I've known Jordan for years and to say I was excited for this day is an understatement. Their wedding was perfection, and Rich's reaction to seeing his bride for the first time was the sweetest one yet.
All of the little details were handmade by Jordan herself. From the honey jar favors to the custom monogrammed robes she made the ~night before~. Talk about dedication! It all payed off and the venue was gorgeous.
We made it just in time for sunset photos and these two knocked it out of the park. From the nervous laughter and silly jokes, we managed to get so many great photos before the sun dipped below the horizon.
When Madison reached out and told me her idea of throwing a sweet little tea party in the park for her 30th, I immediately jumped at the opportunity. It was something so different from the usual birthday party!
Of course Covid was the reason behind the change of plans (she originally was going to go all out kids party with a bounce house) but I don't think that could have ever topped what she and her gals created.
It was such a fun morning and tI'm considering offering tea party sessions now!
My sister was an angel and modeled for me this past weekend. Her style screams slightly grunge + glam and I knew a more industrial feel would fit. My favorites are of course the black and whites, but the red was a fun challenge. Working towards bringing in a lot more color in my work!