This weekend Julya and Tommy got married. What an incredible day! The weather was beautiful. And the couple? Well, decide for yourselves with this sneak peek. All I can say is stunning.
Amy and Scott are the couple that remind me why I love my job. When I post their wedding, I’ll explain why.
For now, be amazed by this gorgeous light. It had rained all day and the sun decided to peak just in time for pictures. I was ever so grateful. More to come.
Every wedding I find something that becomes my favorite part of the day. Sometimes its the ceremony, or the preparation, or a simple moment between the couple. But my favorite thing about Danielle and Fred’s wedding was the location for pictures… which was only enhanced by the couple and the bridal party. Prophecy Creek Park never looked so good! I loved Danielle’s bright color choices. Her flowers completed reflected her bright and cheerful personality. Fred and Danielle are a very sweet couple that just so easily make each other smile. Congratulations to you both!
Here are some of my favorites from the day:
You’ll be seeing more of this couple below. I’m booked for their wedding next spring!
The first time I met Whitney and Matt was over video chat. Seriously. Although we tried to meet ahead of time, it wasn’t easy since Whitney and Matt live in Maryland. So, we improvised with a video consultation a few weeks prior to the wedding. Without having an e-session or meeting prior to the wedding, it can be difficult to make a connection. But the video chat made a big difference. I hadn’t thought about using it before, but its a great alternative if needed. So, lesson for all you brides out there: if you can’t meet with some of your vendors ahead of time or you are planning from far away, try a google video chat or Skype.
So, I wanted to point out three things I loved about this wedding:
1. Matt and Whitney… Something about these two just screams romance to me. (They’ll probably laugh that I said that, but trust me, you two. Its there).
2. The Belvedere- truly gorgeous venue and amazing service.
3. Whitney has impeccable taste.
This was my first wedding in Baltimore and I hope to have more, especially if it means working with couples like Whitney and Matt.
While the guys waited for a very late party bus, I took lemons and made lemonade.
Sweet sister moment. Being a sister, I truly appreciate this picture. So cute.
Hi. I’m Kathryn and I’m a workaholic. Seriously. This summer I spent far more time working than I had anticipated. I fully intended on going to the shore more often, and that didn’t happen. And now I’m spending labor day weekend working and moving. Yup. Moving and a wedding. What was I thinking?!
I definitely looked back at this summer and thought all my chances to build memories are just flying by. I definitely need to make more of an effort to relax and enjoy life a little more. Lesson learned!
On a positive note, I’ve had some amazing opportunities with some amazing clients this summer. Whitney and Matt are no exception. This elegant couple’s wedding was my first time shooting in Baltimore.
I’ll definitely be posting more shots from these past few sneak peeks soon. So, keep checking in and don’t be shy: leave a comment!
A little look at Fred and Danielle’s wedding. I’m loving the bright flowers for summer weddings!
Perfect weather for beach pictures. More of this beach blue sky coming soon!
Remember Kara and Dave’s Boston e-session? Well, they tied the knot!
More to come soon!!
Summer is going by too fast. I definitely haven’t been to Wildwood nearly as often as I’d like. I go into every summer so optimistic that I’ll get to do all these things. Its kind of like New Years when you make resolutions, but then you aren’t motivated to make them happen. Ugh.
So, here I am. Summer’s half over, and, workaholic that I am, I barely stopped to smell the flowers. Forget having time to crack open the stack of books waiting for me to read them. Before August is over, I will FORCE myself to take a long weekend to do nothing. No cell phone, laptop, camera…. hmmm… okay MAYBE I need the camera. See?! It doesn’t stop.
Anyway……….I’ve got a bunch of posts coming up… so stay tuned. Here’s a little snack to hold you over.
It had rained all day. As it threatened their out door ceremony, Scott and Amy had to decide: Should they move their outdoor, lakefront ceremony indoors? Amy, in full giddy excitement, declared “I don’t care. In an hour, I’m marrying Scott!” Scott was like an anxious kid waiting to see her and didn’t mind moving their vows in doors. The staff at Frogbridge hustled to adjust for the change in plans. (Windows on the Water at Frogbridge has the BEST grounds for wedding pictures. Not to mention the exceptional service. CHECK IT OUT!).
Everything about this wedding screamed Amy and Scott. The funny, intimate, emotional ceremony. The cheery, earthy flowers. The playful grounds at the venue. The candy bar and cupcakes (check out the cupcake toppers!). Scott even built a tree shaped cupcake stand! You can only imagine how much fun Scott and Amy are to be around. Every single person at this wedding was grinning from ear to ear, laughing and dancing. As for Scott and Amy, well… they beamed, exuding pure love and happiness.
That’s why they make me love what I do.