Bridal Portraits at the Bleu Horses Art Installation in Montana
There’s cool art all over the world, but there’s something about the Bleu Horses Art Installation in Montana that made this bridal portrait session extra special. It’s amazing how these steel horses feel so life-like. Here’s what the photographer has to say:
I love the concept of making artful photos with a bride and her special gown – an opportunity to document so many of the emotions and dreams related to wedding preparation. So, with a beautiful non-traditional gown from Jaclyn Jordan of New York, my model, Emma, and I set out to do just that with a visit to Jim Dolan’s Bleu Horses. This public art installation along the highway that runs between Three Forks and Townsend Montana has been an obsession of mine for years. The horses are both haunting and comforting.
We had a blast in the early spring weather – for Montana that means crisp sunny evening with a bit of wind to keep things interesting. Our visit included a greeting from a Rattle Snake, but being true Montana women, we avoided a confrontation, and continued about our business – but believe me, we were always on the look out for his friends!
The pensive thoughts of a young bride about to enter into the relationship of a lifetime are so beautiful and worthy of documenting, our hope is that this photo shoot will inspire brides to think big when it comes to expressive bridal sessions.
Photography: Elements of Light Photography
Venue: Wheat Montana, Bleu Horses Installation
Beauty: Beauty & the Belief
Model: Coravelli Modeling Agency
Jewelry: Cynthia Out West Silversmith
Apparel: Jaclyn Jordan New York
Artist: Jim Dolan Art
Floral Design: Labellum
Submitted via Two Bright Lights