Central Coast Wedding Photographer | Jules Jewelry Promotional Shoot

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to do a shoot for Julie Miller, owner of Jules Jewelry.  She makes beautiful pearl and hand-stamped pieces for mothers and daughters, first communions and flower girls, as well as bridal jewelry (keep an eye out for that shoot later in the year!).  My sister came up to help with the shoot and we had a great time!  Julie set up a ‘tea party in a field’ at a private ranch and we brought in some models (Julie’s close friend, and two of my close friends!).  The shoot lasted the whole morning, starting out in the field and moving into the ranch owner’s barn, but we never ran out of energy thanks to the on site catering Julie hired for us!  I also had my sister bring up my wedding gown from my parent’s house, and took some photos of it (see below, one of my all time faves!)!  I absolutely love the way the photos came out even though it was insanely COLD and overcast when the shoot started!  Julie did a great job of staging the tea party with florals provided by Laura Cogan of Passion Flowers.



Tracie Shalhoob

Thank you so much to Julie, Mirelle, and Cheryl for letting Cara Mia and I be part of this shoot! We had so much fun and it shows in the amazing pictures! Mia is still talking about those cupcakes!

Julie Miller

THERE ARE NO WORDS! you are the most amazingly wonderfully talented woman I have ever met. These are simply stunning. You were so lovely to work with! These so incredibly exceeded my expectations. JUST BEAUTIFUL!!

lisa tonello

I can’t believe how beautiful the pictures turned out and the jewelry is equally beautiful. I’m the grand mother of Cara Mia and the mother of Tracie. Just beautiful!


I LOVE the ones of your wedding dress (ah, the size difference!) and the portrait of the girl directly below (love the hair on all the girls too!). Beautiful shoot!


Beautiful pics! I especially love the little girl in the barn with the balloon looking up at the wedding dress- an amazing shot. Julie’s jewelry looks terrific throughout; I really liked the glass bottle setting. Thanks for sharing.


I had lots of fun taking pictures with Mirelle and playing tea party! Love the jewelry! Look out for a behind the scenes video coming soon 😉

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