I have mentioned it before, but I really will do just about anything for my clients and their photos. I often end up lying on the ground during my session to get a unique angle, although as I mentioned to Natasha + Jon during their session, this is really only suggested for wide shots as a straight up the nose angle isn’t flattering for anyone. I can also be seen with mud all over my shoes, dirt on pants, and squatting is something I can do for days thanks to the long stretches of it during wedding ceremonies. But in the case of winter sessions, the dedication to getting the shot is probably best exemplified by the bruises that are currently covering my shins.
When planning a wedding there are certain time frames when it comes to booking vendors. The first is normally the venue itself, then, shortly thereafter, the wedding photographer. And all of this normally about a year before the wedding day. Our current average for booking is about 8 to 9 months before the big day, which gives them lots of time to figure out all the details of their pending nuptials.
Carolyn + Matthew did things a little faster than that.
What happens when you plan a wedding in three months? Tons of gorgeousness, that’s what!
Seriously, the fact that Carolyn + Matthew put together this amazing wedding in just three months is freaking fantastic and oh so impressive. I can’t get over all of the little details they were able to put together for their wedding day to make their day not only beautiful but also full of their personalities.