Having been through a butt load of weddings have granted me some knowledge that - well - the average bride and groom probably don't have. I mean, most of you have never planned a wedding before. Sure, maybe you've been a bridesmaid or helped out at a friends wedding (then you have a head start!), but for most, the intricacies and behind the scenes of weddings is probably a little overwhelming. You choose your wedding vendors. You pick a wedding venue. You taste food and weddi
Last weekend, I went away with an awesome group of local women entrepreneurs. We brainstormed and vented and gave suggestions and talked marketing and business and health and goals and dreams. While I went thinking "I don't really have much to work on," I left with so much inspiration and lots of new ideas and realizations.
1. Surrender - last year, I went into the year discouraged and wanting to book more weddings and specifically destination elopements. I wanted it so bad
If I have photographed your wedding, you know how I love my detail shots. For the past year, I have actually started advising brides to have all of their details ready for me when I arrive. What details are we talking about? Could be anything special really, but in general, your details are: Your dress Shoes Flowers Jewelry Stationary Rings Perfume Handkerchief Programs Sentimental items Extra Flowers and/small decor items Accessories - jewlery or a cape or veil or any other
It's no secret that, when it comes to your wedding day, photos are a big deal! After all, they are the one thing that you can take with you AND the thing responsible for how you and your family will remember your big day! After photographing weddings for more than 5 years, I have compiled a list of some of my favorite, must-have wedding photos! It was hard to narrow it down, and obviously there are so many other important moments to capture and an endless amount of poses, but