stands (Very big fish, the movie, inspired) in March, so it looks like a little neighborhood, with rented vintage furniture, white christmas lights, and lots of DIY goodies. It’ll be a very small and intimate wedding!” Do you think I’ll get an invite? ;)