My Daughter's Bridal PortraitBeky in her wedding gown for ger bridal portrait session
As a professional wedding photographer http://www.robinsonweddingphotography.com/ I have photographed two out three of my daughter's weddings with a great sense of love and pride for them both. It was my way of giving them a wedding gift that would last them a lifetime.
My daughter Beky insisted I not photograph her wedding and with much deliberation she prevailed and I compromised. I did insist on taking her formal bridal portrait to which she agree. The date and time was scheduled and we both were excited about creating a work of art she and her new husband would enjoy for many years to come.
Beky shopped for several weeks seeking out the perfect wedding gown and finally settled on the Vernice Maggie Sottero design https://www.maggiesottero.com/ . Beky finally had her perfect wedding gown at http://alexandrasbridalboutique.co
I had been working on the perfect background, a hand painted David Mahue canvas http://www.backgroundsbymaheu.com/ The lighting and background where all in place and ready to go when Beky arrived at my portrait studio. Her hair and makeup where done just before we started working on her portrait. I know for me being her Father and a professional photographer this was a very special time for me. I know it was also for Beky.
I will present her bridal portrait to her at her wedding reception.