So one thing has been made abundantly clear over the last couple years — you guys love our Behind the Scenes (BTS) photos! And you know what, I am really starting to like them too. I am still pretty nervous and apprehensive about posting due to my self-conscious nature, but I really do think these are fun and funny, to put together.
One year ago today I was working my very last day as an Environmental Engineer. It was at a job I had worked so hard for after finishing university and one that I was pretty darn good at, if I do say so myself (which I have to right now since I am the one writing this). But after years of disappointment and unhappiness, I realized it was time to move on and follow my dreams (and my heart).
(quick little side note/warning: this post is long and full of inspirational quotes because I couldn’t make it shorter nor could I think of more appropriate images)
Another off-season month means another wedding show. This time we were able to participate in the Love, Handmade Wedding Show, which is a little different than other shows since it is held at night, is licensed, has a signature cocktail and held in a very unique venue.
We were a part of so many shows last year and to be honest, it was too many. We were so worn out by the end and we also weren’t able to take full advantage of them as we found that we were turning away most of the interested couples based on not being available for their wedding date.
So this year, we decided to cut back on the number of shows we did – big time. In the end, we are only doing a couple shows this year and we have tried to pick ones that are pretty different from each other. Our first show was the always fantastic Tie the Knot Wedding Show just this past weekend and I am so glad we kept it on our list.
Last month I mentioned our very first publications and it was awesome! I have been spending quite a while submitting even more sessions to blogs and magazines in the hopes of sharing the beauty of my couples’ days with even more people. It has been a lot of work and is teaching me to get used to being told that my work wasn’t quite right, or that I was just a little too late as another similar session was already planned. But the few I have been told yes for made it all worth it (and a little tougher skin is probably a good thing in this business).
Seeing my work published has been a dream come true and apparently that dream is still going as we have been published in yet another magazine and more wedding blogs!!