A Gatsby-Inspired Photo Shoot
If there is one thing we love here at Kentucky Bride, that is playing dress up. Join us as we look through the photos from this "Gatsby-Inspired Photo Shoot," shot by April Gastinger of Bright Mountain Photography, where the models got to play dress up for the day, 1920s style.
This delicate white lingerie is so elegant, perfect for a wedding day.
Getting ready is one of the best parts of any wedding and here, the bride is being pampered by her bridesmaids as she prepares for the day.
These bridesmaids' serious faces draw the focus toward their fun vintage clothing and accessories.
This photograph epitomizes 1920's glamour, as this bridesmaid is decked out in a shimmery dress and decorative headpiece.
Don't these bridesmaids look like they're having fun? That's one of the most important things to remember on any wedding day (or photo shoot for that matter): just have fun!
The bold lip colors and vintage clothing really make these women stand out against the beautiful porch of the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum.
The bride may be dressed in neutral colors, but her look is anything but plain. Plus, we love how her bouquet of flowers adds the much-needed pop of color to this picture.
The look on the groom's face in the background as he looks toward his stunning bride is simply priceless.
This photo shoot is all about the accessories, especially in this photograph where the two bridesmaids are laced with pearls, sequins and sparkle.
This bridesmaid's feathered head piece looks great with her short, 1920's style 'do!
"A Gatsby-Inspired Photo Shoot" Creative Team
Photographer: April Gastinger of Bright Mountain Photography
Wedding Dress: Queen of Rags
Bride's Maids' Dresses: Unique Boutique and Queen of Rags
Fur, Shoes and Lingerie: Unique Boutique
Men's Clothing: Target
Headpieces: Brooke Meadows Designs
Jewelry and Gloves: Nitty Gritty
Bouquet: Pinnotti's Flowers
Location: The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum
Bride: Casil Linville Pousardien
Groom: Spencer Noland