I have been working on Rock the Frock's in the background for the last couple years and love the promotional images I've had a chance of getting. This is a service that has grown near and dear to my heart, especially after working at Vancouver's 10th Annual Eco Fashion Week where I met amazing bridal couture designer Gaby Bayona of Laudae. Gaby's call to sustainability is the essence that Brides don't get rid of gowns, but rather pass them down from generation to generation.
When I first decided to offer Rock the Frock Sessions, I hadn't yet partnered with Arbonne to provide the best, cleanest makeup around. I simply cringed every time I saw someone in one of my social media feeds posing for a 'trash the dress' where they completely wrecked otherwise beautiful (and expensive) gowns.
Today I work with clients to provide a unique experience, developing a custom photoshoot specific to you and your gown. I love featuring a vegan makeup brand and the results speak for themselves. The perfecting liquid foundation is a must for all my photo sessions and clients instantly fall in love with the results. The marriage between sustainable fashion and makeup products comes to life in my Rock the Frock Sessions and I'm so excited to get working on more in the future.
This latest Rock the Frock Session featured below was so fun, Eloïse crushed it in my old wedding dress and we both were so excited to feature beautiful Harrison Hot Springs in these pictures. Scroll through the images below and leave a comment to tell me which was your favourite!
um, hello Miranda Kerr/Natasha Godden look alike.
This girl waits for no one.
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