In this instance, the lucky one was ME. This was so very very cool.
Can you say with any true conviction that there is anything more beautiful than a bride among wild horses? I can’t. And while these horses are the opposite of wild (though at times their owners would surely object), they definitely let their more natural-side shine for this. Miraculous behavior swept across this herd and although they were clearly EXTRA curious, not once did they even consider a move in malice….not even toward each other. It was a sight to see. A beautiful herd beholding a beautiful bride (some, like an alien landed in their field). While Fawkes (left) was extra curious (and cautious), others like Milo were brave enough to come smell the bouquet (and/or try to eat it). πŸ˜‰

Many thanks to Penrose farm & Maryville college, and especially to Kristen Hutson (you are the best!!) for helping this to take place!

(if you recognize your fancy fillies or fellas, brag on them in the comment section below!)

Enjoy!!

and a couple of them in the garden when we finished in the fields… πŸ˜‰

ps- if you enjoyed these, pass it on! There are only so many times you’ll see brides and horses in the same shots! πŸ˜‰

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7 Comments to UNbridled {equestrian bridal}

  1. beautiful work, Lizzie

  2. thanks, mom!! :)

  3. I love that my Sam is in almost every shot! He’s such a natural at knowing when the cameras come out. πŸ˜‰

  4. I loved the photos.

  5. Like something you would see in a magazine and wonder “how did they get that shot”?
    Who’s having more fun the bride or the horses?

  6. Love the pix! Brides and horses are a beautiful combination!

  7. Thank you guys so much!! :) We had so much fun and Jenn is a beautiful bride!

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