I've had an idea for a styled senior session for a while now, and this summer I made it happen. With the help of a few wonderful vendors and a beautiful model it all came together. My inspiration was 'vintage boho' and I think for the most part we nailed it.
Emma - a Wakefield High School student who is just as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside. Her mom contacted me after I reached out to the Wakefield community for a volunteer model. While Emma isn't quite a senior, I really felt she would be a great model. Not to mention she has a personal interest in modeling, which is perfect!
Hair & Makeup by Christina Marini at Hair Candy - Christina nailed it with hair and makeup. I basically said "I'm going for vintage bo-ho" and she took that and ran with it. With loose curls and just the right amount of pop to her make-up Emma looked stunning.
J'Adore Boutique - This upscale consignment shop provided two of the looks for this session. Michele, the owner is amazing. She was very excited to be involved in my little shoot and offered to provide some outfits and styling for Emma. After having Emma try on a few things we decided on the white dress to go along with the turquoise bike I already had, and the blue lace dress as a softer look that would complement Emma's skin tones beautifully.
The Sweetbay Shop - I've worked with The Sweetbay Shop before and was hoping they wanted to be involved this time around. Lucky for me Liz was very excited to help out and provided a gorgeous floral crown. I wanted something simple and Liz suggested going with some greens and pop of white. It turned out amazing and worked great for the shoot.