Jenny and Brian had the most amazing wedding at the Pine Knob Mansion. A gorgeous couple, gorgeous venue, the nicest families ever, just a fantastic day. Their blending of traditions and religious ceremonies made this one of the most personal and unique weddings I have ever shot. I just loved the entire day. Jenny’s super talented sister in law made the incredible cake, and the gorgeous flowers were done by her cousin. Thank you Jenny & Brian for letting me share in your most incredible day!! xoxo
I love summer! Longer days, awesome light to shoot in, and getting to hang out with the “D” family. Their amazingly cute boy and girl really know how to have fun, and give me great shots. This is the third summer that I have been lucky enough to get to do a family session with them. Every year they just get more adorable! Check out some of the totally cute photos from our most recent session at the beautiful Heritage Park in Farmington Hills, MI!
What an honor to be a part of Kim and Jeff’s big day! This wedding was a little extra special to me, as I’m a “friend of the family” if you will to the bride ( her Aunt is one of my best friends) So, when I found out Kimmy was getting married – I was beyond excited. She is not only gorgeous, but kind and sweet. Her uber handsome husband Jeff, is a Marine and an amazing guy. I was so pleased that they picked me to share in their big day. I loved Kim’s vision for the day, soft pinks and creams, baby’s breath and mason jars, rustic but elegant. Jeff looked incredible in his uniform, and Kim added lots of sweet little military touches throughout the day. Everyone had a blast at the wedding, Kim & Jeff’s families danced the night away! I wish them all of the luck in the world, as they are about to be stationed overseas soon. A big huge thank you for letting me be a part of your wedding day, and and even bigger thank you for all of your service and sacrifice Kim and Jeff!! xoxoxo
Meg and Eric had an absolutley gorgeous wedding on the campus of Michigan State University, they each graduated from MSU but didn’t meet until after college. It was a beautiful sunny day, with awesome puffy white clouds – and not too hot or too cold ( a rarity in Michigan). Meg and Eric were not only beautiful, but so much fun! Their ceremony was held at the Alumni Chapel, and then we got to take a tour of campus to take photos at all of the MSU landmarks. We ended the day at their reception overlooking the water, complete with an incredible sunset. By far my favorite way to end a wedding — shooting the bride and groom in front of glowing golden light. I wish them all the happiness in the world, and feel lucky to have been part of their most amazing day!!