Weddings are a time of legacy and heritage. It’s a time where brides and grooms can reflect on the countless futures that were crafted before theirs, and usher in a new chapter of life together. There are abounding blessed ways of acknowledging the two vast histories that converge in a marriage—Olivia chose to wear her family jewelry. With tradition in her heart and a vision of timeless beauty, she and photographer Christine Gosch documented this union of past and future under a stunning display of Spanish moss!
From the photographer, Christine Gosch:
“Olivia wanted a simple, light, and feminine bridal session. She opted for a dainty floral crown instead of a bridal bouquet, which I think was so fitting for the location we shot in. The spanish moss was the perfect compliment to her Watters gown, and her family heirloom jewelry perfectly set the tone for her very family-oriented, upcoming nuptials.”
From Olivia, the bride:
“Christine was a pleasure to shoot with and she went above and beyond to make sure I was comfortable and at ease from start to finish. She was prompt, prepared, and patient; any nerves I had were quickly calmed by her friendly demeanor and skill behind the camera. She was able to capture the exact essence I was looking for and the end product was simply breathtaking. I can’t thank her enough for helping me create a unique artistic expression of my bridal accouterment.”
photographer: Christine Gosch / venue: Brazos Bend State Park / floral crown: Amanda Bee’s Floral Designs / dress boutique: Lulu’s Bridal / dress designer: Watters / hair & makeup: Sunkissed & Made Up / film lab: The FIND Lab