I am so proud of this Styled Shoot, because it was my first shoot ever since I was in a car accident with my husband and 3 boys on January 1st, 2019.
I have done and set up styled bridal shoots in the past, but this one was mostly for me than for my followers to see.
I was excited to set this shoot up, I was running around collecting everything like a crazy person, I was super stressed and tired, but soo excited.
The day of the shoot, I didn’t have anyone to help me set up, I was frustrated and stressed because I was running out of time and I had to take everything with me in my car, making sure not to break any of the lanterns, plates, glasses or even my car window because of the things clinking inside.
But I was lucky enough that Danielle who is an amazing HMUA that was working on the model, was so sweet to tell me “Girl, I’ll help you set up!” And that was such a relief, because she has such an great vibe and positivity.
We got to the location late and I wasn’t sure if it was going to work out or not because the light was already dying down, and we had to carry and build the table, set it up, and make sure to secure the things on the table so the wind wouldn’t take it.
So, I put on some beats, embraced what we had and got to work!
Honestly, I wish I would’ve had more time, but I am happy with what we accomplished. I was definitely a team effort.
The shoot did so well, that I am so proud and honored to say that it was featured in a magazine that is so important to the wedding industry in Utah… This shoot was featured in Utah Valley Bride!!! My dream come true! The one magazine I have always dreamt of being featured in! The one magazine I have worked for all these years! And it finally happened!
So, remember this. You will hear no, a lot. But it doesn’t and it shouldn’t mean that you have to quit! It means work harder, let it be your fuel to be creative, to try something new.
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