I have a few wedding to blog but being family and all, Jer and Rachelle are getting a bump. This past summer my family flew to Oregon to stay with family and celebrate the vows of my husband’s younger brother and his fiance. It was a small, backyard affair with only immediate family and a few close friends in attendance. Their good friend from Santa Barbara flew in to officiate, while the bride’s parents assisted in the ceremony. The party went on into the night with dancing and karaoke.
Welcome to the family Rachelle, and prepare yourself for a lifetime of “Surprise” jokes and questions like, “Is that really your last name?”
I’m so lucky to have clients that truly talented when it comes the the DIY touches to their wedding. Staci and Nicks “Day of the Dead” inspired wedding had everything from hand-painted center pieces to handmade paper flowers. The flowers looked better than some real ones that I’ve seen in the past. The weather looked a bit iffy through the day but Mother Nature worked with us and held off the rain until the end of the vows, then it was a mad dash inside where the guest dined on goodies from Twisted Soul Concepts, a personal favorite.
Thank you again Staci and Nicholas.
ALL my bridal couples get albums. Why, because they are a treasure that will be enjoyed by the couples grandchildren. Yeah, I think that far ahead. Jenny and Terry’s album just showed up at my studio door. Check out the full layout below.
The first thing this mommy of 3 said to me when she found out she was expecting again was, I want to shoot outside. So for months our number one goal was do the newborn shoot outside. Wouldn’t you know that day it started to sprinkle as soon as they all arrived to the studio. Luckily it was over in an instant and we were able to head out for our session. Baby Finn was great and was quiet as a mouse for our whole shoot. Brothers will be brothers and gave us a run for our money, but we nailed the brother shot that every mother loves.