Hide and Beau Seek: Austin Healey and Rebecca Ingram

When one of your photographer friends tells you that they have an awesome Austin Healey kit car they want to photograph a dress in, you jump at the opportunity! Kristen at Samba To The Sea is so fun to work with, Nicole and our friend Keeley, who modeled, had a blast! Keeley wore Brenda by Rebcca Ingram, which has a great fitted corset top, and fit and flare skirt. It features lace on lace detail, and we love the scallop detail around the bodice and hem! It's so perfectly southern, and oh so flattering! And the best part? All of Rebecca Ingram gowns are $1500 and under! We paired it with an extra long veil by Adele Amelia, which are made locally, and can be customize to whatever length you choose!  

See more of this shoot up on Samba To The Sea's Blog! 

After they got some amazing shots with the Austin Healey, they walked around the Landings, and found the most perfect dock. A sweet couple invited them to their yard, and let them take some gorgeous sunset marsh pictures! Southern hospitality at it's finest! Keeley's dog Rupert got to join in on the fun, and boy did he love it! He made sure to smile for the camera. From photographer Kristen,

"One car came through and went down the driveway – good thing we still were on public land! Then another, but this time the driver rolled down her window. Seeing a gorgeous Keeley in a stunning Maggie Sottero Designs wedding dress, she couldn’t resist – – she said that the end of the driveway was so much prettier then the entrance. In fact, there was a small dock with a view of the marsh. Yes, the owner of the house just invited us down that magical driveway to explore. Seriously, I was jumping for joy on the inside. As Keeley and I giddily drove down the drive, we couldn’t contain our excitement. In front of us was the most quaint landing dock with one magnificent view of Franklin Creek marsh. How did we get so lucky?!"

Gown by Rebecca Ingram, veil by Adele Amelia, from Ivory & Beau Bridal Boutique // Photography by Samba To The Sea // Modeling by Keeley Collett