sometimes at the time a couple gets married, they might be tight on their budget and missed out on getting the images they wanted to. so flash forward a few years and they are able to have an anniversary shoot with an amazingly talented photographer like Aron Goss from
Aron’s work is always stunning and gorgeous. see for yourself over on HIS BLOG. be prepared to let your jaw drop from the amazingness.
time for real talk, guys.
i decided to ask my close friend, Joanne, from ENCARNACION PHOTOGRAPHY, to share a few things on
love and marriage.
p.s. i love this couple for being so candid and so genuine with me always. their friendship means the world to me and i’m so damn lucky to have them in my life. below are images they took themselves with a tripod for a little anniversary session. love you, joannathon. #tcogtfo
“I wish someone told me that there was a manual on marriage before I got married to my dearest husband of now almost 5 years. But none the less there was never one written. My mom warned me that marriage was going to be a little rough. It now makes sense when she asked me, “Are you sure you’re ready?” I remember looking at her and thinking about Airis our 9 year old, we weren’t ready to be parents and oddly enough we survived that together. “
“I never thought that relationships were supposed to be easy. I’ve always seen them to be challenging in ways people can’t imagine. Two very different souls who have differences coming together always seems to cause some type of friction. Lucky for me the man I ended up marrying is easy to love, despite his Gemini ways. Jonathan and I have been married for 5 years in those five years of marriage I have learned to be patient, understanding, and forgiving. These skills and wisdom were a result from a roller coaster of a journey bringing us through ups and downs, dips and turns. We have fought with each other, cried with another, laughed, and shared many first amazing moments as a couple. Our children are some of the biggest teachers we have to thank. Because of them we have grown into two nurturing adults and have also learned to be more childlike in our marriage.”
“It would be a lie if I said that our relationship was perfect. It’s far from it, but I believe thats what makes every relationship and marriage special. The imperfections and nuances of love is what makes it all so beautiful. I may not have the answers to love and marriage, but I do know in order to be able to survive through marriage always believe that love still exists.”
this week has been super fun. T-Bird aka Tonhya Wysong from Tonhya Kae Photography aka my sister from another mister came to visit. there were belly laughs a plenty as our week consisted of dance parties in my apartment and in the car and the weirdest hybrid accents spoken to each other. basically both of us got six packs from giggling like high schoolers. she also came and did a fashion editorial shoot in my apartment and around my neighborhood and i saw what she got. Tonhya brings her A-game everywhere. so go check out her work for sure.
anyways, enough about me and onto confetti throw fridays…
always in amazement of what some of these photographers end up capturing with their lenses. the above are no exception. again, i highly encourage you go to the original posts and THEN, mosey around their blogs for much more of their work.
have a great weekend all!
i’m really excited to have the work of
on the blog.
major thanks to Sara for sending this anniversary session of the stylish photography duo from Yes, Dear Studio. for more from this session, head on over HERE and you most definitely want to stick around their blog to check out more from them too.
when a bride and groom don’t have time on their big day for portraits or when they want an anniversary shoot, it’s always a sweet gesture to hire the same wedding photographer or one that they are a fan of to capture the love again.
major thanks to
for sharing this love session over.
head on over here for more of their talented work.