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featured on popular wedding blog zoe larkinLove & Lavender

This whimsical image set with a pretty, melancholy feel, with pale pastel, washed out tones, yellow sun, driftwood, rough sand, soft lace and porcelain skin. The story was of a beautiful sad bride jilted on her wedding day, carrying a battered San Jose suitcase, walking along a windswept San Francisco beach, destination unknown. The vendor team cultivated a nostalgic, romantic old world feel. The California beach light was perfectly in line with the vision.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

offbeat bride featured photographer zoe larkin

Offbeat Bride

This quirky, 1950s inspired bridal photoshoot took place in the vintage bookstore Owl & Company in Oakland, California. We let the amazing backdrop of 25,000 used books guide our vision, as we brought together a stylish bouquets, a hand embellished repurposed 1950’s dress, and a victory rolls updo. Each member of the vendor team contributed to a 1950’s chic, glamorous feel. The result was sublimely stylish, unique and modern yet with a timeless and wonderfully dainty beauty about it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Equally Wed

This gorgeous San Francisco engagement session featured two of my favorite clients, the fun-loving couple William and Shawn. In this shoot I wanted to bring out the unique story of this #engayged couple and honor their personalities and quirks. Their feature on Equally Wed was a pertinent one as it focuses on LGBTQ+ weddings and love stories.

 

 

 

 

Equally Wedethical weddings san francisco equally wed

This feature combined my writing and photography as I shared my own tips for putting on an ethical wedding for people who want their wedding to give back. Tips include going plastics free, carpooling & taking public transit, utilizing non profits’ spaces, and donating leftovers of all kinds to those in need. The article was a response to the issue of waste at weddings. This is a cause very close to my heart. I see waste and overconsumption all the time at weddings and I don’t feel the issue is addressed enough by the industry at large.