We are so excited that Morgan and Dustin are engaged! We loved working with them before and now we get to shoot their wedding!! YAY! Morgan is such an awesome bride-to-be to work with – I can’t wait to see how amazing her big day turns out. Their engagement shoot turned out so lovey – and my favorite touch was a quilt from Morgan’s family that was made by her great great grandmother. How beautiful and meaningful!
Coming soon to the blog… Holiday Short Stories
We held our first annual Holiday Short Stories in the past couple of weeks and have had the best time celebrating the holidays with 17 different families. How much fun did we have?! A TON.
I am so glad that the Kennedy family was referred to us. First of all, just look at ‘em. How awesome are they? I want to use them as an example of a great outfit scheme for your family session. Stacy is probably laughing as she reads this as she was stressed about outfits but I love how they coordinate without being incredibly matchy matchy. Second, this crowd was up for anything… both humans and dogs. And let’s talk about how sweet their dogs where – so well behaved! I really had a wonderful time walking around American Tobacco Campus with this sweet family. It even surprised rained on us and they didn’t miss a beat.
Sometimes I feel like the fall is homecoming season for us – we get to see so many of our past couples as their families have grown and they want to do anniversary and family shoots with us. Kristen and Michael got married in October 2009 on a very chilly day in a super fun backyard wedding. We laughed together talking about how their bridesmaids were turning blue it was so cold and a stray dog ran down the aisle attempting to crash the ceremony. We got to laugh about these memories as we walked around downtown Raleigh with their two sweet sons! Y’all a shoot with one child under the age of three is challenging but two is twice the challenge! Michael and Kristen took it in stride and I think that made all the difference. These brothers love each other!