Not that anyone asked us, but Bob and I are more than willing to dole out a little wedding day advice to our couples.View full post »
Some weddings have a little bit of everything. You just never know what those things are or are going to be.
ForView full post »
I’ll be the first to admit that email doesn’t exactly excite me. Our inbox is often flooded with promotionsView full post »
Sometimes I wonder if people can still surprise me. I wonder if the couples we meet and photograph can stillView full post »
“The only way the weather can affect your wedding is if you let weather affect your wedding.”
I just cameView full post »
I was standing on a bit of a hill at Shawnee Inn and Resort. It was behind two cottages where Sarah and Paul wereView full post »
It’s always nice to do photos for family. OK, the Scritchfield clan isn’t exactly family – like byView full post »
When I first sat down with Nicole to talk about her wedding, she kind of offhandedly mentioned that her husband-to-beView full post »
It’s hard to say what I loved most about Carolyn and Ryan’s wedding. It could have been the staggeringlyView full post »
Most of our clients are new friends. They are couples we are building relationships with that we hope will last forView full post »
I probably spend more time in salons than most guys you know. In fact, I can guarantee it. Except for the guys who likeView full post »
Maybe this will be a weird post and maybe it won’t, but it’s a good time of year to talk about how to pickView full post »
There is a quasi-tradition for couples about to get married. I say quasi because I think it used to be the norm but hasView full post »
I have one rule. One. That’s it.
Never, ever, ever touch the wedding cake. If at all possible don’t even goView full post »
Hey everybody, Bob and I wanted the take some time and write about a important shift in our business or at least how weView full post »
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