It's the first day of summer, and the longest day of the year. Sure, it's also a Tuesday, but I know you'll find some time to celebrate! After weeks of rain, the forecast is finally showing us that Portland Summer promise of sunshine and warm weather. It got a little hopeless there didn't it?
Eating right and staying healthy are imperative to my work as a Wedding Photographer, especially during wedding season. I am on my feet basically from sunrise until past sunset organizing, hustling, and photographing on a wedding day. It's exhausting and requires a lot of physical and mental energy. In order to continue doing what we love, we must have the right food and nutrients to fuel our day and keep us on our A-Game.
My sample albums just got a huge update and I'm too excited NOT to share them! I outsource my album design to my amazing friend Elizabeth who is far more talented than I in creating these heirloom items. I have been working with her for about a year and am always impressed with her speed and talent.
Last Wednesday I invited Cynthia of Flower Friends to chat with me at Tanner Springs Park about the importance of choosing a bouquet based on the time of year a couple is getting married. To my surprise, Cynthia flipped the idea on its head. She told me that instead of choosing a bouquet based on the time of year you get married, you should choose your wedding date based on the flowers itself.