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Happy 2018 everyone! Is it just me, or did 2017 FLY by?! It was a whirlwind of a year filled with lots of travel, tons of weddings (not just shooting them, I got to be a bridesmaid twice!), and lots of changes.
Christina and Andrew were married on a gorgeous fall day in the mountains outside of Asheville, NC. Their wedding was designed beautifully and filled with gorgeous pale purple, pink, and green details. Between the stunning venue, amazing vendors, and all the little DIY projects, their wedding was one of my favorites in 2016!
When I first met Allison and Simon, I asked them to describe the overall feel they were going for with their wedding. Their answer was "FUN!", and that's exactly how their wedding turned out. The night was filled with lots of laughs and the dance floor was full all night!
I know everyone's been hating on 2016, but I can't lie... this year was good to me! It didn't really hit me how much I had done until I went to make this blog post. I photographed a lot of amazing people in 2016 and had so much fun doing it!
One of my favorite moments from this wedding was when Joe watched his bride walk down the aisle towards him. You can clearly see him get choked up, and then smile with tears in his eyes. It was adorable and a moment I'm sure Amanda will tell their children about one day!
We are about halfway through the wedding season and I can't tell you how lucky this wedding photographer is to have photographed so many gorgeous weddings so far this year! I have gotten to work with some amazing couples so far, and there are so many more good ones coming up. I'm so excited to share Grant and Marisa's downtown Raleigh wedding at the beautiful Cafe Luna with you all!
As I sit here, staring at my computer screen trying to come up with the words to sum up Marissa and Matts wedding day, I'm starting to realize that there really aren't any words to describe it. While the day was filled with lots of laughs and giggles, happy tears, smiling, dancing, fun, and most importantly, love, there was just something in the air that day that you just had to be there to feel.
As a North Carolina wedding photographer, I’ve worked with many vendors throughout the years. The common theme that I see with every wedding I work, is that when a couple takes the time to hire awesome vendors that they truly believe in, the results are always 100 times more amazing!
The 1920's were filled with glamor. I absolutely love everything about this era and since I couldn't go back in time to capture it (how cool would that be?!), I decided to get a group of amazing vendors together and set up a 1920's inspired shoot!
As a Raleigh wedding photographer, the number one question I get asked by couples during their consultations is "how many hours of photography do you think we will need?" While there are so many different factors to consider when answering this question, I thought I'd write a little post that helps break it down.
Creating a perfect wedding timeline is not easy. There are so many people to please, and what seems like a lot to squeeze into an 8 hour day. As a wedding photographer, I've seen both the good and the bad when it comes to wedding day timelines. This is why I make sure to be involved in helping my brides and grooms set the perfect timeline for their day.