Six Simple Steps to Keep Smiles on the Children in Your Wedding

Six Simple Steps to keep Smiles on the Children in Your Wedding I was a single mama who had the amazing blessing of marrying my own Mr. Wonderful almost two years ago.  Naturally, our children were included in the wedding - the youngest two were the flower girl and ring bearer.  We also had quite a few child guests....more

A DIY Wedding: Choosing Our Wedding Colors

When Van and I were first talking about our wedding, we had the conversation that I'd imagine nearly every couple planning a wedding has... what we each envisioned as the "look" for our wedding. It was then that Van revealed to me that he'd always wanted an orange and purple wedding. That's right, tiger fans, I said orange and purple. It was a time stop moment for me... you know, the ones where you remember when and where you were at the exact moment something happened...We were riding in his Tahoe on Highway 17 in Myrtle Beach after having lunch with my grandparents....more
My day job is as a florist, and I have to say orange always works so well for events!  We did a ...more

Wedding Planning 101: What is my fiancé’s part in all of this?

 Congratulations! You just got engaged! Your fiancé spent countless hours comparing diamonds and settings and finally got the courage to get down on one knee. He was nervous and sweating and happy and excited....more

A Wedding at Sugarloaf Mountain | Sugarloaf Maine Wedding Photographers

Emily and Kurt were married at Sugarloaf on Saturday, September 20, 2014. It was a gorgeous autumn day in the mountains of Maine! Emily was raised nearby to, and skied at Killington, while Kurt grew up nearby in Maine's Carrabassett Valley, in the shadows of Sugarloaf.  Both being avid skiers, this was thus a very fitting location for them to begin their married life.Below, the couple poses against and colorful steel wall with the iconic Sugarloaf logo....more

Picturesque Portsmouth, New Hampshire Engagement Session

New England Engagement Session in Portsmouth, New HampshireWe met Colleen and Chris in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, for their New England engagement session on Saturday, September 27, 2014. These are two of the nicest people you will ever meet, easy, friendly, fun, and they photograph beautifully as you can see from the following photos! They managed to outshine even the fall colors! We'll be photographing their wedding in Nashua, NH, September 12, 2015, and can hardly wait to see them again!...more

Maine Wedding Photography Team Shows What's in Their Camera Bags

Wedding photography team shows what's in their bags on wedding day and why it's all needed.Russell and Liz Caron are a busy professional wedding photography team. An average wedding has them working often up to 10 hours from arrival to departure, and their gear is at the ready the entire time. We've had a lot of interest in talking about what gear we use, why we chose what we did, and how and when it's used. So, let's go ahead a take a look!...more

Fun Boston Engagement Photo Session!

Boston EngagementAudrey and Chris live and work in Boston, and we were really excited to do a Boston engagement session with them! It was a picture perfect fall day, and they graciously chauffeured us around the city once we arrived by Amtrak.Audrey is from Kennebunk, Maine, and Chris is from Scotland. Their wedding will be in Kennebunkport, Maine, August 2015, at the Nonantum Resort, one of our favorite venues in Maine!...more

Professional Photographer vs Professional Wedding Photographer

Is the Professional Photographer Photographing Your Wedding a Professional Wedding Photographer?Every now and again, we hear back from a potential client about how much they love our work and really had wanted to hire us, but they received an offer from a close friend that they could not refuse. The friend, as we're told, "is a 'professional photographer', and wow(!) has offered to do our wedding photography for free!!" How could we say no? One question: are they a professional wedding photographer?...more