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We’re so excited about this!
We are working with two of the best beauty experts in the area, and offering you something we don’t think anyone else is doing! You and your girlfriends can have a safe and fun time, doing something you’ve always said would be a BLAST! Some wine, a safe place, some little pretties to make you feel like the beauty you are, and your girl posse reinforcements to help you feel brave! Nothing too raunchy. Just gorgeous you (whatever your size), in the comfort of a place you feel safe, a beauty expert, other girlfriends (or not), and me ~~ Suzanne. The outcome? PROOF that you really ARE amazingly beautiful, and that you are bolder than you thought you could be! Then a boxed set of that proof, as a gift for someone else, or simply something for you to slip into a drawer and remind yourself that you do rock….just like you secretly thought you did.
Have questions? OF COURSE you do! Call.
This process ordinarily costs $500.00, and reaps a gift of 10 fine art 8x10s in a luxurious boxed set. This months’ promotion (separate from this offer) adds a beautiful leather album to that! All you have to do is book your session this month for any future date!
Brittney and I have been floating very near the same circles of people for years now.
We both do services for the Fort Wayne area, and are held in high esteem.
It was inevitable that sooner or later the centrifuge of life would spin us together!
I’m so glad it finally happened. Brittney has a five month old ANGEL of a child named Nadia.
Nadia’s grandmother had crocheted a mermaid costume for her for Halloween, and so it was decided that portraits were in order.
LOOK at this little angel. I cannot wait to see her again. This first visit kept me floating for hours!
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Wedding coordinator for your wedding day? Wouldn’t it be great?! No one asks you where the pew bows are, or when the florist should be there. It WILL be great, because beginning next year, we will take care of all that for you.
We’ve seen the need, we’ve discussed it, and we’ve decided we can provide this better than anyone. Who knows the timeline of your day better than we do? Who knows what’s most important and what you really do NOT want better than we do? It’s a no brainer, and we are psyched about it! We have hired someone with supreme organization, and an eye for detail to begin caring for our brides all day long. It’s someone we’ve known for years, and who has a proven track record of caring for people in a way that makes them feel heard and cared for! You’ll love her as much as we do!
This is just another way for you to get the care you deserve to enjoy your wedding day, and let us provide you with what you need most! A day of your own with your lover, pulled off like clockwork because we take the stress and leave you the fun!
I was so lucky to be able to shoot this wedding for these two in this incredible venue!
They responded to a promotion we had offered earlier this year trying to get into cool places where we had not previously worked. I got to shoot their engagement and then made a movie poster for their wedding day in an old restored theater, The Philmore on Broadway. The theme of their wedding was old movie love stories! Charming and fun, and in such a cool place!
Ean and Jessica are crazy about each other! So much so that after the wedding, when it was time to kiss his bride, he didn’t want to stop, and lunged forward to get another kiss before they were proclaimed husband and wife. Their dinner was divine, flowers from Armstrongs were impeccable as always, and the day and night ran like clockwork thanks to a wedding planner we were so impressed with; Shawna at LaBella Eden, and her assistant Robin.
Congratulations Vanstroms! Thank you for choosing us! Here’s to a long and wonderful life together!
Man, I’m getting behind in my blogging again. So much shooting, so little time.
This wedding day was damp, but still beautiful. Nazareth Hall in Grand Rapids Ohio sits on many acres of old trees and rolling hills. The landscape is really beautiful, and so well established that it really lends to the historical feel of the venue. In fact it is an old military school, with locker lined hallways, and big class rooms, along with restored dining halls and a refurbished gymnasium that now act as reception areas. Of course we had hoped to use this landscape as a backdrop, but just before the wedding ceremony began, it was moved from the grotto to the lovely little chapel upstairs due to the pouring rain that had threatened to fall all day.
Mindi had planned this entire wedding from Tulsa Oklahoma where Mark and she live and work. From the home-made cookies as favors, and the colorful candy bar for the guests, the entire event meant fun and family. The dance floor stayed full, and the smiles were stuck hard and fast on everyone’s faces all night. The joy and mirth could not be drowned out by the downpour.
They will be moving back to Ohio soon, closer to family. We wish them the very best of luck, and happiness forever and ever!
♥♥ Christen and Kyle Ellis’s wedding happened in the dark, after a tornado, MOMENTS after the power outage that tortured us all for the next week! We drove in ditches, around downed trees and power lines, and sweat like cattle. It was most certainly stormy weather of the most literal kind! Very few times have I counted on all the experience I have had with a camera in my hand to this extent. People chuckle sometimes when they see me come through the door with my rolling toolbox of tricks and extra gadgets, but they came in handy this night including extra flashes, extra tripods, white boards. and so much more. If you consider hiring a photographer who is just starting out, pray for ANYTHING but a night like this. Someone who shows up with their shoulder bag, filled with their flash and their camera body would have made this wedding invisible.
Their wedding went successfully though, with serene smiles on their faces, and a group of loving family around them, in a room with very little natural light. It is for that reason that I ask you to forgive the shadows. ♥♥
At the end of the day, downtown in Fort Wayne’s beloved History Center, it was all good. Fort Wayne Pro DJs spun music to keep people on their feet.The weather was a distant memory, and it had blown away some heat, temporarily. We went off on our own (which you know by now I LOVE to do) and got the tipsy love birds doing what lovebirds do best. We didn’t care by that time that none of our homes had power. We were giddy, and silly and happy. It was a good GOOD day after all.
Jess is the sister of a recent bride. She’s into music, and fashion and is a delightful woman. We met in downtown Fort Wayne, goofed around and then went to the mall.
I told her when I walked up, “You’re so beautiful!” Her mother, (having raised two pretty girls) chimed in “She’s really talented, too.” If you are raising a girl, you just smiled. I know you did!
People ask me all the time if I am just a wedding photographer. Heck no. That may be all the majority of the population sees from me, but that’s just because so many people are involved in a wedding day. I’m blessed to do professionally every type of photography I want to, and get paid for it! I’m also blessed to have this angel’s face in my portfolio!
Thanks for asking me, Jessica!
This, as many of you know, is my very first Womb to Bloom series!
Laura decided that Sydney’s first cereal would be during our 5th monthly visit, which tickled me to death. I LOVE shooting firsts! Baby is not crazy about being on her tummy yet, so although we tried that first, she vetoed it quickly. A trade-off presented itself in no time though. She LOVES her toes!
As it turned out, she also loves cereal, and so does her “brother” Sampson! Watching this baby and her dog was an added bonus. Following this family through this first year is more fun each time.
See you next month, Baileys!