We have not been very good in the past about putting up sessions other then our wedding work. We don’t even have a site that has our family portraits and children’s work. We have had a lot of sessions in that last two weeks so I thought I would give you a sneak peak. This is owen, and if you can’t tell from the photo he is about to bolt. He is a fast little bugger.
Landlocked Bride is an awesome blog written by Brit Tucker. She is a fabulous blogger talking about anything weddings, especially in the midwest. She featured one of our images yesterday, and I thought you guys might enjoy her blog as well. Actually I know you will enjoy her blog. There are a lot of wedding blogs out there, but not ones that have as much personality and soul poured into them.
So go check out the landlockedbride you wont regret it
A couple days ago on Facebook Angie opened her iphone ap to a wonderful message from a wedding client. The client was having her second anniversary and left this message with us. I can’t tell you how much that made our day!
Two years ago today, you and Andy took the best wedding photos we could have asked for. Thank you for making our day that much better!
It’s not ten pages long but it say’s a lot and it’s why we do this job. I can’t tell you how cool it is to see our couples growing, starting families and living life. If you are not a friend of ours on facebook, please do we love to talk with you guys. You can become our friend at A&A Photography Facebook
Jared & Brandee met with us about 6 months from their wedding date and they had the most interesting story to tell us about their engagement! Their love story is a unique one where they had known each other, were apart a few years and then one day Brandee made a call that would change both of their lives. Once they reconnected their love was stronger than ever and they started planning their wedding almost right away. Brandee was the make-up artist for a wedding we had done a year or two before and so we were excited to hear from her and talk about her wedding!
We started with an engagement session in Boulder and quickly got to know them both. When we talked about their wedding they had so many ideas and had spent a lot of time making it perfect for them. With an urban theme in mind they picked Mile High Station near downtown Denver for their venue. Before the ceremony the girls got ready at a nearby hotel and after a detour to a local firehouse we headed over to Mile High Station. They had their ceremony there and then after the guests went upstairs for cocktail hour they had the place transformed into a beautiful reception. They hung small candles from the rafters for the ceremony with beautiful flower arrangements at the front. Here is the first set of our favorite pictures from their wedding!