Get Started

How to book your date in three simple steps:

Please fill out this form and our studio manager, Niki, will give you a call within 12 hours any day of the week.

On this call you will find out if our team is available and how our work can be incorporated into your wedding.

If it’s the right fit, we’d love to invite you to speak with John to receive your customized contract.

INQUIRE

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Phone Number (required)

BrideGroomMother-of-the-BrideOther

How can we help you?

How did you hear about John Cain Photography? Is there anyone we can thank for referring you?

What is your event date, if it’s already set?

Which four of the nine below are most important to you?

If any of these details are already secured for your event, will you please share who is providing the service? If not yet contracted and you would like a referral, please place an asterisk*




Royally Inspired Bridal Portraits at W. Lovers Lane

By Mary Welch

Many Dallas brides carry poise, hospitality, and a classic regality that transcends generations. Our studio design was influenced by how we envisioned this bride to feel as she stepped through our doors—feelings of familiarity, peace, and inspiration. As the studio came to fruition, we reflected on who inspires the Dallas bride most. Kate Middleton, Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, Jackie O, and Princess Diana all found their way onto our mood board as we dreamt up a series of bridal portraits to take place in W. Lovers Lane—the perfect culmination of our work.

Gracie Studio, who has been designing hand-painted Chinese wallpaper since the 1700s, was one of my first calls as we began bringing royally-inspired portraits to life. Calls to William Noble, Jackson Durham, Warren Barron, and Maitee Miles followed shortly after. As models Lindsey and Bella slipped into fabulous gowns by Reem Acra, Monique Lhuillier, Romona Keveza, and Mira Zwillinger (to name a few), we saw glimpses of royalty and had multiple déjà vu moments.

Beyond royal portraits, the parallels of fashion and interior design are evident. A delicate, floral embroidered Mira Zwillinger gown emphasized the trellis accents and blue and white chinoiserie of our meeting room. A relaxed yet structured Reem Acra gown sat atop the velvet green sofa in our layered meeting room. A lace ball gown with a subtle, risque edge complimented the all-american masculinity of John’s office. Beautiful brides in beautiful spaces consistently remains are biggest MO, and we look forward to further opportunities to do what we love. 

Credits

Creative
John Cain Photography

Photographer
John Cain Photography

Bridal Gowns
Courtesy of Warren Barron Bridal

Hair & Makeup
Maitee Miles

Accessories
William Noble

Floral
Jackson Durham Events

Mary Welch2019-10-07T18:08:27-06:00Categories: Weddings, Lifestyle, All|Tags: , |0 Comments

Leave A Comment