It’s a beautiful time of year for photo sessions downtown . . . so long as you pick the right day! I scouted our locations 3 days prior to our scheduled shoot at it was 39 degrees and super windy. By the end, my fingers were red and frozen. Flash forward to shoot day and let me tell, you couldn’t have wished for a more perfect day! Sunny, clear, high of 70. . . just absolutely gorgeous! I love that Chicago in the Spring can be a bit of both cold and warm weather. . . you never know!
This city is so amazing and I love finding new places to shoot. I was pretty geeked out with the locations I found, all centered around the building where these two go to church. We had a fun afternoon trotting around the city and playing around. I’m so excited to photograph the wedding for these two coming up on July 4th in Grand Rapids. Love these two!
I am so excited to share that Scott and Stephanie’s Roaring 20s Themed wedding was featured for publication in Arizona Bridal Magazine, WedAZ. You can see their full wedding post by clicking <here>. It’s always a huge accomplishment to have your work recognized for publication. Monica McQueen and her team from Tres Chic Events pulled off the most amazing and beautiful wedding. It was one meant for the pages of a magazine, that’s for certain! The blogpost link is filled with tons of gorgeous details. Erin McFarland of EM Photo was my second shooter and did a fabulous job as my right-hand.
Thank you, WedAZ for the honor!
I got to photograph this sweet couple just 2 weeks before they had their baby last month. Doesn’t she look amazing for 9 months pregnant?! I met them through a bride and groom of mine. I’m always thankful when my clients send their friends my way! I’m so blessed to be able to meet so many great people. Congratulations, Tiffany and Chris on your new baby BOY!!
Just a little mini-shoot for some Christmas cards on the blog today. Two year olds are awesome. Just plain awesome! And if you have a two year old and you don’t have a picture of them sticking out their tongue at you . . . well then, you’re doing something wrong!!