Snow White Bridal Styled Shoot

It is days like today where I really can not believe what an incredible job I have. As a wedding blogger, I have the chance to share some amazing talent and view some gorgeous details along the way. Today’s post is no exception to the rule of brilliant talent and prettiness. And today is extra special . My two favorite things have come together for a beautifully styled shoot. Yep, Disney and weddings.  Not just Disney, but  more specifically, a  Disney Princess.  This lovely bridal styled shoot has all the details I love in a Disney inspired session.  The beautiful bride as Snow White, the iconic apple from the Evil Witch, the exquisite table with pops of red, and a breathtaking setting fit perfectly for this stunning princess.  I have to talk about the fabulous bridal gown for a second. Swoon indeed! The gold accents floating on the dress, and the style is absolutely elegant. Perfect for a princess! I can go on and on about this fantastic Snow White session, but it will take up the whole page, and I think its best to judge for yourself.  If you are as big of a Disney fan as I am, then you will see why I am so obsessed over this Disney princess bridal styled shoot from the very talented Endless Exposures Photography who has obviously taken over my Disney & wedding loving heart.


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A bit about the styled shoot from Endless Exposures Photography

I have been wanting to put together a styled shoot for awhile now and recently collaborated a dark Snow White inspired bridal shoot. Casey Wilburn modeled for me in a Terani Couture ball gown that I had found in a thrift shop. Casey’s look struck out to me and I knew she would fit the roll perfectly. She did her own hair and makeup as I was on a budget for the shoot, so everything that I could do within my team was going to save me money. I love the gold and red dark colors in season this year so I wanted to incoporate that as well. 
  I put together props from Hobby Lobby, Michaels, antique and thrift shops, and things I had collected around the house. I wanted it to have a dark and filmy look. I shot hybrid with some in film and some in digital. For the things that I could not find in the color that I wanted, I spray painted gold. I made the dummy cake with styrofoam and fondant, and used gold food coloring to spray paint the top of the cake. I found the cake topper apple at the store for 50% off to add a finishing touch! It was fate when I passed by it! 
  We shot in a wooded area where I like to jog at. There’s a trail that I discovered years ago and I love it as my hidden gem location spot. I knew it would be perfect for the dark look that I was going for.




Photography: Endless Exposures Photography

Hair and Make up: Casey Wilburn

Cake: Emily Chateauvert

Macaron Desserts: Sweet Town & Country

Dress: Terani Couture

Model: Casey Wilburn

Props: Thrift stores, Antique stores, Hobby Lobby, Michaels, and other personal items



A Disney Paris Wedding from White Rabbit Photo Boutique

I live for weddings and pretty much anything bridal. But when you throw in some Disney Magic into the mix, then I totally flip out.  I absolutely love Disneyland and all things Disney. When you combine the two,(weddings plus Disney), the perfect wedding dream is created. Oh my goodness!  So when White Rabbit Photo Boutique sent over this fabulous and lovely Southern California wedding at Disneyland, I  just died. The beautiful bride created an ultimate Disney wedding–she added a touch of Paris to an already magical night, and it was a true fairytale come true. Ready to see the most magical at a gorgeous Disney Paris Wedding?
















From the Bride…

We met in High School Kyle was a sophomore and Crystal was a freshman. We had 2nd period together and Crystal got involved in the FFA (future farmers of america) because Kyle was very involved in it so she got involved to get closer to Kyle.  After a year of flirting Kyle finally asked her out on 4th of July.

We both grew up going to Disney Parks and loved Disney movies. So what better way to make the wedding us then to get married at the happiest place in the world. For our first year anniversary being a couple we were blessed to be able to spend it in Paris together. So we made sure that our wedding had a touch of Paris. Since we started dating Kyle always gave me different types of roses. So we made sure to incorporate the red rose from Beauty and the Beast.

The biggest advice is to make sure you do not do budget cuts from your photography. Photos are what captures the memories that will now last a lifetime.


Vendor Information:

Venue: Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, California

Photography: White Rabbit Photo Boutique

Videography: Motus Films 

Officiant: Bob Martin (Family friend)

Wedding Coordinator: Cynthia Autrey (Disney Fairytale Weddings and Honeymoons)

DJ: Disney Entertainment

Cake: Disney Fairy Tale Weddings

Flowers: Disney Fairy Tale Weddings

Hair/Makeup: Tara Fontana with Fairytale Hair and Make Up 

Stationery: Home made

Bride’s Gown: David’s Bridal Collection

Bride’s Shoes: Michaellangeo

Bridesmaid’s Gowns: En Vouge

Groom’s Tux: Vera Wang

Groomsmen Attire: Vera Wang