Vintage wedding photos give off a sense of sophistication and nostalgia to your wedding. The fun part is that every person thinks of “vintage” differently, so each couple has a specific style that they use. We have showcased two very different vintage wedding photo shoots below: one from Sean Michael Photography and the other from Rodrigo Pineda Photography, both SnapKnot members!
The first is a wedding of Bill and Caitlin that was photographed by Sean with Sean Michael Photography. The wedding was at the Old Burn Brae Plantation in Stuart, Florida. This is what Sean has to say about it:
“This couple was my first wedding of the 2014 wedding season, and what a fabulous wedding it was! They chose to go with a classic vintage theme, and the old Burn Brae Plantation made the ideal setting to make this theme come alive! The home is a historic landmark of Stuart and is the original Krueger home built in the late 1800s. That, combined with the Krueger family history made it the perfect location. Caitlin and Bill selected Fuji chrysanthemums as the primary flower in remembrance of Bill’s father Karl J. Krueger Jr., who years ago owned a flower farm. Bill has memories as a little boy running through the flower beds with the huge chrysanthemums and causing chaos. They had a private shoot before the ceremony in a beautiful park in downtown Stuart. Bill waited in Memorial Park and Caitlin came up behind him in her wedding dress and tapped him on the shoulder. He turned around and I was able to capture the special moment. They loved it because they were both able to relax and enjoy each other before heading over to the ceremony. And they were able to see each other for the first time alone. The wedding turned out absolutely amazing and we got some terrific photos!”
Our next vintage wedding photos were taken by Rodrigo and Samantha Pineda with Rodrigo Pineda Photography. This wedding was taken in Charleston, West Virginia. Here is what they had to say about this fun, vintage shoot.
“One of our favorite things about photographing any wedding, is that you make new friends in the process. We had so much fun working with the whole bridal party. From capturing the romance and love in the bride and groom shots, to laughing and goofing around during the fun bridal party shots. We tried to keep things flowing smoothly the whole day through which allowed us to capture some beautiful photos.”