Oh my goodness.
I seriously haven't touched this blog since last August.
August, my friends.
I got so busy last year that my head was literally spinning.
I had to let some things go in order to keep a tiny shred of my sanity.
The blog was one of those things.
So, I've made it my goal to be better about blogging my current weddings and sessions this year!
And I may even try to work back to the ones I've missed in the past few months
(no promises though..wink wink!)
Last year was the most pivotal year for this little business of mine.
The referrals and inquiries came pouring in like I have always been dreaming of.
It came as quite a shock and it was very unexpected because,
oh, I don't know.. I am my own worst critic and I've never been
super duper confident in my abilities as a photographer.
I think we all go through this to a point,
so at just the time I was about ready to give up and call it quits,
wedding season arrived and I booked 10 couples!
This was huge for me.
I just want to let you all know how extremely blessed I feel.
I never, ever want to take any of this for granted.
I am so GRATEFUL and HUMBLED!
My dreams are coming true and my heart is full.
Thank you all so much for believing in a mom from tiny Tooele, Utah with big dreams.
On that note...
I am so excited about my first wedding of 2013!
Paige and Boone.
Their winter wedding was absolutely stunning with a cozy, rustic feel.
Their sealing was in the Manti, Temple where we braved 18 degree temps!
Their reception was at Wheeler Farm where their guests were welcomed with a
hot chocolate bar
I loved the burlap details and rustic arrangements.
It was so them and it all came together so beautifully.
The two of them were so sweet and fun.
I know they are going to be so happy together.
Thank you so much for allowing me to be such a big part of your day.
It really means the world to me.
I get asked by a lot of fellow photographers what gear I use so
this is for my fellow photo geeks:
I shot this wedding with a Canon 6D, 24-70 2.8L, 85 1.8, and 430 EX II speedlite.