When a majestic horse named "Moose" and lush scenery that is reminiscent of French lavender fields come together with a delicate lace gown that is perfectly captured by Tracey Buyce Photography, it's a little known fact that magical things can occur. What I adore most about this gown is that it is actually two pieces. There is a faint hint of blue silk with the softest creamy Belgian handwoven lace overlay. If you have already found your "something blue", the blue can be swapped out for ivory, champagne or blush!
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"Tracey of Tracey Buyce Photography had her hands full for this shoot! The challenges of Light, timing and the extreme July heat as well as Tracey’s very sweet young horse. Moose, the true star of the shoot did an amazing job even though he was far more interested in sampling all the ferns than snuggling up with our brave and extremely tolerant model, Bethany Slade.
Alayne from Make Me Fabulous completely nailed our soft, natural, “Something Bleu Bride” look. Sheer peachy tones brought out Bethany’s natural beauty, even showing off her delicate freckles. So many of our brides wear little to no make up day to day and are always expressing concern about looking over done and not like themselves on the wedding day. This look proves how beautiful a bride can be with minimal make up.
The shoot would have been nothing without the amazing floral designs from Kathy at The Petal Pusher Florist in Burnt Hills. We showed Kathy photos of the dresses and gave her full creative license. WOW did she ever blow us away. We can’t even pick our favorite piece, boutique, halo or the giant 70? wreath for Moose’s neck!"