Just a few favorites from weddings and engagements in the past few months that I can’t wait to get on the blog! So thankful for all these wonderful couples and the trust they put in me to capture their wedding days.
"These photos are just insane!! They are absolutely perfect. I'm in love. I mean I knew you were good... but damn.
We are so lucky to have had you. You were a dream to work with. Please give our love to Becca as well. Thanks for all your dedication and for capturing so many of the magical details that it was so easy to overlook in the midst of everything. My only regret is that I don't immediately have another reason to hire you again!! (yet!)" - Heather
It took me a google search to finally understand how to pronounce "Skaneateles" (hint: Skinny Atlas) but I'm so glad I had a reason to learn it. Amanda and Patrick's wedding in the Finger Lakes couldn't have been more beautiful. Their ceremony, performed by one of their closest friends, was on a bridge in the middle of a lush garden encased by weeping willows—straight out of a Monet landscape.
Words can't do this wedding justice, but here goes. A true labor of love from friends and family brought Rambo and Tim's vision for a 1920's theme backyard wedding to life. With the (gorgeous) home of their friends in Weatherford, Texas as the backdrop we honored the commitment these two made to each other, as well as their promise to be active in their community as allies and advocates for justice and peace. We cried happy tears, hugged bear hugs, danced in the street and toasted the future.
Also, be sure to check out Rambo's photography, she's amazing.
Caroline's vision for her wedding was one of absolute elegance. She kept the details simple, yet stunning with just enough glam for a New Year's Eve celebration. A new marriage, friends and family everywhere they turned, and a balloon drop at midnight made it the perfect start to the New Year for all of us.
"I CAN'T WITH THESE (in the best way possible)!!! I've looked through them several times, and love them more and more each time. Thank you so much for your hard work, and providing us with something tangible that will always allow us to travel backwards in time. I tear up every time I look through them, because it immediately takes me back to the day. Hunter said "she captured all the emotions from the day!" You really did!" -Hope
Everyone cried at this wedding. Everyone. The beautiful thing about weddings that I see time and time again is how divinely wonderful it is to pour all the love you have for someone out and watch how it transforms a room. We hide our emotions a lot day to day, but for many of us, a wedding is a time to share our best thoughts, hopes and dreams for those we love. Its a magical thing to get to witness.
John Muir said, “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” I’d argue this could also be said for marriage. We can’t know until we’ve lived out the promise of being someone’s partner how much such a commitment requires, or how much it gives back to us.