When Briana first reached out to us about the possibility of Adam and I being their wedding photographers, I was over the moon. Through social media I had seen that they'd gotten engaged and wanted to reach out, but decided not to be a creeper (it was a close call).
Oh the silly voices and schenanigans that went on with this sweet family. While I'm not ashamed of it, I am glad that not everyone gets to see the lengths I'll go to in order to get a child to smile. It's straight up ridiculous. Thankfully Ami and Doug helped A TON (and didn't judge!).
Thanks to stuffed elephants, kissy noises and acting like a goober, we got some adorable shots of little CeCe. Not to mention great shots of this special little family. But truly, even when she's not smiling, cares nothing about the camera or the goofing around, she's still just as precious. A huge thank you to Ami and Doug for being flexible with their schedule so we could get together. I cannot wait to see the beautiful human that CeCe turns into because of your amazing parenting. XOXO.
As I sat next to Brooke in a tiny coffee shop listening to her and Richard's story, I knew I wanted them to choose us to document their wedding. Brooke has a way of lighting up a room with not only her smile, but the glow that leaks out of her eyes. But when she talks about Richard it goes to an entirely new level.
When you first see the way Cheyanne and Tanner interact, there's an interesting dynamic. On the one hand, it kind of seems like it may be a new relationship. "Young Love" or something similar. The googley eyed way they look at each other. An infatuation that is untouched by the reality of day to day life.
Amid over cast skies and a light drizzle, Adam and I drove up north to the beautiful setting that is Fort Worden in Port Townsend, Washington. We talked about our plan in the event that everything had to be indoors...