Molly and Zac | Southern Oregon Bridal Session

“Go where you feel most alive.” -Greg Childs

Is there anything more romantic than a mountaintop session? Here in Southern Oregon, we are so blessed with picturesque mountain peaks just about everywhere we turn. In fact, when I travel to other destinations for weddings or sessions, I am reminded how lucky we are to have such gorgeous spaces to explore. This wonderful couple requested mountaintop bridals, and I was more than happy to oblige. The mountains represent strength and surety, something that is necessary for any strong marriage. They also offer beautiful lighting, interesting textures, and colors that even photos can’t do justice to completely.

We trekked together to one of the prettiest areas, and they celebrated their recent marriage (which took place in another state) with these breezy, dreamy photos. Molly’s stunning dress (via Anthropologie) was beaded and sparkling, and Zac wore a coordinating suit. Of course, the showstopping florals were a perfect addition, and they came courtesy of The Bloom & Co. If you aren’t familiar with their unique blossoms and arrangements, you should definitely check them out. The owner, Cortney, specializes in getting to know each of her clients, and making them bouquets and arrangements that suit their personalities and passions. She absolutely did a wonderful job with Molly’s blooms, which captured her spirit and joy.

Separate bridal sessions are a really special way to get a personal, intimate session when you have a destination wedding or get married elsewhere. It allows you to have the portraits you’ll want to hang up, document, and share with friends and family, and gives you and your spouse another sweet memory together without the hustle and bustle of the wedding day. They can also be a really fun way to express your personal style in a different way. If you are interested in scheduling your own bridal session, just contact us on our contact page!

Hair and Makeup : Whitney Audra

Florals: The Bloom Co

Dress: Anthropologie