I think Ivan has the right idea. Happy Sunday everyone!
Monthly Archives: January 2010
Although I generally keep my kitties indoors every once in a while I take them outside to let them experience the outdoors. I couldn’t help but let Oliver and Boo outside today to see how they’d react to the snow. Oliver was NOT a big fan, he was back up on the steps pawing at the door in about thirty seconds.
Surprisingly Boo actually seemed to enjoy it for a little while………
but then decided she wanted to go inside after all. After she inspected the shovel, of course.
I am a huge sucker for a pretty dress. Majorly huge. If I were about a hundred pounds lighter I would be modeling wedding (and other) dresses as well as photographing brides in them. I’m also a sucker for a vintage dress. There is just something about not only the styles but also the craftsmanship that was put into making them. And because apparently I am spending too much time on the internet I found this website called The Frock (love the name) that sells vintage dresses. Here are some from their wedding collection but they also have styles from the Victorian era, the 20’s and WWII. If you have time check them out.
Being a bride and planning a wedding doesn’t mean that you have to spend a fortune. After all, it’s about the love, right? Here are some great sites if you’re looking for ideas that will save you a bit of cash and help you plan a wedding that is uniquely you!
WAY back in October I was able to do some work as a second shooter for my friend Shaun Ring. Angie and John were a very cool couple from Tennessee who came back to get married in Lexington. They had a large group of friends who all came together (for the first time in a long time) to help Angie and John celebrate. It was great to be able to spend time with fun people!
I love when the bride and groom sing during the first dance. It’s so sweet!
Thanks for checking out the photos! Don’t forget about the chance to win FREE wedding photography!
Emilie Duncan, a wedding planner from Columbus, Ohio (formerly of Lexington) has a new series on her blog called “What vendors wish you knew!” Check it out if you get the chance, it’s very informative.