Today I thought it would be neat to post a few wedding websites from some of our happy couples, yay! I love perusing through wedding websites; each one has its own touch of personality. They are such a wonderful way for everyone to get to know more about the couple and learn how they met and fell in love! These websites are are also a handy resource for guests and vendors. Each website normally has information and directions to rehearsal, ceremony and reception locations as well as links to their bridal registries. For me and Jason, a wedding website is something that we recommend to all of our clients who are getting married.
Jamin and Katie
Mac and Ashley
Georgi and Michelle
Steve and Amanda
Here are a few resources for free wedding websites:
A few weeks ago, my friend Megan emailed me and mentioned that she was thinking about getting into modeling. She had never modeled before and was curious to know if she would like it or not. I told her that I would drive up to see her in Richmond on Sunday, and that we would find out. I got in touch with Rae, who is my good friend and shooting assistant. She also lives in Richmond, and I thought it would be great fun for us three ladies to go on a shooting adventure together. Our adventures took place at the Hollywood Cemetary and the Maymont Park in Richmond, VA. Despite the bitter cold, we had fun running around inside a cemetary! Here are a few shots from that Sunday.
Ugh, I had to eventually lose the hat. It was way to big for my already big head.
Megan in the mausoleum
This could be a neat little ad for Frye Boots!
One great thing about digital
Typical Megan: always laughing and smiling
omigosh, Rae caught me in action.
Thinking warm thoughts
Megan's second favorite tree. Maybe next time we'll visit her favorite.
Here is our latest album design! Beautiful couple George and Melisha were married last May at St. Thomas Aquinas in Charlottesville and celebrated their reception at King Family Vineyard in Crozet, VA. Thanks for viewing the design, and we appreciate any feedback that you may have.
On Wednesday the 14th, I saw Carlton James perform for the first time. It was also my first time in the new Is venue, which was formerly known as Starr Hill Music Hall. Still a great place to view music acts, and Carlton James was no exception. The music sort of reminded me of old timey country with twangy Louisiana blues. I was also delighted to see my friend Mike playing pedal steel. Here are a few snapshots from that show.
This is Sam, an aspiring singer and theater actress from Richmond, also a delightful and very funny gal. I got to spend a few minutes with her in the studio to whip up some headshots.
Happy new year, everybody! I hope that the holidays were wonderful for you. I think that Jason and I are still recovering from all of the fun that we had, ha!
I would like to share with you a calendar project that Jason has been working on with a lovely lady named Sarah. They have both been collaborating and working together to create a sort of unique pin-up look with a slight modern flair added. I think that the outcome of these images are really fun. Hope you enjoy!