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Stephanie Williams Photography is a husband + wife photography team inspired by love and life. We're a wedding and portrait photography studio in Southern California, documenting weddings locally and worldwide. We love to travel! My husband Isaac works alongside me at every wedding - and he makes an occassional appearance on the blog as well! We strive to capture the complete story of every wedding we photograph and infuse a bit of fashion - inspired portraiture into our photojournalistic coverage. What I love most about my amazing job is capturing the love and connection between couples and their friends and family! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me or leave a comment! Comments make me happy! ;)
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I feel like I have been waiting forever to blog these images! This shoot was a major collaboration for the e-zine Utterly Engaged – if you haven’t checked out this online magazine, please do. There are so many helpful articles on how to have an amazing, budget friendly wedding without skimping on the details. Issue #2 just launched this past week, and many of these images are featured in the e-zine. I really could not of asked for a better team of amazingly talented girls to work with! Bouquets and Floral + Table Design by JL Designs, delicious desserts by Sweet and Saucy Shop, make-up by Devon Duff and hair by Robin Lamph. The theme of the shoot was Eco-Chic, and everything detail and all the dresses were in some way eco friendly. The dresses were from designer Morgan Boszilkov of Natural Bridals and SarahSeven. Both designers use eco-friendly, organic and sustainable materials to create their gorgeous designer dresses. Morgan believes that “sustainable fabrics are not limiting, but have endless potential for creating fabulous designs” and after seeing her creations, I couldn’t agree more. The tablescape and bouquets featured local, organic flowers and everlasting flowers carved from bolsa wood and the decor was vintage pieces found at thrift stores and flea markets. Hair pieces were by Batcakes Couture, Twigs + Honey, and Tessa Kim. Jewelry by Voleur de Bijoux, Joie de Vie, and Bella Lu and Me.