Modern and Minimalist Wedding Inspiration from Bonnie Sen Photography
We were meant to live simply enjoying the experiences of life, the people of life, and the journey of life - not the things of life.
— Joshua Becker

When we take away all of the noise we are able to focus in on the emotion, the movements and the depth of an image. We see solely the beautiful curve of a brides face, the strong hands of a groom, the connection they make when they look into each others eyes. The simplicity of a setting becomes the perfect accompaniment to the complexity of the image. Bonnie Sen Photography, and Linda Ha Events, created depth with every image as they focused in on the truly intimate details.

"Inspired by the modern interior design of the venue, planner Linda Ha and photographer Bonnie Sen collaborated on a shoot that is modern and playful while still simple. Common House, a contemporary social club, set the stage with clean lines mixed with cozy interiors to showcase the young couple's minimalist and modern taste. Colleen West's breathtaking florals, simple brass accents and the deckled edge of the Refine Studio's paper goods added just enough texture counter the sleek tablescape and attire."


Photography: Bonnie Sen Photography | Creative Direction & Planning: Linda Ha Events | Venue: Common House Charlottesville | Floral: Colleen West | Beauty: Emily Artistry | Paper Goods: Refine Studio | Models: Melanie Collazo-Espinosa & Matthew Yeager | Gown: Sarah Yanks | Bridal Shop: Fabulous Frocks | Sweater: Massimo Dutti | Jewelry: Madewell

I am a Washington, DC based wedding and portrait photographer who was originally trained as an architect. I graduated from University with a minor in Fine Arts and my background enhances the way I see and frame my subjects. I love to shoot in urban areas that are full of energy and life.

As a photographer, I’m a sap. Quite frankly, that is why I fell in love with photography. My goal is to draw out the sentiment of the moment behind every photograph. I seek to create images that bring tears to your eyes; the kind that make you smile every time you look at the photos and cherish them for a lifetime.
— Bonnie Sen