I love it when a family trusts me with their memories. I had such a good time with Darian and few years ago and was delighted that her mom called me to photograph, her little brother, Caleb’s senior portraits as well. Caleb can’t be put into a box and was just as comfortable in urban settings as he was in country ones.
When I put together my best of blog post for last year I realized just how much hadn’t made it to the blog since I was so busy. This is one of those weddings that I was shocked that I had not blogged, especially since I had such an amazing time with these guys. There was so much love and fun on their big day and I really was so honored to be a part of it. My favorite part was how they incorporated their engagement story into their reception decor. Keep an eye out for their tree of thankfulness. You can also take a look back at Laura’s Bridals.
Wedding – St. Joseph Catholic Church, Rayne, La
Getting Ready & Reception – The Crossing at Mervine Kahn, Rayne, La
I had such a good time with Matt when we headed to downtown Lafayette. I got a good idea of the vibe he was going for from his survey and was really looking forward to capturing that for him. A big thanks to Lagniappe Records for letting us duck in their shop and take a few images. I wish him the best of luck as he wraps up his high school career.
Wow! What an amazing year. I’m so lucky to have a job that never feels like work and to have amazing clients that allow me to do this. Its always so much fun to look back and see which blog posts got the most hits. I also learned that I didn’t blog nearly as much as I should have. My new years resolution will be to be better about it. Here are the top ten blog posts for the year.
Kennedi killed it! She had a very clear idea of what she wanted and really put a lot of thought into her outfits. She pushed me to shoot a little more dramatic and editorial then I normally would and I appreciated the challenge. It didn’t hurt that we had some of the prettiest light I’ve ever seen that day.