Have you enjoyed this wedding vendor series half as much as I have? I mean, I have absolutely loved featuring girl bosses who are so good at what they do. This styled shoot was two months in the making, and every ounce of work to get it done was worth it.
Today, to finish it off, I am talking about Hannah Hagaman of Cottonwood Road Photography. You have seen her name all over my blog, because she takes all my photos. She makes me feel so confident with every single shoot. In addition to my blog, what Hannah excels at is weddings, engagements, and couple’s shoots. Paul and I have had the pleasure of working with her a couple of times as a couple now, and we just know we are always going to be blown away by her work. Nobody gets more genuine laughs or shots out of you like Hannah. She is incredible at staging and directing, which -let’s face it- unless you’re a pro, you need someone who knows what’s going to make you look best. Simply put, Hannah is the bomb at what she does. If you need photos, I cannot suggest her enough. Her work is crisp, clean, bright and airy. She will deliver you the most dreamy photos that you get to keep for the rest of your life. These are the photos you will hang on your walls, and refer to for forever to remember you and your boo’s big day or engagement photos by. If you are on a budget, I cannot say enough times- do not budge on your photographer. It is the ONLY THING that carries on after your wedding day. Don’t cut costs there. Email Hannah!
I really wish I could post EVERY PHOTO Hannah took… but I will spare you. Bottom line, she is amaze. She will make you and your boo feel so good (and she makes you look dang good, too.)
I got so many questions about Paul’s suit, so I won’t leave that out! This suit is a heather navy suit from Jos. A Bank. (The 1905 line.) I have it linked below. This is such a nice suit, and it made Paul look dang good, if I do say so myself. His boots are from Aldo, but they’re no longer available. I linked a few similar ones.
SALE ALERT: Literally, this suit JUST went on sale from $695 to $278 (!?!?!) This suit is seriously incredible. It looks so good on. It’s trim and tailored fitting, the perfect slim fit.
Last, but not least!, is my exit outfit for the shoot. I paired my blush tulle skirt from Space 46 Boutique with my sash and bolero I wore for my real wedding. This made for such a sweet, nostalgic outfit and I loved getting to repurpose these items. I wore an Aerie bralette underneath. The key to a great leaving outfit is to simply keep true to the feel of your wedding. This one goes perfectly with the blush pink chic wedding we styled. For my real wedding, I left in a sweet white dress with my blush pink flats I wore throughout the night. The call is yours, but I gotta say that this outfit is one of my favorites I have ever styled!
The bolero- IHeartBride; The Skirt- Space 46 Boutique; Sash- Abigail Grace Bridal.
I absolutely LOVED doing this series for y’all, sharing the tidbits of information I know from planning my own wedding while introducing you to local vendors. If you have anything else you want to know, email me! Let me help you. Recently someone emailed me asking to help with their wedding playlist, and I loved giving suggestions! Whatever it might be- holler at me.
Love y’all! Have a happy Saturday.