I have such a soft spot for this couple. Jordan is the kind of girl who fills a room with her laughter and shines a bright beam of light the moment she walks in.
It’s such a privilege to share these boudoir images with you all from a shoot I did with the incredibly talented Luxe Fete at the Versace Mansion. I couldn’t feel luckier to work with so much talent and get to photograph so much beauty.
Hi, there! Every now and then, this incredible “job” of mine takes us on little traveling adventures. We recently went to Puerto Rico for a wedding and took a few extra days to explore that beautiful island. For weeks, we kept going back and forth between staying a few extra days away from the kids or just returning home right away.
I have a three year old. What?! That is just plain crazy and surreal and heart exploding, all in the same breath.
‘m not even sure where to begin with this one other than to say that it was a dream come true. I know, I know. It’s cliche and you’ve heard it a million times, and YES, it really was a pinch me I must be dreaming moment for all of us involved, but for the woman behind the entire design, it was LITERALLY a dream come true.
When I first found out you were a girl, I panicked inside. I knew how to do the trucks and the soccer balls real good and I rather liked it.
Finally sharing this oldie but real goodie with you all. It was one of the more memorable ones I photographed with my good pal, Ozzy Garcia, and it’s stuck with me all this time later. Designed by the dream team at Luxe Fete, this dusty rose and deep Bordeaux color scheme was complimented by a little bit of whimsical, a tad rustic, and a whole lot of pretty.
Yesterday was Mother’s Day and we had a low key celebration at home with my little loves and my mom. Earlier last week, she gave us the scare of our lives.
A few weeks ago, we packed up our bags and hopped on a plane with the kids to visit our family in Georgia. We had such a great week over there, relaxing plenty, exploring the Atlanta area, and doing a little country living too.
There’s something so different about Islamorada weddings. Though only a few hours from home, they always feel so special in a “secluded, destination wedding” kind of way. There’s a different breeze out there, light that is even more magical than normal, and water that surrounds you no matter which way you look.