Monthly Archives: December 2015

San Fernando Cathedral Wedding in San Antonio Texas: Kate + Adam

The weekend right before Christmas Brandon and I had the honor of shooting Kate + Adam’s wedding in San Antonio Texas at the gorgeous San Fernando Cathedral. To tell the truth we normallyView full post »


Happy New Years Eve!! Brandon and I can’t hardly believe how fast this year has come and gone and all the new journey + adventures it has brought our way. The biggest adventure, hands down, hasView full post »

St. Cecelia Catholic Church Clearwater Wedding: Tiffany + Thomas

As the church doors opened wide the warm sunlight gleamed in and there she was, his beautiful bride bedecked in white. She began to walk down the aisle, he was awe struck, his face and heart lit withView full post »

PEAKS & VALLEYS: Snow White Potato Flake Dandruff

Life can be embarrassing, especially when you are rushing around trying to get everything done within a short time frame. Last week Brandon and I decided to take our annual Christmas photo for ourView full post »

Countryside Country Club Wedding: Katie + Tony

It is so fitting that Katie + Tony would get married during Christmas time, after all their love story stared during a winter snow storm! Katie + Tony meet in high school but were just friendsView full post »

The Gray Diaries: Going Gray Gracefully

I recently received some questions about my gray hair, a few peeps saw our annual family photos and noticed that my gray hair was not showing as much. They thought I had dyed my hair again… IView full post »

Brides… Hate the Planning Process, it’s ok!

Dear Brides, You’re not a bad person if you hate the planning process of your wedding. I will repeat that… You’re not a bad person if you hate the planning process of your wedding. This isView full post »

Glory Stories: How God Works in My Life

For quite sometime I have been wanting to start an installment called Glory Stories, to share how God works in my life. However, for several reasons it has taken me forever to start this. For theView full post »