Hidden Villa in Early Spring

March 3, 2016

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Megan Robinson  |  Megan Robinson  |  Meganrobinsonphoto.com

Early Spring in Spokane is most commonly accompanied by overcast skies and beginnings of life fighting through remnants of snow. While embracing the season, we kept the mood subtle while brining warmth to the scene with effortless details. For this bridal session we were inspired by the layers of stone and climbing greenery of our location which we refer to as “The Villa” but is simply a hidden triplex tucked away near downtown Spokane. The textured mauve and pink florals offered a natural pop of color against the neutral backdrop.

We wanted to create a bridal inspiration that would be easy for any bride to achieve. One of our favorite details from this session were the bride’s gold stacked rings as they show how a simple element like this can make a statement while retaining simplicity and personality for the bride. ” – Megan

Creative Team
Crown: Mignonne Handmade
Makeup: Shasta Hankins
Hair: All Tressed Up
Gown: Samuelle Couture
Floral: Erica’s Expressions
Concept: Megan Robinson and Pam Terpstra
Coordination + Styling: Pam Terpstra

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  1. Sara Weir

    March 5th, 2016 at 3:45 pm

    The colors and emotion is just beautiful.

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