Wedding Editorial Styling



I style editorials for fine art wedding photographers who are looking to build their portfolio with a custom editorial for publication. I also style for wedding products, bridal campaigns, and for formal menswear.  Past clients include: Men’s WearhouseFlutterThe Black Tux, Smith James Events, Booth Photographics, Jeanni DunaganCaroline TranTono and Co, The Komans, and Sally Pinera.

HOW IT WORKS | photo: Meg Sorel | Wedding Stylist

Concept: Either created by me or in collaboration with the Client.

Logistics: I book the location, model, hair and makeup, pull props, and manage the shoot budget.

Design: Typically, I will create a shared Pinterest board to flesh out design concept and prop list.

Props: I pull all props and rentals for the shoot, such as tabletop, floral, furniture etc.

Pre-Production: I handle all vendor coordination, create the call sheet, and shot list.

On Set: I style all elements on set and assist in directing models. Day of, I manage all vendor coordination, the timeline, and shot list.  

Post-Production: I make recommendations for where, and which, photos to submit for publication. 

Priced per project.


CHIC CITRUS WEDDING INSPIRATION | THE KOMANS | Photo: The Komans | Citrus wedding inspiration | wedding stylist

For The Komans I styled a citrus inspired wedding editorial and a faux engagement proposal story. Both editoirals were published on the front page of Style Me Pretty. The citrus editorial was also included on Style Me Pretty’s list of  “Best of” shoots for 2017.



Photographer Jeanni Dunagan‘s “Lace Wedding Inspiration” wedding editorial was published on the front page of Style Me Pretty. The lifestyle editorial I styled for her, “Chic Pizza Party,” went on to be published in print, in Flutter. And the boudoir portion of the wedding shoot was published on Wedding Sparrow.

Photography: 1. Caroline Tran 2. Megan Sorel 3. The Komans 4. Jeanni Dunagan 5. Beaux Arts Photographie