His deployment got bumped up and that's just never an easy thing to deal with. When they found out Tyler would be leaving early, Kayleigh contacted me about having some photos taken before he left. We had it on the calendar, and in typical PA weather fashion, the day of was FREEZING and SO WINDY! We were in a bit of a panic for a hot second until I asked Kayleigh how much she trusted me on a scale of 1-10... this is something I find myself asking my clients often when I have a wild idea- haha! She said 10, and so I suggested an in home session. The first thing people say when I mention in home sessions is that their house "isn't worthy", or whatever... it's some type of excuse or fear and I totally get it!
I want to stop right there and say something: your house is WORTHY. It doesn't have to be Pinterest perfect... it has to be "YOU" perfect! The images we capture are for you, not for strangers on the internet. Plan your outfits well and just be happy and cuddly and leave the rest up to me!
Well, now that it's nearly February of 2017 and life as finally calmed down a little, I thought I'd post some of my favorite images from this past wedding session! I'd like to give a huge shout out to the wonderful people who helped me out this year: Jessie Geesey Photography, my main 2nd shooter, and Richard of Richard and Tara Photography + Cambria Creative Photography for helping out as well :)
Reviewing these images has me so excited for my 2017 weddings!!!
At the beginning of December, Jessie and I met early one morning to head down to BWI... Early, like 5am early. This gal is not an early bird, or a fan of flying. But we saddled up and headed down, not knowing how much fun we were about to have. Sweet Anna was a bridesmaid in a wedding I photographed yeeeears ago and since then we both waited to send "the email" and to get "the email"! :) I love photographing weddings for friends/family of past bride and grooms!
Jessie has been a huge blessing to my business. Her work has progressed beautifully since we started working together and we're really starting to sync everything up. It's so nice to have a friend/co-worker like her... To say we had a blast is an understatement. I haven't laughed that hard in a long time.. I'm talkin' full belly laughs, y'all. While in the Asheville area, it's safe to say Jessie and I fell in love with the area. One of our favorite things was how everyone says "yes ma'am", and how sweet everyone is. Once we realized saying "yes ma'am" was a simple sign of respect, not something someone says to you because they think you're old ;), we decided we're bringing "yes ma'am" back to York County.