Finished my 2019 wedding season on this gorgeous fall day back in October. From pumpkins to mums the day was filled with laughter and love.
For this wedding I had the privilege to design her entire wedding suite. (For those of that don’t know, I’m also a graphic designer ;)) From the save the date to the wedding invite, to the program to the thank you note, I was able to put my love for fall into a stunning design.
This wedding was absolutely gorgeous. From the stunning catholic church to the Rutherford B. Hayes Center, every place had a great spot for pictures. No matter what the lighting situation is, I will find the best spot that fits my style of work. If you are worried about the lighting, don’t! Or maybe you don’t have a place in mind for pictures in between the ceremony and reception, that’s okay! Trust me and I will find the perfect place!
I consider myself a “bright and colorful” photographer that loves to capture the true raw moments and emotion in a wedding day. This is my favorite part of the day, seeing every emotion. For this wedding the groom may not have cried but the smile on his face was absolutely priceless. I could tell he was simply proud and excited; THESE are the moments I live for. (And work for ;))
No matter what the emotions are at a wedding, it’s always fun to see how each wedding is a little bit different. Some families are very emotional, while others are not and it’s so interesting to see all of those emotions unravel.
If you’re a crier, let it out! If you are super close to Dear Aunt Sally, then tell me…I’ll be sure to get a pic of you two together. Every family is different and most of the time I don’t get to meet the family until we are doing family portraits. So just inform me before the wedding day on pictures to take, pictures not to take, etc. I promise I will work with you.
For now, that’s a rap for my 2019 weddings! Time to relax with my newborn and enjoy the next couple months of winter with my little family.