the first thing i realized about hannah was that she had incredible taste. i almost fell over when i saw her topsy-turvy flower crown – have you ever seen it done on the back like that? the florals were beautiful as always from twisted willow, and i was finally able to work along side pat robinson, whose pretty much the best.
this was a day full of cherry blossoms, disney princess castles, and ultimate frisbee (i’m not kidding). i worked along side jessa of love & light photographs, who was my partner in crime when it came to tugging on the trees for a little bit of falling flower action. we were gentle, promise.
being a year (!) behind on blogging, the next few posts will be towards strictly catching up on beautiful highlight films. they’ve been neglected, and they’re super mad at me.
in 2014, i completely got rid of my DVD products and upgraded to wooden USB flash drives. NO REGRETS. DVDs are unable to show the full HD that my videos are filmed in, and are easily scratched. with a flash drive, you can take those films and put them on an unlimited amount of computers, hard drives, or even put them on your iTunes.
since i’ve been filming less and exporting more lately, it was a good time to refresh their packaging. (and also, i’m just obsessed with packaging.) i was timid to order the wooden boxes in a green wash, but ended up LOVING them once i held them in my hands. they’re sturdy, protective, and…really pretty. i can’t wait to send all these out!
this blog has become pretty barren from the busy wedding season of the summer. between sleep and awake has been filming lots and lots, which (good news) also means there are a lot of highlight films to share.
i’m looking forward to the fall months when i can spend more time with my husband, catch up on editing, and most of all…disney world! cannot. contain. excitement.
for the next week or so i’ll be updating the blog with the most recent highlight films, starting with andrea & drew. they were married with the most perfect weather at the mallard island yacht club on long beach island, new jersey. i loved the personal touches they included; andrea was gifted an awesome photo book from her bridesmaids, and each of their parents were remembered throughout the day.
andrea and her sisters spent a lot of time sea-shelling with their father, who is no longer with them. as a nod to him, they took those same seashells and tied them to their bouquets. the sweetest idea.