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How to Prepare for Your Engagement Photos

You’re getting married! Whether you’re planning your big day all on your own or with the help of a wedding planner, one of the most fun things on your to-do list is without a doubt your engagement session. This is your chance to get some adorable photos of you and ...
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How to Create a Magazine-Worthy Wedding

Throughout your wedding planning, you’ve probably flipped through a magazine or two (or 12) and seen the stunning photos and gorgeous centerpieces of your dreams. But not everyone can afford a celebrity-style wedding day. Fortunately, there are things you can do to have your dream wedding without breaking the bank. ...
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What to Wear for Your Engagement Session

One of the most common questions engaged couples ask me is this: What do I wear for my engagement session? And it’s an important question! After all, these photos are often used for announcements, save-the-date cards, and even as décor for the wedding ceremony or reception. Choosing what to wear ...
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6 Tips for Planning an Outdoor Wedding Ceremony

Outdoor weddings are beautiful, especially if you have a scenic natural background, but they can also be challenging to plan, especially if the weather in your venue location is unpredictable. Whether it’s sweltering heat in the summer months or an unexpected thunderstorm, it’s important to be well prepared for every ...
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Guide to a Stress-Free Family Photo Session

Every parent wants the perfect family photo—all of you smiling and comfortably posed in a beautiful natural background with that gentle golden light. But as any photographer—or parent—can tell you, getting that photo definitely isn’t easy. Between meltdowns, tears, and distractions, it can be a challenge to get your kids ...
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Why You Should Take Yearly Family Portraits

How many times have you wanted to take a family photo, maybe for your Christmas cards, and then simply been too busy? Life gets hectic, and you find you don’t have time to wrangle all the kids and sit everyone down for a proper photo. Or maybe you have albums ...
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5 Questions to Ask a Potential Family Photographer

When it comes to photography, many people put a lot of effort into choosing a wedding photographer but not as much consideration into who will capture their family photos. But these images of your family are just as important and will be something for your children, grandchildren, and future generations ...
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Create a Unique & Sexy Gift

Unsure what to get the love of your life for a birthday or holiday? An album of boudoir photos can make a surprising and moving gift for your significant other, regardless of the occasion, but figuring out how to present your photos can be a challenge. To help you out, ...
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Celebrate a Milestone with a Boudoir Session

If you’re looking for a reason to do a boudoir shoot, a major milestone in your life can be a great time to capture some new, professional images of yourself. Whether you’re celebrating a big birthday or dealing with a change in your life, like an empty nest, boudoir can ...
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Top 6 Ways to Prepare for Your Boudoir Session

You’ve taken the leap and scheduled your boudoir session! Now what? Preparing for your session can help you feel more comfortable and enjoy the experience more. Plus, the more at ease you feel, the better your images will be! Be sure to talk to your photographer about how best to ...
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Why You Should Consider a Bridal Boudoir Session

Your wedding day allows you to be the star of the show. From getting ready to walking down the aisle to family photos, you’ll be in front of the camera all day and will have plenty of images to look back on. But many brides don’t think about another opportunity ...
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5 Reasons Why You Should Have a Boudoir Session

Have you ever thought about having a profession boudoir session? Maybe you’ve seen photos of women looking their absolute best and rocking some sexy lingerie and thought you’d love to do that, but you’re scared to get in front of the camera, especially wearing almost nothing. It may seem intimidating, ...
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