May the 4th be with you! Elizabeth & Ryan chose to take Star Wars Day to the next level for Estate at Eagle Lake Wedding in Chesterfield NJ on May 4th, 2019. There were storm troopers, lightsabers and Spiderman (Spiderman??) even made a guest appearance. You know I’m a total sucker for a wedding infused […]
Mandy & Adam get mad props for the most unique wedding location of 2018 – instead of choosing a traditional wedding venue they tented their street, brought in a food truck, laid down a dance floor and held a fully decked-out rustic block party!
It was a cold February day when I found myself in a toasty coffee shop sipping my mochachino, spotting a gorgeous couple with their adorable little guy coming through the door. All three were bundled up, radiating warm smiles as they came over to meet me. That was the first time I met Jillian & Aaron and their son R. and it was from that moment that I knew I wanted to be a part of their family centered wedding.
Having two photographers (sometimes more!) document your wedding may seem like overkill – depending on what’s most important to you it might be! Here are 7 reasons it may or may not make sense to include coverage from a second photographer on your wedding day.
Here’s the thing – and I know you’ve heard this before. Your wedding day is just that, one day and it’ll flash by in the blink of an eye. The best way to make the most of that day is to have a solid plan for how you’re going to spend it. Here are three timeline tips I give all my couples so they can make the most of their wedding days and get killer images!