Wedding Wednesday - 2015 Wedding Season Image Review!
It's Wednesday! For 2016, I'm implementing Wedding Wednesdays. My goal for this year is to dedicate Wednesday's for the day where I will be blogging about all things related to weddings from a photographer's point of view. On wedding Wednesdays I may review my most recent wedding or engagement session.
I plan on to blog about all sorts of topics; such as a wedding from a photographer's perspective, sharing photos of details, cakes and rings, the pro's and con's of having an unplug wedding, to have a first look or not to have a first look, why take a photo's of the wedding dress, and etc...all from a behind my camera's perspective.
My hope for Wednesdays is that when you click to the next website, you receive a little insight about weddings from a photographer's perspective. Maybe you'll even get inspired for your own wedding. For the photographer's out there, I definitely would love to hear from you! Although, I will have to be real honest with you, there may be some Wednesdays where I'll just be sharing pretty photos with no words:-) Some weeks are just going to be crazy...just sayin' :-)
For this first Wedding Wednesday of the new year, I am simply sharing images from my 2015 wedding season! The weddings ranged from an ultra-creative-DIY-Alice-in-Wonderland-themed wedding to classically romantic to modern glam. There even was a surprise weddings! I was honored to capture weddings at wineries, vineyards, museums and private homes and estates as well as parks and beautiful churches. I love weddings. period. Being able to witness couples who love each other and are ready to start their new adventure together is always a blessing. I am just so so so very honored that I get to capture the beginning of this season in their lives. I wish and hope for all my 2015 newlyweds a long life together full of love, passion and commitment!
Enjoy the year in review this past year. :-)
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