On the Jade Alexandria Photography blog, we like to share our latest shoots and even some personal stories. It's the perfect way to see what we are up to!
I recently went to the ShowIt United Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, and it was my first ever business conference. It was SUCH a great experience and I think one of my favorite parts (besides getting to meet my photo mentors Amy and Jordan Demos and Katelyn James!) was this Heirloom Opulence styled shoot. I decided to join this shoot last minute and honestly, I am SO glad I did. I think it was one of my favorite things I did at this conference. It was the dreamiest styling, the dreamiest venue, and ultimately, I learned so much from Alisha Crossley, the host of the shoot! This shoot was all the vintage vibes in the absolute best way, and I am so grateful to have participated. Thank you to all the amazing vendors who made this shoot happen. I am so proud of the images I got from this shoot and it would not be possible without all of these fantastic vendors who truly made this such an awesome experience.
Planner: Mandy Marie Creative
Venue: El Chorro Weddings
Host Photographer: Alisha Crossley Photography
Florist: Avant Garde Floral Design Studio
Rentals: Bright Event Rentals
Cake: Mae Flour Cakes
Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen
Paper Goods: They Call Me Spindles
Jewelry: Ed Marshall Jewelers
Get Away Car: Roscoe and Louie
Makeup: Lauren Reid Makeup Artist
Hair: Chantelle Mertes
Hair Accessory: Jennifer Behr
Bridal Shop: Carriage House
Bridal Gown: Sareh Nouri
Heels: Bella Belle Shoes
Ribbon: Tono and Co
Flatlay Mats: Kiss Books
Is this not the dreamiest shoot ever!? SO stunning. I am so grateful to have participated in this shoot. I feel like I grew so much as a photographer at the ShowIt United conference just from the styled shoots alone. I am so excited to share my next styled shoot in an upcoming blog post! It’s a Palm Springs inspired shoot, and it’s SO much fun and a lot of color, which I love!
Thanks again to all the amazing vendors who made this shoot possible! It was perfect!