Two days prior to their wedding, Isaac and Hannah wanted an opportunity to slow down. After 1137 days together, they wanted to reflect and to enjoy the simple things within their relationship. Their Manhattan lifestyle session was the perfect opportunity to slow down and appreciate those sweet moments within the relationship that they appreciated so much.
Their love story didn’t follow the typical pattern. It wasn’t one of those, “boy meets girl, boy and girl fall in love” stories. Their love story was a bit more complicated than that. There were hard conversations, long distance dating, and extended periods of time spent apart. But sometimes, most times, those complicated stories are the best ones.
It’s such an honor to have their cozy in-home lifestyle session featured over on Cottage Hill!
Inspired by the Old World charm of the Greystone Mansion, a historic venue located in Beverly Hills, the lush paths and gardens provided a beautiful backdrop for this collaboration. The styling by Tristan Needham featured elements that were driven by purpose and even the smallest of details left you charmed by her graceful designs. Laura’s design philosophy displayed a true devotion to color and texture as her floral arrangements featured varying neutral hues while displaying the slightest hint of blush. The paper suite, created by Owl Post Calligraphy, inspired our inner minimalist with unexpected textures and warm tones. The lace gown by Australian designer, Grace Loves Lace, was delicate, feminine, and moved gracefully as the bride explored the garden courtyards. It was a pleasure to have been a part of this gathering and to receive the opportunity to meet such incredible talents. Jeremy created an atmosphere centered around community and continuously went above to share his knowledge and experience.
This collaboration features such amazing creatives and I’m honored to have this beautiful shoot featured over on The White When today!