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Do you want to learn how to organize a timeline for your wedding day but don’t know where to start? Let’s be realistic here, not all of us plan events for a living so there’s no doubt that figuring out how to organize every detail to make sure your wedding day unfolds smoothly -is indeed […]

The schedule of events on a wedding day in Wisconsin Dells.

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Carmen & Dave What a day…capturing Carmen and Dave’s Hindu Ceremony at the Brooklyn Park Activity Center in Minnesota. Their Hindu Ceremony was one of the many wedding celebrations with their family and friends. Before the main ceremony, the Baraat starts. A Baraat is a celebratory wedding procession for the groom which usually includes live […]

Hindu Wedding Bride and Groom Portrait

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A common response I get from couples is, “I’d love to get family formal photos done as quickly as possible. You know, all the shots that mom and grandma want.” In this blog, I hope to give you helpful advice on family portraits after your ceremony. To be honest, it varies from wedding to wedding but […]

Wedding family formal photo after ceremony

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As a woman and small business owner, I am always seeking out and networking with local creative entrepreneurs in the wedding industry. I completely stand behind, Community over Competition and had the amazing opportunity to interview Fawn of Inspired By Nature – Fine Floral Designs. She is a true artist, not only is she kind […]

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An engagement session can be scary and most definitely awkward for some couples -especially if they’ve never had a professional photoshoot done before. Hiring a photographer that will help you with the best experience possible is crucial to meeting your photo standards and of course, client experience. My process includes: help with styling/coordinating outfits vendor […]

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Christine + Andrew are such a vibe and south beach on Lake du Bay couldn’t have been more perfect! Why are sunset sessions my favorite? I just love how creamy and golden this engagement session is. If you aren’t afraid to get a little dirty, loves snuggles and kisses, you could have a dreamy engagement […]

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Are you starting to feel uncertain about your wedding with Covid-19? My heart goes out to all of the couples who have had to change, postpone, downsize or even cancel their wedding because of the pandemic. I believe I have some helpful informational to share with you and how you can still get married and […]

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I did a lot of research before our trip to Colorado and hiking the RMNP, especially with the pandemic -I knew we had to extra cautious. A week before this trip, I was admitted for an emergency gallbladder surgery removal but I was still so determined to hike the RMNP since my doctor gave me […]

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Not sure where to start when planning your Micro Wedding? Since the pandemic, many couples had to change their wedding plans to a ‘Micro Wedding’ and it’s a bummer for those who would prefer a large wedding. I’ve photographed weddings in 2020 that gave me a new perspective on weddings. Having a Micro Wedding the […]

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‘GETTING READY’ photos are so crucial to storytelling. Here are some pointers to keep in mind when choosing a ‘getting ready’ location. I prioritize to capture all the little details, the space and lighting does matter. 1. Choose a space that has plenty of windows + lots of natural light. This is important because of […]

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