We went to Williamsburg this spring. It was a wonderful time and the weather was lovely. We spend sooooo much time before we left sewing new costumes. I woke up one morning in January highly inspired by this and commenced on a huge sewing spree which lasted the better part of the month and ALL of February. Emily and Isabelle caught the bug and were soon sewing stays and petticoats with me till the day we left. :)
If you like historical places, this post is for you because I went crazy on the buildings this year! Be sure to stick around till the end of the post since I just happened to stick in some night photography for ya all. Enjoy all the pictures! Have a great Monday :)
It was a beautiful cold snowy day. I decided that I must take advantage of the gorgeous snow and take some farm pictures. It just so happened that our friends were in the midst of lambing season so we dropped by there as well. Emmaline was a trooper going out in the foot of snow dragging around an uncooperative pregnant donkey. :) Thankfully, Isabelle came with us to help out with the cranky animals. Take a look at what we captured below. Enjoy :)
Mr.Guinea discovers snow ;)
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This wedding was different from any other wedding I’ve done. When Saloni contacted me last summer about photographing her wedding, I was SO excited. She told me she was getting married two days after Christmas and was having an India/American wedding! Yes! Saris, stunning dresses and Indian food! To say I was beyond excited, was an understatement. :D I had SUCH a hard time narrowing the pictures to put on here. They are alll amazing! Many thanks to my awesome Second photographer Rebekah and my sister Isabelle. Without yinz, I could never have done it!
Happy Monday everyone! Do you remember this photoshoot? One of my friends and long time photography clients had a baby!! Look at this little guy. Isn’t he just the cutest EVAHHHH!!! His name is Otto. He likes fuzzy blankets and he’s not to crazy about pumpkins. Be sure to scroll through the whole post and you’ll see why. :D
Elizabeth and John David’s wedding could not have been more perfect. It was a beautiful day and it did not rain until the very moment they drove away. The wedding took place in Elizabeth’s family’s back yard. I’ve know Elizabeth and family since I was 5 so this made the wedding double awesome! I may or may not have photo bombed a lot of iphone pictures that day. :P
Also, this was my first wedding taking the group shots of the grooms men. It was a ton of fun. You can totally feel the excitement in their pictures!
Here is only a tiny bit of my favorites because I couldn’t fit them all. Enjoy :)