Tuesday, February 15, 2011
So recently I was looking for some inspiration for an upcoming fundraiser that I am helping to pull together and plan on the behalf of Thirst Relief International. We enlisted the help of Kaja Foat with Foat Design to come up with a fun and unique dress for the shoot. Drawing from a "MadMen" feel for inspiration, she came up with a 50's/60's short dress with a long veil.
At any rate, I was searching for inspiration on grooms attire for a dress like this, and thought I would see what I could find on JFK and Jackie's wedding. What I found made me stop and think about wedding photography and the images we produce as Minneapolis wedding photographers. I couldn't help but be impressed with how relevant and stylish these images still are after almost 60 years later! Now, not everyone is the Kennedy's, but the pictures don't say dated, trendy, or anything but timeless (The Image Below Is From Life).
Stacey and I have set out to create a similar experience and finished product for our clients. We look at wedding pictures as something not only for the couple, but as heirlooms for their children also. In order to do this, we try to keep our pictures clean, crisp, and full of emotion. I would be curious to get your thoughts on what you think of the Kennedy's Wedding Pictures and it's timeless quality?
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