so how crazy good were the posts this week? i am in constant awe of who i get the honor of featuring on the blog. so very thankful that so many of you want to be featured on here and always send your work my way. this community is truly spectacular. so thank you again to all the wedding photographers. thank you from the bottom of my heart to the entire wedding industry for keeping this blog going.
(a beautiful big sur elopement)
(p.s. this couple met the pope in Rome!)
fantastical, wouldn’t you say?
please click through to see the rest of the posts from each wedding photographer. there’s a reason why i pick these images every week is because i want people to check out their work and what they’ve done. so please go. you won’t be disappointed. i promise.
have a great weekend, all! Happy Easter! and as always,
ok so today’s post is uber special to me.
i’ve known Cynthia since she was in the 5th grade. when i first moved to America and we were in search of piano teachers, one of the piano teachers introduced us to the Li family and we became close family friends. i spent many a day with Cynthia playing beanie babies and when she moved into the middle school that was in the same building as my high school, we left silly origami notes for each other in our lockers. we were also in marching band together….yes, marching band. nevertheless, it’s been an amazing journey to see her grow up. and i am so very excited to share the below with you. but more importantly, i’m super excited for Cynthia and Eli and their next chapter. congrats you two.
also they have a pretty cute dog and cat.
ok without further ado.
and thank you for throwing confetti. and thank you, Eli for looking so happy about throwing confetti.
all this would not be possible without the major talent of
Chaz, thank you thank you thank you a gajillion bajillion times for capturing these two so wonderfully. it makes me so happy. seriously. when friends end up going with photog friends for their big day, i literally squeal and if i wasn’t at work when the decision was made, i’d legit throw confetti in the air.
anyways, thank you Chaz. head on over to CHAZ’S BLOG and mosey around there because you need to and you won’t regret it.
and again, Cynthia and Eli, so happy for you two and congrats again.
major thanks to
for sending this sweet engagement session over.
“Autumn engagement session on Tybee Island, Georgia with the cutest couple. Anna is an advertising major at SCAD and Ben graduated from Georgia Tech. The beach is a very special place for them so it was amazing to capture them and their love in their natural environment.”
head on over HERE to check out more of Bri’s gorgeous work and what else she has up her sleeve.
“Alex and Megan love everything about their city — their neighborhood, the shops, their apartment that they’ve made into a home together. We wanted to make sure that we captured their love in all of the places that mean most to them. We started their Chicago engagement session in Logan Square’s famous Bang! Bang! Pie Shop, visited the logan theater, passed through the underground of the Logan Blue Line Stop, and ended our rainy session in their home with their cats and all of the art that Alex’s grandfather gave them to fill their walls. It was a perfect afternoon.”
more than excited to have the work of
here on the blog. and just love what she captured in this engagement session with this couple and what they loved.
just gonna delve right into the confetti throw friday images this week. mainly cause i just took a Benadryl as allergies kicked into high gear this week and my mind is starting to go fuzzy as a side effect.
again, please click on the links to see more from each photographer. i know the majority of my readers tend to be photographers so please never feel discouraged by the amazing work out there or feel like you’re not good enough. instead, come here to support and cheer on your fellow photographers. you are all in the wedding industry, therefore the same team. come throw confetti with me for these guys and give them props for all their work.
have a great weekend all!
i am loving how intimate this wedding in the countryside was, but even more, love all the handmade heartfelt details.
“Blair and Jorge’s wedding took place at Jorge’s uncle’s home in the Mexican countryside, about an hour away from Mexico City. Blair is an amazing graphic designer and Jorge is an architect based out of Mexico City, so needless to say, their details were perfectly planned out and exquisitely executed. Blair’s wedding dress was custom made for her from fabric she sourced while in India and had embroidered in Mexico and her invitations were designed and letter pressed by her. Their wedding rings were found via Etsy. I just love how every part of this wedding was perfectly crafted and it was done in such a refined way. “
super excited to have and many thanks to
for sending this sweet wedding over.
for more of Amber’s amazing photography, head on over HERE to mosey around her blog.
also if you have the time, check out the bride’s graphic design work at Little Mule Studio.