Spring Bridal Portraits will warm you UP

So much goes into choosing your wedding gown and once you have, once you’ve heard The Love Theme from Romeo & Juliet and said Yes to the Dress and gone through the process of making it yours, etc. it’s’ time to schedule your portraits. Granted, you’ll have fittings and want to try it on and twirl around and work out your hair and flowers, but once you feel like you know the path, we want to be there to capture photos that will become heirlooms. And isn’t thinking about this and planning for it more fun navigating the multiple layers of clothing we all find ourselves in this January?

Elisabeth Bolick studio formal bridal portrait photo

We live in a gorgeous part of the country and so many of our brides want their photos taken outside and it always makes sense. From the Biltmore House and areas around Asheville to Blowing Rock, Boone, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Moses Cone Manor, Charlotte, Charleston, personal homes and important locations that matter to you – there are many more options that the standard and staid portraits of old.

We’re already scheduling bridal portraits for the spring and summer, so contact us and let us help you scheme now so that you can have gorgeous heirloom portraits later. 

We love family portraits whether they are set in the studio, the great outdoors, a specific location like the mountains or high country, or on our property in our outdoor portrait garden. Pixels on Paper photographs, engagements and weddingsbrides, and special events and portraits  of all kinds in our Wilkesboro, NC studio. We would be honored to meet with you, learn about you and your family and be a part of taking special portraits that will become, we hope, family heirlooms.

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