I can’t believe I haven’t posted this link here yet! But I have officially moved all blog and website information towww.amandacouchphotography.com
A lot of great stuff is happening so click on the link and update any reader feeds!
I always love meeting new little ones – especially when it means I get to see old friends. I don’t know if this mom knows it, but I totally looked up to her in college. She was a year older and she was the Queen of my then boyfriend’s fraternity and I always loved getting to hang out with her at their functions ;) And now she has this amazingly beautiful baby!
I love all the cute hats my clients are bringing with them lately – seriously who could resist?!?!
The painting on the wall was done by her Aunt – it’s just amazing. I want one.
I haven’t had time to put up entries for iheartfaces.com ‘s weekly challenges. On one hand that makes me sad, because it’s fun to have someone else give me a focus to think about for a few days, on the other hand it’s great because it means clients have been keeping me busy :) Not going to complain about that!
This furry friend is such a sweetheart. She came along on a recent photo shoot and at times had a hard time staying awake for all the family photos ;) The beautiful girl with her spent the entire shoot doting on her pup and it was so cute to see her just love her pup. She even thought to bring a plastic bag along to the park! Such a good young dog owner :) Oh and did I mention this dog’s name is Sunshine?!! Doesn’t she just make you want to curl up with her in some sunshine and sleep the afternoon away?!
Head on over to iheartfaces.com to see more furry friends entries :)
If you are just joining us now – check out Kendal & Steve, Part I – here
Every wedding that I do, I hope and pray for a groomsmen that helps to make my job much easier. This wedding had, hands-down, one of the best groomsmen/photographers assistant. Here he is below – he kept everyone smiling naturally and laughing. I tried to hire him to come to every wedding with me after this one, sadly I was turned down.
A whole lot of time and effort went into personalizing all the details of this wedding. I just love that everything really emphasized the idea of their wedding day being a celebration – these two definitely have the right idea. (love the sayings on the back of the programs)
And waiting to greet them after the ceremony…
I love this next set of images. Would it be weird if I had a wall of these in my house? They just make me happy.
And I’ll leave you with this image… a small look into the fun that was about to start at the reception!
The night before this wedding, I had a dream that I was at the wedding and Kendal was in an sleeve-less dress with lace details. So fun to see her dress that day! I’m going to chalk it up to knowing your bride well. I’m just that good ;) (or seriously lucky – more probable). In any case, Kendal & Steve’s day was just perfect. All the many special hand-made details, all the wonderful people, sharing in the day. It was simply magical and I’m so lucky to have been a part of the day.
Much more to come!! I’d hold out for the reception – these two hosted quite the dance party :)