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August 8, 2019

I remember laboring over my “bouquet” choices when planning our elopement 16 years ago. One rose or three roses? It seemed like such a monumental decision. Ultimately, it came down to budget. Damian was struggling actor in LA with a million side-jobs to keep us afloat while I was waiting for my work permit to […]

June 4, 2018

a late fall wedding at the 1824 House in Vermont

Venue Coordinator: It’s going to rain. We need to move the ceremony indoors. Couple & photographer: NOOOOOOOOOOO! Deciding to move your outdoor wedding ceremony indoors isn’t easy. It’s a touch call to make. Nobody wants to make that call too early only to have it NOT rain. Then again, nobody wants to make that call […]

April 30, 2018

FILED IN: Ask a Pro

wooden "I do" wedding sign

Some wedding blogs & magazines are giving unsuspecting couples some really lousy advice. I’ve already gone through some great and some not-so-great “questions to ask your wedding photographer” in the first two installments here and here but there’s always room for more so get ready for the third installment. How would you describe your style? […]

March 25, 2017

an outdoor summer wedding ceremony in the heart of Vermont's NEK

Let’s be honest. Most of these “100 questions to ask your wedding photographer” lists that are put out by the wedding blogs, magazines, vendors and just about everybody else in the wedding industry aren’t all that great. At best, they are a starting point. At worst, they give you a long list of questions to […]

December 1, 2016

first dance of bride and groom

If there’s one way to ruin your first dance photos, it’s talking about anything negative that happened during the day. No “you would NOT believe what xzy said/did.” Any sort of negativity will absolutely show in your wedding photos so instead, laugh, giggle and flirt with each other … just don’t vent about anything may […]

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