Wedding details...I love when they reflect not just the couple, but the local area where the ceremony and celebration take place. The wildflowers decorating Sarah and Ben's cake could have been picked directly from the field next to their ceremony site. Now that's locally sourced!
These two are my favorite. Editing their May wedding has been so much fun! Speaking of fun, I may be taking a cross country train trip next week. Anyone ever travel long distance by train, do you have any tips on things to pack or do to while on board?
My goofy boy. True story, this is one of the first pictures I've gotten of him outside not completely in motion. Getting him to pause and sit still is really hard. New life goal; learn to back focus faster than a doberman can move!
I've been in Pennsylvania since Friday for my grandmother's funeral and while it's a bittersweet time, it's also been a time of celebration and fellowship with family. My grandparent's legacy is far reaching, with family now located all over the world and it's been such a blessing to all come together to remember and celebrate my grandmother's life.
Dang. I never post in b&w but this image just spoke to me so powerfully I just had to share.
As a believer, it's always super special to me to capture another believer's wedding. What made this wedding even more special was when both sides of the family came up to lay hands on the bride and groom and prayed over them and their future together.
Guys, even now I get dem chillz. 🙌🏻
In case you were wondering, the best way to remove melted wax from a painted wall is with your hair dryer. Melt wax on medium heat and wipe off. Remove residue with a 1:3 ratio of vinegar and water.
In case you were also wondering, the best way to remove melted wax from an antique wool rug is to lay a clean terrycloth over the wax and using an iron, iron over the cloth-covered-wax until it's all absorbed.
Both are done most successfully while holding a large glass of Pinot Grigio or Makers.
And if you were wondering how my day is going, please see above.