On a warm fall day in October, I met Megan at the Kimbell Art Museum for her bridal session. The heat was quite something in true Texas fashion, but that’s Texas for ya!
We chose Kimbell Art Museum for Megan’s bridal portraits so the photos would look similar to her wedding day. Megan’s wedding was at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, so both locations have the same overall vibe. The clean architecture at both museums is perfect for photos.
There is something quite beautiful about the outdoor architecture of art museums, which makes for great photos. It gives a wonderful modern look. Bridal sessions allow us to take the time to explore the property and not have to rush through photos. We can have fun and do some non-traditional bridal images, which excites my artistic eye.
Megan’s wedding dress is a Sarah Seven gown with long sleeves. She bought her gown from Dallas Lovely Bride. The dress that she chose is simply gorgeous. Her dress is simple yet classy, with a deep v-neck, a leg slit, an open back paired with a cathedral-length veil, and the cutest pair of Bella Belle shoes with the right sparkle to them. She wore everything for these photos and felt so beautiful in her gown. It’s incredible to see my bride’s confidence grow and how they genuinely love themselves in their photos! After receiving her photos, the bride discovers how stunning she looks, which excites her even more for the big day.
Her wedding bouquet was wintry colors such as deep wine, cream, and green. I loved the pop of red mixed in with the neutrals. Lush Couture Florals did a fantastic job creating this bouquet for Megan’s photos.
I had such an enjoyable time spending the day with Megan for her bridal portraits. Here are some of my favorites from her Kimbell Art Museum wedding portraits.