We photographed Laura and Lee's wedding a few years ago and I was so excited when Laura contacted me to photograph their maternity shoot. The new baby is due in a month and they're letting it be a surprise. I loved their idea of baking a cake together for their shoot!
Caitlin and Derrec were married in December and we recently did a Trash The Dress shoot with them to go to different places they wouldn't normally be able to go to on their wedding day. We started out with their dogs near their home. Then we made our way to the Reading Viaduct before ending in a Fishtown bar, Frankford Hall.
Veronkia and Bryan recently had a new addition to their lives. We photographed their wedding a few years ago and are so happy to welcome Everett to their family.
We're definitely excited to photograph MaryKate and David's wedding later this year. It was really fun to have a little snow day with them on MaryKate's parent's farm!
We need your votes! We are currently participating in a contest entitled "14 Days of Sweet Hearts," with Maggpie Vintage Rentals, in which we designed a sweetheart table to our liking. What we need YOU to do is to go to Instagram, find @maggpierentals, and LIKE our table design! There will be a little red heart in the corner of each picture that can be voted for. Voting is only from Feb 15-16 so please vote for us!
When given the chance to design a sweetheart table, it was only natural to make the table be about our favorite pastime: camping and exploring America.
Each item on our tables cape comes from our own homes: artifacts we've collected from our many trips across our country, hiking state parks, wandering the desert, meeting new people and learning their stories. The rest is the gear we often bring with us on our explorations: camp cookery, tools, games, blankets to keep us warm in our tents. We decided to focus our table on more of an American West theme, which is our favorite part of the States to visit and explore. We used tillandsia and spanish moss, both native to the southwest. The arrowheads were collected from Zion National Park, Utah and petrified wood from the Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona. The blankets we used reference Yakima, Washington and Glacier National park, Montana. The camp gear can be found at most any camping store.
Sara from confetti & co. (http://confettiandcompany.com) helped turn our ideas and artifacts into a tablescape that could appear at a wedding. Our female model is wearing the Prato Romper from BHLDN (http://www.bhldn.com/product/prato-romper).
Thanks a TON to my models: Jumi and Jason!