It is my goal to tell a story through my photography. Every little detail is important, especially when it comes to a wedding. You can’t miss a single thing – because you can never get those moments back. It puts an extreme amount of pressure on any wedding photographer – as they have pretty much one chance to capture the most perfect moments and document such a momentous occasion + show a love story throughout their photos (and pray that nothing happens to their equipment or the memory card they are storing these photos on as they go.)
I do not heavily market that I also offer wedding photography, so I usually gain my wedding clients through personal friends or direct referrals. I am always up for a challenge and strive to ensure I capture the most perfect moment in any photo shoot – no matter what it takes! Need some creative ideas for your engagement session including some fun props? Click here for a great resource on Project Wedding’s website. My favorite of the props shown is probably the chalk board (because it can be personalized) and the various wood letters or the & sign that couples hold. Pets are always encouraged to be included in your wedding or engagement sessions with me, but is not required. One of my upcoming engagement sessions is a couple who is planning to have a picture taken with their pup for their SAVE THE DATE post cards (The couple will be holding up a sign that says, “Save the Date” and their dog would have a sign displaying their wedding date hanging down her neck) How fun does that sound??! If you would like complete details on engagement and wedding photo sessions, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The below collage is documenting those little but important details from a few of my favorite weddings. The main photos below are from my friends’ wedding at The National – a gorgeous venue along a fabulous golf course. I happened to be her maid of honor AND her only wedding photographer – and still have no idea how I pulled that one off – so if I can handle that – anything else should be a piece of cake!