It’s that time of year again! Millions of couples get engaged between Christmas and Valentine’s Day, which makes this one of the most popular times of year for engagement photos. We might have six more weeks of winter (and a freak snow forecast out of nowhere) but I’ve been daydreaming of sun and warmth and capturing gorgeous images of you and your love together. I love engagement sessions, and I’ve been thinking lately about why engagement sessions are so meaningful to me, and why I think they’re absolutely essential! I have so many thoughts about how truly special engagement sessions are and why you absolutely should have one, to the point that I could fill this blog post and then some! But in order to keep this short(er) I put all my extra thoughts and tips into a bonus PDF for you guys. This engagement session guide is full of ideas for making sure your engagement session is uniquely you and so much more than just another thing to check off of your wedding planning to-do list! Read to the bottom to find out how to get ahold of that goodness!
Even though weddings are some of the most joyous and happy times in people’s lives, it’s no secret that the wedding planning process is stressful. If you’ve seen any episode of Say Yes to the Dress, you know that even the most well meaning loved ones can make decision making tough when opinions don’t align. I always say weddings can bring out the crazy in people, but it doesn’t have to be all stress and drama! I asked brides and grooms from around the country for their best tips for choosing who should be in the wedding party and this is what they had to say!
These two are the winners of my wedding photography giveaway, and I’m so excited to share their wedding with you guys today! Lauren and Grant are the kind of people who make you feel like you’re lifelong friends, even if you’ve just met. They are both full of kindness, love openly, and care deeply for […]
What I love so much about photography is being welcomed into these big, important moments in people’s lives. As a wedding and motherhood photographer, I feel like I get to celebrate all of life’s joys with my clients; from their engagements and weddings, to their pregnancies, births, and first portrait sessions of their babies! Getting […]
Claudia and Alberto are two of the sweetest and happiest people I think I’ve ever met! We met for a sunny summer evening session to photograph their first pregnancy. Claudia wanted natural, sunny images, and chose Alton Baker Park as the perfect location to reflect that. These two were full of smiles and giggles throughout […]
I met Gretchen last year when she modeled for me for a styled maternity session, so I was beyond excited to be able to photograph her family again now that her cute little guy is almost a year old! For their session, Gretchen wanted warm and natural photos, and we were lucky to have a […]
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