Harvest really puts a damped on “fall” photos for some families. With both Chad and Kelsey in the field we had to push those fall photos back a little. Starting this week the outdoors looks more like a winter wonderland. In home sessions are a great way to capture your family when the weather is a little too chilly. I love all these cuddly, giggly photos of such a cute little family in their home.
The moment they have been waiting for, the wedding blog! Jake and Ally said “I Do” last weekend on a chilly Saturday afternoon, however it was nowhere near as cold as it was for their engagement session. Besides the cold their day was perfect down to every detail. Surrounded by friends and family they began their life together. I had so much fun being a part of your journey down the aisle. Congratulations Jake and Ally!
EEEK!! Absolutely love this session and these awesome people!! Rachel and Justin traveled to Graceville for one precious engagement session. Although it was cold we accomplished the goal of capturing their love. I’m so glad Rachel came into my life 3 short years ago. Wait what it’s been 3 years?? I can’t wait to celebrate with them next September!!
Best friends make the heart happy. Abby and Kyle had the cutest little session this week. You can really tell they have been best friends for many years. The smiles and the giggles say it all. I can’t wait to capture their wedding next year! All the love 🙂
Okay, if you don’t love this session there is something wrong with you… probably not but let’s go with that. I have been working towards focusing on the art in my photography all while still capturing moments as they happen. Megan and Elex did a great job of being in the moment during their session and they were not afraid to go with whatever was inspiring me. Thanks Meg and Elex, can’t wait for your wedding day and good luck in North Carolina.
Like I said previously, you can just see the happiness of this awesome couple shining through each of these photos. Last weekend I had the honor of capturing Mr. & Mrs. Morrill’s special day. When I first pulled up to the church and a funeral service was wrapping up I had wondered if I was at the right church. Eventually I found the bride to be downstairs with all her girls preparing for this special day. The first look with the bride and groom is included in the gallery below. I encourage you to check it out. I also challenge you to try not to smile when looking at the joy on the grooms face.
The wedding party was stacked with family and close friends, there was no doubt the whole party was excited to celebrate Kobie and Kayla on this day. With a few jokes here and there the day was filled with smiles and laughter. It was clear by the peaceful smiles on all the parents faces that the day was perfect and they were overjoyed to add to their families. Thanks for letting me capture these moments. I truly love the job I have because of families like this one.
Wade and Trina’s beautiful day was perfectly personalized to fit what the couple had in mind for the day. I love when you can feel the couples style in every detail. When I first met Wade and Trina I could tell they had a vision for their wedding day and from what I could see that vision was spot on. They are the kind of people that like the simplicity in life, things like their little cottage home, their fur babies, and their beautiful land are what bring them happiness every day. Together they have all they need. Congratulations Wade and Trina. Your day was so special.
Beautiful evening spent with Levi and RaeAnn. I think every couple that I photograph starts their session telling me they are very awkward and unphotogenic in most photos. It never fails, by the end of the session the couple is posing together with little direction and looking completely natural. I love how these photos turned out, so many smiles and feelings captured of the lovely couple. Enjoy the sweet wedding planning journey.