As we all suffer through this 90+ degree weather and 4000% humidity, lets take a moment to dream of sweater weather with this lovely anniversary session shot by the talented Rachel Moore.
Here is some info on the couple from her site:
Rachel – I’m currently a student at Union University working on getting my Bachelor of Science in Nursing. In my scarce free time, I am a hobbyist photographer and enjoy spending time with my husband, Gregory. One of our favorite activities is swing dancing – we actually got to know each other when partnered together at a swing dance class in college.
Gregory – I studied music in college and began playing professionally after I graduated. Along the way I also taught myself to program, and now spend a lot of my working as a freelance software engineer. In my downtime, I love enjoying fine food and drink with my family and friends.
Preparing for your Spring 2012 wedding? If so, I’m sure you can find something you love in this inspirational shoot. The pinks, blues & greens…so pretty! Enjoy these amazing images by Kaylee Eylander Photography.
Check out this adorable engagement session of Ryan & Bridgett. I love when couples incorporate their passions & hobbies into their sessions. There is no better way to truly showcase your personality. Enjoy these images by Rogue Art Photography.
Damian & Brooke’s California engagement session is absolutely stunning. I love how Brooke went with bold colors & prints while Damian kept things simple to not compete. Even if you are not someone who dresses up often, make sure to play it up for your session. Fun clothing & accessories can add so much to your images! Enjoy these amazing images by Joy Marie Photography.
A peaceful beach setting. A beautiful sunset along the mountains. A place you call home for one weekend and a place you will know forever in your heart. That place is no where close to your “real” home and where so many brides are finding their joy in destination weddings. According to Conde Nast, 1 in 10 brides will have a destination this year alone. An average that has been unmatched from previous years. Brides are now moving toward the coast and beyond – think Paris, think the Eiffel tower as your setting. That alone can take your breath away.
With the change in “home away from home” local – a brides attire will change as well. We go from the elaborate ball gowns, with exquisite beading and 10 ft train to simple and gorgeous gowns. The beach calls for flowy fabrics with details that will speak volumes in your pictures. The city scape calls for short t-length vintage lace gowns with a shoe choice that will kick with personality.
There is a place and space for everyone. It’s just finding it and making it your own.