through my natural style of storytelling, my couples say they're able to relive the emotions and memories as they look back at their photos. I try to provide an enjoyable experience where you can truly be yourself. I'm here for the real stuff; the quirkiness; the giggles; the butt grabs; going to your fav place for photos; etc.
Her communication and kindness were so great throughout our entire wedding process. From the engagement pictures to bridal portraits, to our actual wedding day, Sydney was
& such a fantastic person to work with
I'm not just a "wedding vendor", but kind of a friend. So, let's be friends
A few tips to help make your wedding photos great:
choose a venue with white walls and tons of natural light. Large windows are ideal. This will give you clean, elegant indoor photos. avoid orange tinted wooden walls, as they will cast that particular color onto everything.
if you're getting married inside a church, understand that your photographer will be subject to whatever indoor lighting your church sanctuary has.
outdoor photos will give you more natural, dreamy light, so i encourage many outdoor photos on your wedding day.
keep your bridal suite + groom suite getting ready areas clean! clutter doesn't look good in photos. once you're finished with hair + makeup, have your wedding party tidy up all clothing pieces, gadgets, bags & shoes, and trash! This way, your space is nice for cute matching robe shots and other getting ready moments.
invest in a florist. Flowers seriously elevate your photos!
twinkle/fairy lights look great in evening photos. clusters of Candles look nice, so if you have a low floral budget, invest in candles on your tables.
bonus tip: if you think sparklers are overrated, too expensive, or not allowed at your venue, try l.e.d. balloons that your guests can hold; found on amazon.