PictoShoots: Christian Bride Photoshoot Story + Pictures

Firstly, I am not married. Haha! I remember the day I posted these pictures on my facebook, instagram account, I was asked this hideous question everytime! (LOL) But yeah, I am still single waiting to be hitched. That reminds me, well how me and my sister came up with an idea to do a christian bride photoshoot at home. It was in May 2014 when I came back from my office where I was doing my internship. I was hell tired but somehow I was kinda excited that day and wanted to have some fun. So as soon as I reached home, I told my sister, “Let’s do a photoshoot yar..its’s been too long we haven’t done it.” By the look of my sister’s face I pretty much knew she was lethargic but interested. So the first thing we had to do was make a dress for the shoot. We are spontaneous photoshoot-ers and do not have the patience to work on a home shoot for days. So we though of the idea that we had in our minds since a week or so: we would make a wedding dress out of a sofa cover! HA! I know how idiotic that sounds but this idiotic idea turned into a masterpiece later when people would ask me where I bought that gorgeous white dress from 😉 So she started off pinning that sofa cover which was a long white muslin cloth around my base clothes. And what resulted can be seen in the pictures. She had a craze for make up those days and literally made me sit for half an hour while she coated me with the best makeup she could apply with our limited resources. Adding a few pieces of jewellery here and there and some blushy smiles, we ended up taking one of the best home shoots we did. Here are the pictures:

(P.S – I loved the look on my dad’s face when I came out wearing that dress. He got sentimental! How cute 🙂 )

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One thought on “PictoShoots: Christian Bride Photoshoot Story + Pictures

  1. Reblogged this on aishwaryasivakumar and commented:
    This is my friend’s site guys…a very creative and independent girl…I’ve known her for years together…This piece posted by her is a sweet reminder of how
    “Everything turns out well if you make the most of what you have!”
    Don’t ever shy of experimenting with things…creativity is not about having additional resources, it’s about doing the best with what you have!!!
    Kudos Shweta 🙂

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