As you’ve seen me write previously, it’s always so hard NOT posting bridal portraits because, well, the wedding hasn’t happened yet. So, again, I’m very happy that their wedding was this weekend so I can now share her Reynolda Gardens Bridal Portrait session. If you aren’t familiar with the Reynolda Gardens, it is a beautiful location in Winston-Salem, NC that used to be a private residence and donated it to the city to become a park and open to the public. Complete with an art museum, beautiful gardens, small independently owned merchant stores and quite a few other amenities, it’s a very cool place.
Anyway, she had talked about taking her pictures there and as I had never been, I was really excited to shoot there. I was certainly NOT disappointed. Her dress seemed made for her and fit the scenery perfectly. Her Mother had the foresight to bring along a few long stemmed roses which we used in a few of the shots. As we only had 90 minutes to shoot, we started at the main building and walked down to the gardens, grabbing photos at the multitude of gorgeous locations on the Reynolda Gardens grounds. I seriously had a very difficult time picking the “best” photos from this session. It seemed that everything we did just came out perfect… from the first photos to the last.
Having never been to Reynolda Gardens before, I can honestly say I can’t wait to go back. It really is such a gorgeous location and the memory of the place is in no small part to my gorgeous bride, who absolutely rocked her portrait session. I can’t wait to blog about her wedding but that will have to wait until another post. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy her Reynolda Gardens Wedding Portrait.