Monday, March 28, 2011

{shoot} time traveler's wife

I’ll admit it I’m a total bookworm, I love the smell of books, the way a heavy novel cramps up my hands after reading chapter after chapter way into the night…don’t you?  That's why when I saw this shoot I knew I had to have it featured on P&P.  Sarah at {Sarah Bray Photography} was inspired by the sci-fi love story The Time Traveler’s Wife; one of her favorite books. The shoot was influenced by the Edwardian era, with a little bit of Steampunk toss in and finished off with a little Anthropologie touches.  
{Photography} Sarah Bray Photography  
{Vintage Dress} Catvickie
{Accessories} De Ja Vu Vintage, Orlando 
{Hair + Makeup} Luisa V

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22 comments:

  1. Aw, love it! Gorgeous photography and awesome styling!

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  2. what an incredible shoot! looove all the details :)

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  3. unique shoot :) love the styling!

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  4. Such a fun and creative idea. Love!xx

    Melanie
    www.theiconicblog.com

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  5. So soft and romantic...a touch of class in a field of green~ www.caribbeanweddingevents.com

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  6. Love Time Traveler's Wife. These pictures are amazing!

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  7. loved reading this book and this shoot totally took me back to that meadow. beautiful couple and dress. gorgeous! per usual (:

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  8. I LOVE this book and the shoot is incredible! They did a great job with all the details!

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  9. I loved this shoot the minute I saw it! The clock table decor is amazing.

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  10. LOVE this session and the book!!! The props are perfect!

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  11. Absolutely stunning! I love it! I really loved this movie... I wasn't a huge fan of the book though. The book (of course written by a man!) didn't have Claire staying forever faithful to her husband, which of course, a female writer would have done and it ticked me off! For that reason alone I liked the movie better.

    Shoot is a beautiful concept leaping off on that idea!

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  12. Hello, heaven! I was a total sucker for this book, and the shoot is divine!

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  13. Oh gosh, this is enchanting! I am in awe!

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  14. Love the clocks and the top hat. Reminds me of Alice in Wonderland a little. Very sweet.

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  15. What a wonderful theme! While I didn't read the book...I adored the movie! What a fabulous interpretation of it...love all the styling and little details...like that shoe mold ~ I have one my sister got for me while in Italy and I love it!!! Perfect place to hold business cards ;-))) So happy that you shared.

    xoxo
    kristi

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  16. I'm loving all of these vintage details, especially all of the clocks. These pictures are out of a fairytale dream!

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  17. How fun is this.... I loved that movie!! And I LOVE books too but sadly don't get much time to read these days! When I travelled book stores were my first port of call in each city I visited!

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