Monthly Archives: July 2017

When I asked Ally and Mike how they first met, they explained that they had worked at the same school. “I actually didn’t like him at first.” Ally laughed as she said this, but also maintained an air of matter-of-factness within the statement. And I love this not only because of the way they met, […]

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One thing I often try to stress to my couples is the importance of being completely present on their wedding day (which let’s be honest, is always easier said than done). I cannot say enough how important it is that the bride halts the planning and organizing, despite how much she wants everything to go […]

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If asked, my friends and family would likely tell you that I am a big proponent of online dating and dating apps – it’s how many of my closest friends have met their now spouses and significant others, and it’s also the route I’ve used often when personally dating. So when Elise and Michael first […]

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As much as I love words, one of my very favorite things about a wedding day is unspoken stuff, and oddly enough, sometimes it’s even the things I don’t get a chance to photograph. Allow me to clarify. Amanda and Clint began their wedding day with breakfast together on the porch of the guest house […]

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