Morgan loved the indoor studio vibe for her Hill Country boho bridal portraits. They beauty of her Rue De Seine with detachable fringe and embroidered arm bands gave a stunning effect in the afternoon window light. Not to mention fringe details on her veil added to the overall aesthetic. This session is proof that you don’t need to be outdoors to embrace Hill Country boho bridal portraits vibes.
Even though Morgan was having a spring wedding she embraced a beautiful fall color pallet for her special day. Hints of it can be seen in her bouquet along with mini pampas grass for texture. I think we’re going to see a lot more fall inspired color pallets for weddings in the future.
After our time in the studio we headed down the road to catch the sunset along the Guadalupe river. We bustled Morgan’s dress for these photos for a different look and feel as well as playing with posing from behind to show of her Taylor swift inspired tattoo. The texture of her wedding dress and long loose hair play so nicely in the sunset breeze giving a peaceful and stunning feeling to the end of her Hill Country bridal portraits.
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Leah Thomason is local to the Texas Hill Country, and is currently booking wedding photography at any destination in the San Antonio, Austin, Fredericksburg, and Texas Hill Country area.