Well, I did it. I completed the mud run with my crazy friend Anna. I had several moments that I didn’t think I would finish and did not feel so hot when it was over, but now that I’m showered and have eaten something I’m feeling great and so glad that I did it! I may or may not have cussed Anna out the entire time and probably told her that I hated her 1,000 times, but in the end I’m glad she talked me into it. Thanks for sticking with me, boo! It was fun!
Savannah came to her shoot with lots of fun clothes, an eye for fashion, and my favorite part…she is a dancer. She rocked this session and was so fun to shoot! She brought along her prom dress and OMG! The end of the shoot was my favorite part! I put her dance skills to the test and she killed it! Thanks again to Anna DeLong at Salons at the Lake for coming along and changing up the hair and makeup for each outfit change! If you are going to get your senior pictures taken, please consider having her come along! She helps take your pictures to the next level!
Julie got married this past Saturday so I am finally able to share some of her bridal pictures that I took with my partner in crime Ashley over at Ashley Grier Photography. Isn’t she a beautiful bride!!!!
This month’s theme for The Exhibit Project is Together. I wanted to do something a little different and not shoot a couple as I thought that would be the obvious thing. So, I photographed things that go together! And if I coud have figured out how to photograph rama lama lama ke ding a de dinga a dong I totally would have included it! So here are my phtots for things that go together!
Please go check out Vision of Rose Photo’s Exhibit Project for this month!
This is a love story that is 17 years in the making. They met in high school and dated until it was time to move on to college. They went their separate ways, started their careers and had moved on with their lives. They kept in touch and remained friends, but it could never be anything more than that because they lived in different states. Fast forward to last year…out of the blue he contacted her and the sparks that were there 17 years ago, well, they were still there, actually, I don’t think they ever really went away. Abbey moved home and on April 27th they started their lives together as husband and wife.
I know their story because, well, I know them. We are all from the same town, went to the same school and have the same friends. I was beyond excited when Abbey called to tell me she was moving back home and that she and Adam were back together. You see, their wedding day was a long time coming…it should have happened years ago. Adam, he never stopped loving her and waited patiently for her to come back and say “Yes!” And Abbey..she never stopped loving him either.
I was thrilled to be a part of their day! It was beautiful, intimate and totally them! I have to give a HUGE thanks to my partner in crime, Ashley at Ashley Grier Photography. She came and helped me shoot the wedding so I could enjoy myself and visit with everyone. You rock in so many ways and I’m grateful for you!
So without further ado…Mr. & Mrs. Bamburg!
The reception was held later that night and Abbey and Adam both made a wardrobe change. I’m in love with her party dress and of course Adam’s bowtie was on point! I’m pretty sure they are the cutest couple EVER!
The first dance was to Etta James’s “At Last” which was so fitting for them! After that, I put my camera down and enjoyed the rest of the festivities!
Adam and Abbey, I wish you both a lifetime of happiness! Thank you so much for including me in your special day! Love love!!!!