How should you handle planning a wedding in the midst of a global pandemic? Just ask Molly! I am truly in awe of how graciously she took on the coronavirus chaos and rescheduled every aspect of her wedding without hesitation. Not only did she postpone her wedding, but also her bridal portrait session at Middle Fork Barn too!
As with most things, there was a moment of peace just long enough for us to meet at the stunning Middle Fork Barn and capture Molly’s bridal portraits a couple weeks before her wedding day. She was a complete knockout in the gorgeous trumpet silhouette bridal gown! Paired with a timeless updo and perfect bouquet from Aunt Willie’s Wildflowers, she was truly a breathtaking bride-to-be.
We spent most of the session walking around the vast estate and picking out the most perfect locations, which she sweetly wanted to save for her wedding day. Although, Middle Fork Barn has no shortage of scenic spots to capture portraits and the panoramic rolling hills featured on the farm make it one of my favorite Tri-Cities wedding venues!
Despite the weather forecast, we had the best “golden hour” lighting and we actually just found excuses to hang out a bit longer and take in the picture perfect sunset on the farm. I had the hardest time keeping these beautiful bridal portraits to myself the last couple of weeks and I cannot wait to share images from their wedding! In the meantime, check out a few of my favorites from Molly’s bridal portrait session at Middle Fork Barn below!
You can also look back and check out Brad & Molly’s engagement session at Lover’s Leap!