Here you will find blog posts highlighting recent weddings and sessions, as well as the occasional personal post (usually involving horses or dogs). Browse around and be sure to follow me on Facebook or Instagram so you know when a new blog post goes live!
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Oh, January. Holiday decorations are put away, the house is clean, the hustle of the holidays settles back to a more normal pace….it allows for time to take a breath and reflect on the past year, and space to become re-invigorated for the upcoming year. Slowing down and looking back at the previous season always helps me to feel inspired and motivated for what could be for this year! Upon this reflection, I am always in awe at what amazing people I get to meet and work with. I am so very grateful for my 2022 clients.
Cold, misty rain and wind threatened Paige and Tanner’s big day in late September…but they decided to take the risk and continue with the plan for an outdoor ceremony at Thumper Pond Resort. Thank goodness they did, as it turned out to be lovely! We even had sneaks of sun during the ceremony, which was just beautiful.
Now that you’re engaged, its time to start PLANNING (after you’ve come back to earth from Cloud 9)! At the top of your to do list is probably choosing and booking your vendors and venue. Even if you have a pretty good vision of what you want your wedding day to look like, there are important logistical considerations to take into account that you might have never thought of. As a wedding photographer with more than ten years and 100+ weddings worth of experience, I’m giving you my 4 Most Important Venue Considerations when shopping for your wedding location!
Heather and Andrew’s wedding was everything! It was gorgeous, relaxed, sweet, filled with love and beautiful emotion, with family at the center. The (now official!) Broussard family traveled from Nebraska to get married at Bold North Cellars, which was originally part of family farmland, so besides being a stunning venue, it was an especially meaningful place to them.
I have been in the wedding industry for over 10 years, and between internships and my own business, have photographed well over 100 weddings. So, I’ve seen a thing or two and learned a thing or two. Below are five tips that I frequently give my couples to ensure their whole wedding day (not just the photography aspect) runs smoothly!
Linsey and Thomas got married in a beautiful historic Catholic church on a sunny spring day! The church was especially meaningful, as FIVE generations of Linsey’s family have been married in this church! How special is that?! As a history buff, Linsey has kept track of the church’s past and her family involvement in it […]
We had to dodge a few showers for this early spring wedding, but Crooked Willow is such a creative and beautiful venue, so we had plenty of options both inside and outside during breaks in the rain! Alison and Cory were very chill and happy to go with the flow; it was clear they were […]
Closing out year two of the pandemic, I think we can all agree that 2021 has been a hard year. Enduring this seemingly endless crisis has put more stress and strain on our collective mental health than I believe any of us really know yet…However, I am blessed to have this business as well, an art that brings me such joy.
Marnie and Josh are simply wonderful, I loved getting to know them and be a part of their day. Marnie was such a beautiful bride, and she and Josh are so sweet together. It makes my job as a photographer so easy when there is so much obvious and abundant love and support at every point of the day. Scroll to enjoy a few photos of this lovely couple’s wedding day! Congratulations Marnie and Josh!