Real Wedding: Frida Kahlo Inspired Bridal Portraits

According to Anne Marie Photography, bride Lynndi was always a fan of artistic and iconic feminist figure, Frida Kahlo and the iconic artists style was a major influence in this lovely portrait shoot. Lynndi’s beautiful flower DIY flower crown, made by her and her mother, was a nod to Kahlo, who was often depicted wearing one. For another look, the bride showed off her love of classic vintage style with her unique Juliet cap and veil, which fell gracefully over her face as the soft sunlight illuminated the fine details of the lace. The location for Anne Marie Photography’s shoot with Lynndi was the Landa Library in San Antonio, Texas. The library’s ivory columns and brick steps made for the perfect Shakespearean Verona-like backdrop for Lynndi. The bride’s natural makeup with a touch of rich red lipstick added the perfect pop of color to the bride’s neutral color scheme. This bridal session was definitely a display of elegant artistry!

Bride Poses In DIY Flower Crown by Anne Marie Photography
Photography by: Anne Marie Photography
Bride Sits On Steps And Poses by Anne Marie Photography
Photography by: Anne Marie Photography
Bride Poses Next To Building by Anne Marie Photography
Photography by: Anne Marie Photography
Bride Poses Next to Column by Anne Marie Photography
Photography by: Anne Marie Photography
Bride In Flower Crown by Anne Marie Photography
Photography by: Anne Marie Photography

Such a beautiful bride! Thanks Anne Marie Photography for sharing!

-Andee

Photographer:  Anne Marie Photography//Other Location:Landa Library //Hair: Just an Inch Salon

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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