Monthly Archives: May 2014

Jittery Hands + Dry Mouth + Heart Racing

Emily + Dalton Ooooh the fun of public speaking… jittery hands, dry mouth and heart racing! (It’s funny how love at first sight does the same thing to a person.) As if that’s notView full post »

Pushing Boundaries + Extending Your Comfort Zone

This summer Brandon and I will be heading up a mission trip to Belize, my first official international trip. Needless to say, I’m a bit terrified. A part of me wants to just stay home curled upView full post »

Featured: Wed Loft: Allyson + Hakija

Tuesday is upon us and most of us are looking forward to an amazing 3 day weekend! We are especially excited because our weekend will be 4 days long spending much needed time with family…eatingView full post »

How Can I Make Sure I Look Good In My Photos

The number one thing to keep in mind is THIS IS FUN! We have booth been there and we know how it feels to be in front of the camera and guess what…. it’s a BLAST!!!!!! … But it’s even more of a blastView full post »

Waves of Love + Nautical Charm

Vera + Eric  We love Fridays, for us they are either the start of a weekend full of capturing moments of love and romance as it fill the air or the start of a fabulous 3 day weekend. Whether we areView full post »

Featured: Desiree Hartsock Blog: Amanda + Brian

We are incredibly honored to be featured by Desiree Hartsock (Desiree is best known for her season on ABC’s The Bachelorette) she is also an accomplished designer and bridal enthusiast with anView full post »

Featured: Storyboard Wedding: Jessica + Charles

What I remember most is they were planning their wedding within a 3 month time frame while Jessica was attending grad school and yet they were both calm, joyful and so excited. Jessica was all smilesView full post »

Why is wedding photography so freakin’ expensive?

This is a valid question. Wedding photography seems like easy money — work for one day and rake in the cash, right? However, truth is, most full-time professional wedding photographers carry withView full post »