Bridal portraits are a popular southern wedding tradition, but its not just for southerners. It is no longer a must to be shot in studio (that is an option), but we can go to any location. Creativity is the name of the game when it comes to modern bridal portrait sessions. We can shoot at your wedding venue, we can shoot at the coast, the mountains, or what ever you want. While not a “must have” for all brides, bridal portraits can play an important part of being relaxed on your wedding day. Here are some samples of past raleigh bridal portraits.

Check out the blog for some full portrait sessions Here and Here

If you have questions about bridal portraits check out my blog post (coming soon)

black and white Barclay Villa Bridal Portrait of a bride posing on the stairs with her reflection in the floor
Bride standing on a table at the capital city club in downtown raleigh
Bride looking at lighting fixture while her floats in the air
Bride taking fall bridal portraits in front of orange tree in the White garden at JC Raulston Arboretum
Julie leaning against while column on the porch of the Hudson Manor with her veil blowing in the wind
bride sitting at the NCMA posing for her raleigh bridal portrait with bouquet in her lap
Bride posing for portrait in front of the Hudson Manor
bride sitting on couch smiling in front of the window at the Cotton Room
bride posing at night in front of Husk in downtown Charleston
Bride sitting on the stairs at City Club Raleigh smiling for her portrait
full shot of bride holding flower bouquet at Brier Creek Country Club posing for her Raleigh bridal portraits
bride in blush wedding dress with her veil blowing in the wind
bride posing beside the Gyre rings at the North Carolina Museum of Art