"Don’t give up. Push through the droughts. Channel the inevitable disappointments into your craft. Break molds. Think. Create. And most importantly, stay alive. And in the meantime, make it about others. That seems to work. Stay strong. Live on. Power to the local dreamer.” // Tyler Joseph
Getting married on their own property, and at their own home, was the perfect choice for these two. And a quiet moment for a night photo on the back porch was too perfect an opportunity to pass up! #BCwedding#nightphotography#ido
This sweet little love finally started walking like a maniac the past two days and @_aj.j_ and I are so proud we're about to burst! Of course being a parent has its ups and downs. But when Evie was walking to me all by herself with a smile from ear to ear, I couldn't think of anything I have ever experienced in the world that was cooler or more rewarding! Man, I love being her mama. ❤️
Finally getting away for our anniversary that was on July 24th. Being away from the kids always feels so weird at first but honestly I feel like it so important in marriage when you have kiddos to just get away and reconnect.
Always get time away. Seriously I highly suggest it because one day those kiddos will be all grown up and moved on. Here's to keepin the love alive yo! 👊🏻
I fear no fate, for you are my fate, my sweet. I want no world, for you are my world, my true. And it's you are whatever a moon has always meant and whatever a sun will always sing is you. E.e. Cummings
SO many wonderful moments from Emily and Scott's day! They are so entirely perfect for each other. Here's to a lifetime of carrying each other's hearts. 🍾❤️
There are a few things people might not know about the life of a wedding photographer:
- We usually drive home in silence and look for any fast food drive thru open late - greasy burgers/tacos/pizza are never as good as they are after midnight. - We honestly can't wait to go through your wedding photos - we love reliving the day as much as you do!
- We take pleasure in bustling dresses and pinning boutonnières and filling champagne glasses and doing anything we can to help make the day less stressful.
But the biggest thing is that we feel like family at the end of your wedding day. We live and breathe the day with you and spend precious moments with your friends and family watching the love shared and capturing moments we hope you'll cherish forever.
We never ever forget a wedding or a couple - you are forever on our hearts and and we adore the memories of the day you married the love of your life.
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After much thought and debate, I've decided to separate my wedding content and travel/adventure-y content. It's still me, and I'm still posting weddings! But, just not here. Hopefully you all will enjoy a more fluid feed of photos that inspire you to explore the world around you ❤️
Here's a little bit of a change to my normal Instagram postings.
Two weeks ago I moved 2014.7 miles away from the only town I've called home. It wasn't easy. The packing. The goodbyes. The cancelled plans. Trying to cram enough time to see every single person I care about before the last two few weeks before I left. (And I definitely missed out on saying a few more goodbyes than I expected.) My last three days at "home" were filled with tears nonstop. Eager to start this new adventure by heartbroken that I wouldn't be around everyone I care about the most.
On the drive to my new "home," we drove by this mini storm. And it caught my eye. The highway was clear with some occasional drizzles. But to our left was this incredible storm, so powerful but I couldn't feel it. I sometimes forget that I'm not the only one having a rough day or week or year. And I forget that I'm not the only fighting through a storm.
And it's so hard to grasp when you're in the middle of something so tough and blinding, that it WILL eventually pass. It WILL get better. And there's still so much beauty in this world. 🌙
there's something really cool about being able to physically hold my memories in my hand. also incredibly grateful for my best friend, Jamie. we ate good food, drank some cocktails, and shopped way too long. missed you 🖤 until next time ✌︎☼ Aloha ‘oe!