Excited to be sharing this Red Rock Country Club Wedding with everyone today, as well as a little bit of upcoming changes.
First off, a little bit about this amazing shoot. I signed up to take part in one of Ruffled blog’s styled social shoots. Styled shots are put on by various vendors in the wedding community to showcase vendors, details, locations, and more. The couple are actually models, and not a real bride and groom.
These shoots give everyone a chance to play around and be creative and showcase some portfolio work. So, while this is very similar to work you would see from me, some things are specific to this shoot. Such as the details. The vendors provided some of the details for styling and I do not own those details. I have a bag with some things, but don’t want any clients seeing these detail shots and thinking that I have all of that to use at your wedding.
The Wedding Day
This wedding shoot took place at Red Rock Country Club. This is my favorite golf course/country club in town. It is gorgeous. The ceremony site is set up to provide pretty good lighting position. And, the head lady in charge is Gina and she is the best.
There was a table set up, ceremony setup, three cakes, several craft cocktails, and more.
Craft LV provided the cocktails and I am telling you, you need to hire them for your wedding or party. They make the best tasting and most beautiful to look at cocktails. Everything I have had from them has been amazing. They have provided drinks for several events I attended this year, and I am a huge fan.
Ashley, with Ashley Creative was the styling genius behind everything for the day. So much beauty and the color palate was right up my alley. Check the bottom of the post for all the incredible vendors.
Announcement / Changes
So, you may notice that these images look a little different from what I typically post. After over a year of stressing myself out and being unhappy with how some of my editing has been, I made the decision to change it up a bit. I love the editing style I have been doing. I am trying to stay as close to that as possible. However, I really taylored my editing around skin tones/color. I wanted my images to have a very warm and specific color to them. To do this, I had to make certain settings that changed various colors in my images. Clients and vendors may have noticed that the colors they chose for their details, attire, and more, would show up slightly different. Even though most people were fine with it, it bothered me. I know people put a lot of thought into their details and colorings.
I have spent so many hours obsessing over trying to get everything perfect and it just always wasn’t working out. So, I decided to change it. I was going to wait a little bit, but what better time then now. This shoot was something I paid to do so I have the freedom to edit how I wanted and play around a bit. So, while I will be making little tweaks and perfecting things along the way, this will be more in line with how my edits will look from here on out.
It has been a really hard decision, but as I continue to grow my business and images must continue to grow with me. Anybody who was hired me, and doesn’t like the way the new edits look, don’t worry. I will be able to edit just like my previous work for you if you wish.
Maybe you don’t even notice a change, maybe you love it, maybe you hate it. Either way, I want to make sure you love your images and I will do my best to provide the best possible final images that you love.
event design @ashleycreative
Floral design @cityblossomslv
styling boards @heirloombindery
Models @moore_of_ash @mannybta_ @tngmodels