I had so much fun on my first styled bridal session with some amazing vendors! A huge thanks to all of the vendors involved, as well as my gorgeous model, Arianna and her super sweet husband, Nathan! This session was published on Midwest Bride‘s blog. Set in the historic Grout Museum District in Waterloo, Iowa this inspirational bridal shoot is nothing short of a fairy tale. Desiring a vintage glam styled shoot that speaks of the rich history of our city, we found that our venue, the Snowden House, helped us do just that. Adorned with soft, romantic antique and vintage pieces, this session gave us a true sense of nostalgia. The Snowden House has been a part of Waterloo since 1881, when it was completed by William Snowden. Donated to the Grout Museum by the Waterloo Women’s Club in 1997, it is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is graced with crystal chandeliers and antique styled carpet and wallpaper. To compliment the decor, our color palette featured pale pink, peach, cream and earthy greens, with hints of hot pink and gold. Waterloo has a wealth of history and it was an honor to capture this bridal shoot in a historic house in the heart of our city. Often times these historic venues are overlooked for more extravagant or traditional settings. We wanted to show you that you can use your city’s historic venues to create a gorgeous, romantic backdrop for your dream wedding. Check it out!
Photographer | Nicole Corrine
Venue | The Snowden House
Style | Ladybugs Event Planning
Cake | 3 Friends Catering
Stationary | EmDesign
Florals | Petal Pusher Designs
Beauty | Courtney Cue at Hair Gallery