First thing I'm going to tell you is that being a bridal model during Covid is HARD!
Being a bridal model in general is not easy but with social distancing and in many cases, like my recent shoot for California Bridal; I produced the shoot in-house which meant I'm doing most of the work myself via my company, MyProductModel.com.
How does this work you ask? In short, "Influencer" style with a DSLR and a remote. All the the fixings of planning a shoot, styling, hair and makeup still function like a photoshoot with a full team. I worked with the Founders at California Bridal to come up with a moodboard and an aesthetic for their bridal accessories and then I go busy pulling bridal inspired dresses, curating the right makeup products that would give off a "blushing bride" look - sultry, sophisticated but not overly made up! I pulled dresses from my friends shop in Little Tokyo, Leola Lace. Having friends with shops like this is crucial when you need things at a moments notice.
Fortunately, I have access to a beautiful location with lots of greenery, trees, and an open air environment to support the beautiful workmanship that went into the bridal accessories.