Timing truly is everything. When I first connected with Megan, it was through The Baltimore Baton, a photo relay between Baltimore locals shedding light on life in Charm City on Instagram… after quickly bonding over our love of city life in Bmore, she mentioned this idea she had to do a bridal portrait session in a non-traditional location, incorporating her love of urban murals, a custom Mrs. leather jacket handlettered by local artist Adam Stab, and Converse sneaks paired with a ‘bride’ tank from Brightside Boutique… talk about my love language!!!
We not only had a blast taking portraits together in Graffiti Alley, but she ROCKED the badass bride ‘tude the entire time and showed the world that bridal portraits don’t have to be traditional and formal.
Did you know Baltimore’s Graffiti Alley is right behind the Motor House? The Motor House is a creative crossroads rooted in the culture of Baltimore. As a non-profit arts hub, gallery, and performance space that encourages new visions, bold experiments, and emerging voices to celebrate the artistry of our city, it couldn’t have been a more perfect location for this unique shoot.
Fast forward to today, as we’re 2 days away from the #camillowedding at Main Street Ballroom in Ellicott City, Maryland. The leather Mrs. jacket will definitely make an appearance along with countless other meaningful handmade elements and details that Megan’s family and friends have touched, to add to the celebration of their love story!
If you haven’t already seen the latest platform Megan created to share a behind the scenes view of the wedding industry through the eyes of brides & vendors, check out The Bride Baton; this girl is so good at what she does, I’m so honored to be a small part of it!
Time to get you married, girlfriend… and this image below represents the energy and excitement I’ll be buzzing with for the next 72 hours! #soulsisterstatus