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Erica reached out to me wanting to book an engagement session as she and her now fiancé, Chad, were finally going to have some time together. She planned on visiting northern New York to spend quality time with her partner over the holidays, see the new home they purchased together, and begin planning her move […]
Are you getting the most value out of your wedding photos? If you’re keeping them hidden away on your phone, or on a USB drive, the answer is: no, you’re not.
When I say you take back control of your wedding day, I really mean it—you’re free to make any decision you’d like, including wearing an “unconventional” dress or wedding attire. You’re not bound to white, ivory, or champagne if you’d love to have some color on your day.
Here’s the truth of the matter: the people you choose to invite to witness your vow exchange and be present in the moment in which you dedicate your lives to one another—it’s a privilege for them to be there—it’s not a right.
Deciding on whether to have a large wedding is not solely based on how many people you know and love. It also depends on the type of experience you want to share with your partner throughout the wedding planning process and the wedding day itself.
It’s easy to get caught up in the throes of wedding planning, but one thing you shouldn’t forget is the food! Here are a few ideas for what to have for dinner to make it a little easier for your day.