Whether you had to postpone your wedding until next year or you decided to do a small, intimate ceremony or elopement instead, bringing a sense of home to your wedding can calm the chaos of the changes you’ve had to make. Here are some ways you can add touches of home to your day, no matter what it ends up looking like.
Summer isn’t the only beautiful, busy season in Lake Tahoe. It’s a peak destination for avid winter sports athletes and for those who just come for the views. In the past, it’s started snowing as early as September, so by the time winter officially rolls around, everything is covered in the most picturesque blanket of snow. There’s something special about winter weddings in Tahoe, and every year, I look forward to the new trends and spins that winter couples add to their day.
You don’t have to be the Leslie Knope of gift giving to nail it this holiday season. Photo prints are arguably the easiest and most affordable gifts to give, especially for the people who have it all. Gifting prints for the holidays should ease your stress and I'm here to make it extra easy on you and tell you how to choose the best photos to gift and some of my favorite places to buy them.
I believe that EVERYONE should print their photos! Whether you’re looking at a digital gallery I just sent your way or through your phone’s neverending camera roll, these three tips will help you choose the best photos to print and give you options for how to display them.
Even though it looks different this year, football season is here! And just like teams are drafting their most valuable players, you may be thinking about who your wedding day MVPs will be. When you’re considering people for your wedding party, don’t just give anyone the honors. Your winning team will be a mix of dedication, different strengths, and a little raw talent. Remember: you’re the quarterback calling the plays, your teammates should respect and trust your judgment. Here are the key-players to add to your O-line roster—happy drafting!
The busy summer wedding season eventually gives way to a slower-paced fall. These cozy gatherings are a welcome turn from the bustle and sometimes sweltering summer heat. I find myself favoring the cooler breezes, longer nights, and laid back couples who choose fall weddings. Here are some of the details I look forward to seeing!
If you’re like any (respectable) pet parent, you likely want your fur babies to be a part of your day. I get it, I’m a dog mom--they’re basically our children. But there are some important things to consider before you make the call on whether or not to include your dogs in your wedding. Here are some planning tips and resources to have your four legged pals join you on your special day.
LGBT+ weddings are like heteronormative weddings in many ways--except there’s one major standout: the individuality is fierce and unapologetic. Photographing LGBT+ weddings is like coming up for fresh air. Couples tend to customize nearly all parts of their day, skirting the traditional route. Since I started photographing weddings, LGBT+ wedding trends have changed quite a bit. Yet some trends have stood the test of time. Some of my favorites are up on the blog!
If you’re looking for summer wedding inspo, it’s probably because you want your wedding to be different, to be more you. Here are some ideas and summer 2020 wedding trends for making your summer wedding shine in your own way, including bold statement furniture, refreshing menu options, and fun flowy wedding party attire.
While you were busy picking out florals, decor, your wedding party, and even the colors of your table napkins, your vows may have been put on the backburner. One of the most important parts of your day is often easily overlooked. Some people even wait until the night before (seriously, but I don’t recommend that). Figuring out what you want your vows to be doesn’t have to be all-consuming: you have options.
The months leading up to your wedding are a whirlwind of planning, opinions, and excitement. The expectations about what your day will be are high, whether you started planning when you were a kid or you just learned the difference between ivory and white. With all the pressure put on “the single most important day of your life,” it’s no surprise that many couples get pre-wedding jitters. Here are some ways to stay chill before your nerves get the best of you.
Wedding planning from personal experience can be incredibly useful. Learn wedding planning tips, successes and failures from one of my actual clients. Tashara and Alvan were wed in a Georgetown Milestone wedding outside of Central Texas and Tashara shares her wedding planning from personal experience here, including tips and tricks for navigating the unexpected waters of wedding planning.