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Lindsay & Chris


Most of the time when I get the pleasure of seeing sweet Lindsay we are both wearing gym shorts and t-shirts, fish line bracelets and flip flops. That’s because we both volunteer for a camp called Camp Sunshine, a camp for kids with cancer. So we are out there sweating day in and day out for a week with these amazing kids. And while the sweat was still there (hello hot day in May) look at how gorgeous this bride is! Definitely not the way I am used to seeing her but I love a girl who can rock both looks. And I certainly love a couple who make photos with their dogs such a huge priority on their wedding day. Lindsay and Chris had a quiet, cozy, relaxed afternoon at home before heading to the ceremony and reception site to get hitched. It had called for rain all week but not a drop of rain was to be found. And the best advice I can give to my other brides is to fully prepare for rain. Buy the umbrellas and the rain boots and wrap your head around the idea. Because time and time I’ve seen it happen - the most prepared brides have sunshine.

Special thanks to A Dream Woven Events for making this day run so smooth!

Mary Bailey & Will


What a dream! This day was filled with so much gorgeousness and so many bright colors (and have I mentioned that I want those to make a come back so badly?!?!). At the beginning of the week the forecast called for thunder storms but by Saturday it was all clear and sunny. Mary Bailey also told me before the wedding “Will might get teary when I walk down the aisle but he is generally pretty composed”. Scroll down to see how sweetly non-composed he was during their first look.

Kate & Meade


Before each wedding I send my couple a questionnaire so I can make sure I get all the photos they want on their wedding day. When I asked Kate what the most important pictures are to her, here is what she said, “Life happening! I adore the candids you take and those are the ones I admire most from other people’s wedding photos.  I want to capture my sweet little nieces as flower girls because they are only little once. I want to capture Meade making me laugh because that’s why I fell in love with him. I want to capture our parents whom we are very lucky to have during such an exciting chapter in our lives. I want to capture his grandfather who is our last living grandparent. I want to capture our family and friends enjoying this day- it would be so incomplete without them! “ I just love that answer! It’s poetic and beautiful and every reason I love being a photographer. And all I can really say about this entire day is wow. It was special. The end.