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The Love of movement featuring L’amour by Calla Blanche


“Dancing is creating a sculpture that is visible only for a moment.” ― Erol Ozan

Movement is a beautiful way to express yourself! Movement always showcases the Beauty and Grace of the talented individual who has trained in this extremely challenging craft for several years where they have spent several hours in the dance studio learning technique to allow them to be the best dancer they can be. Through lots of Blood, Sweat and Tears the talented dancer shines on stage. Just like a wedding dress which also takes a large amount of time to create and master that is known to bring Beauty and Class not only the dress but to the stunning woman in the gown smiling ear to ear on her special day as she graces her newly wedded Husband for the first time along with their amazing family and friends who came to celebrate her special day.

Just like Movement a Wedding Dress is also captured behind several lenses showcasing the intricate details and artform. In dance we are to showcase the talented individual through their breathtaking movement and techniques. We focus on catching movement to create a still shot that can be looked at time after time. When showcasing a Wedding Dress behind the lense not only are we showcasing the beautiful woman in the dress but the intricate details of the dress, the hand embroidered embellishments, lace, fabric, jewels, sparkles and extremely long trains. A wedding dress may also be known as “Daring” or modern. Just like in movement there is a variety of movement that is also daring that showcases the dancer in a different light.

Dresses and movement make the woman stand out and shine as they get to stand out from the rest, show their personality and move with much grace and elegance that leave their guest with a jaw dropping experience. Wedding dresses are already known to have the elegant feel as the fabric sways side to side to also showcase the beautiful bride who is in the dress.

Dance the night away, being the last beautiful Lady on the dance floor creating memories with your family and friends! Get behind the lense and capture special moments that will last a lifetime!

Photography: Mike Ford & Heather Schwartz, owners of Better Together Photography @bettertogetherphotowi

Makeup: Kelly Schubel, owner of Lustrous Beauty Studio @kelly.schubel_mua

Dress: Melissa Bucci, owner of Bucci`s Bridal @buccisbridal

Hair: Danica Bushman @danicabushman

Calligraphy: Beth, owner of Spence`s Art & Lettering @spencesart

Model: Chelsea Bushman, owner of B Inspired Dance Studio @b.inspireddance @chelsadancer

Venue: Turner Hall Ballroom @turnerhallballroomweddings

Stationery: Elizabeth Webber, owner of Coqui Paperie & Gifts @shopcoqui

Cake: Alicia Schuster, store manager & pastry chef at Periwinkle`s Bakery on Broadway @periwinklesonbroadway

Ring: Summer Ellis Jewelry @summerellisjewelry

Florals & Vintage Rental: Nicole Wright & Kelli Petrusich, owners of The Pink Peony LLC @thepinkpeonyllc
Ballet is one of the hardest artforms to capture as it takes several takes to get the picture image. For this to happen the dancer must be warmed up and engaged for the photographer to get the best shot it is stunning to be captured. A wedding dress is also extremely hard to capture as it is important to get the right lighting and look so the dress can be captured to the best of its ability showcasing the intricate details of the dress that took endless hours creating. Airy movement showcasing every detail of this breathtaking dress.


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