Smoke Bomb Styled Shoot

I love firsts, and this is the first time I’m featuring a session with a smoke bomb. This styled shoot incorporates shades of red along with highlights of blues and gold. Everything is capped off with photos of the couple surrounded in billowing, colorful smoke. Hopefully it will give you ideas for your own shoot. So fun!

Red Smoke Bomb Styled Shoot | Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog

Here are a few things I love about this smoke bomb filled event.

  • I adore when color is added in unique ways, and these red pomegranates do the trick for adding in lovely pops of red on the table. You can easily incorporate color in your day by using fruit.
  • Red is definitely the predominant color, but I appreciate how blue is added – thistle, invitations, donuts and finally the smoke bomb – to give it a different vibe. The beautiful flowers utilize the color, too. Gorgeous!
  • Speaking of donuts, these are so fun and also incorporate the color palette of the shoot. Yum! From icing to sprinkles these round pastries also get involved with the theme. The whole wedding dessert table just looks scrumptious, and there is so much to choose from, including a lovely cake. Don’t you agree? Yum!
  • Of course, there is the smoke bomb. How fun! Whether it’s just a hint of smoke or a lot, these photos turned out so lovely. Enjoy!



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  • Rose -

    Gorgeous pictures. I love the pop of red I the pictures. It’s compliments the green very nicely. The smoke pictures are unique. I have never seen that before. I like the blue one most.

  • Tahnee -

    Such exquisite photos with great attention to detail. Simply beautiful xx

  • Emily Fata, -

    Everything about this wedding shoot was so beautiful, so ethereal! I loved the colour shock from the smoke bombs. πŸ™‚

  • Kelly Edgar -

    I adore the styling of this shoot, so stunning and your photos are amazing. You captured all the details πŸ™‚

  • Roselle Toledo -

    I started with mobile photography three years ago and just recently purchased an entrylevel mirrorless camera hoping I could improve / get better in photography. The effect of the smoke bomb is really amazing!

  • Jennifer -

    Thank you! It’s such a fun concept.

  • Jennifer -

    Thank you! Her dress is so pretty!


    So cool! Those smoke bombs really add a lot to the photos! I didn’t even know this was a thing before this post! Thank you for sharing!

  • Basundhara Ghosh -

    Very interesting and innovative photography style. I’ve never seen this before. I am sure the couple is super happy about this! πŸ™‚

  • Elizabeth O -

    Even as your first time using a smoke bomb you captured amazing beauty, the smoked ones are indeed my favourite pick here.

  • Jennifer -

    Yes! I think a guy would especially like lighting them. Ha!

  • Jennifer -

    It’s a sort of new concept, and it’s really fun!

  • Jennifer -

    Aw, yes – the team did really great, and I like the one I used in the header – it’s so lovely. Thanks for stopping in! πŸ™‚

  • Holly Lasha -

    Wow! This is absolutely gorgeous. My favorite part is that cake…perfection and so clever!

  • LavandaMichelle -

    I love the smoke bomb pictures. Amazing job! What a beautiful couple.

  • Jennifer -

    The cake is super cute! πŸ™‚

  • Jennifer -

    Thank you so much! πŸ™‚

  • Esme Sy -

    I really like the concept. You are right about blue, it’s a welcome accessory to the overall palette, and everything’s just grand and elegant in a matte and simple manner as well. Beautiful!

  • Jennifer -

    Thank you so much, Esme! I appreciate your thoughts. <3

  • Autumn -

    Wow, I had no idea about photographers using smoke bombs for the pictures. I am a former wedding director and photography concepts are always changing. Such a cool look!

  • Echoesofhervoice -

    Beautiful photos and shoot. Thank you for sharing!

  • Jennifer -

    Thank you! I loved the smoke bombs!

  • Jennifer -

    So true! Sometimes it’s hard to keep up.

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