When life gives you lemons, make an awesome lemonade stand!

I have a feeling that Meghan Wiesman is a pretty meticulous photographer.  I dare you try to find a single prop or follicle of hair that is out of place in this photo shoot!  Fantastic images, Meghan!  I can just taste the sugary goodness.  Cool story behind the lemonade stand itself too (read below).

Lemonade Stand Lemonade Details Sweet girl delicious lovely little lady sweet feet drink me oh lemons its exciting one cup or two Summer is here and what else should little girls be doing in this heat but selling fresh lemonade! This lemonade stand was hand crafted by my father who made it out of old fence boards from my grandmother’s old fence. I wanted it to be authentic, rustic and natural.  I added a little vintage twist with Ball mason jars and old soda crates.   I also used paper pinwheels, paper straws, and a table full of tasty sugary goodies! With a girl with a sweet smile, who could resist?

I photographed this session during the golden hour. It was roughly 6:30pm right when the sun begins to dip behind the trees and create a warm natural glow. I set up the stand in order to back light this session. I think it adds to the rustic feel and gives it the warm dreamy look.

Here are the vendors who helped me create this session

Lemonade Banner: Firefly Events and Designs http://www.facebook.com/pages/Firefly-Events-Designs/284000441634408

Adorable Dress: Five Little Monkeys Designs http://www.etsy.com/shop/5littlemonkeysdesign

Felt flower hair clips: Graceful by Anna http://www.etsy.com/shop/gracefulbyanna

Cupcakes & Cake Pops: Swirls Bakery http://www.swirlsbakery.com

Frames: The Organic Bloom http://www.TheOrganicBloom.com

Gear Used:
Canon 5D Mark III
Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 L
Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II


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