Last Saturday, I had the honor of photographing a bridal luncheon. Tina, the bride was absolutely glowing! She was sweet as can be and I look forward to helping shoot her reception!
Everyone at the luncheon was very kind to me and didn’t seem to mind my constant getting in their way, and trying to catch them in between bites ;)
Here are a few of the moments I caught throughout the day…
Thank you Tina, for allowing me to play a part! I hope these photos help you remember a little part of this whole process that is a wedding :)
Life isn’t perfect, and there isn’t enough time in the day. Sometimes with work and photography and all that it consists of, it’s easy to get stressed and put those you love in the backseat. It’s not intentional, but before you know it, it feels like its been a week since you’ve actually carried on a real conversation about something other than your kid(s) or work, etc.
So I just wanted to take a moment, say thank you first of all to my husband, who never complains (at least to my face!) about the time I spend working or trying to launch a new business, or that he works from home, and that means taking care of our daughter on a daily basis. Thank you for being a great dad, and for not complaining about an unkempt house.
I love you!!
Sunday my little sister asked me to shoot her. Now there are days where I would like to shoot her, but I quickly realized that’s not what she meant ;) Just kidding of course!!
Really though, it was a gorgeous day, and we got some amazing shots of her. She is so beautiful and made my job easy that day.
I hope you all enjoy the photos from our day as much as we do!!
Today, it snowed in Georgia. Usually that means everyone freaks out, everything gets canceled, no one remembers how to drive, and Publix runs out of milk and bread; the thing is, we usually only get a few flakes. Today we got snow. Real snow. This was Evie’s first REAL snow. I had to take her out, and get some photos. She absolutely loved it, loved the noise it made under her boots, and the prints she left behind, she might have stayed out all night if we had let her. The cold didn’t seem to bother her as much as it affected us. I’m so glad she got to experience the “noshe” and hope it lasts at least through tomorrow so she can play some more.