Things to Do With Your Wedding Photos

Your wedding photographer releases your wedding photos and you are in awe over how gorgeous they are! These memories deserve to be displayed. After all, you did invest your hard earned cash into hiring a photographer – don’t let your photos get lost in digital...

The Wedding Album Process

Pixels just can’t compare to ink; there’s just something about being able to touch your photos. Technology is constantly changing, making it quite possible that our current digital media could one day soon become obsolete. Printed photographs however,...

My Biggest Wedding Screw-Up

How many times have you planned to run to the store sans list, swear you’d remember what you need, then when you get back home realize that you totally forgot the one item you went in for? We’re all guilty of trusting our memory a little too much and while...

The Ideal Wedding Photography Timeline

Most couples invest a substantial amount of time in planning their wedding and it can become a bit overwhelming to attempt to figure out how long everything takes. The following timeline will help guide you through what I consider to be the ideal photography timeline....

How to Write Wedding Thank You Cards

Many people dread writing thank you cards, simply because they don’t know what to write. This cheat sheet will help you write up a personal card in minutes. Dear _____, Thank you so much for the (adjective + name of gift*). Described what you will be doing with...

How to Easily Keep Track of RSVPs and Gifts

Believe it or not, it’s quite common for guests to return their reply cards blank. That’s right, you’ll receive that pre-stamped card, maybe with a check mark next to ‘I will attend’…but no name. Gone are the days where you have to rip your hair out, trying to figure...

It’s Not All About The Bride

You’ve heard the saying at least a zillion times: it’s all about the bride! While I’ve never understood why people don’t include the groom in this saying (or “it’s all about the couple”), it’s the idea that entire focus wedding day is should be on just on one or two...