Why do you see yourself as being Modern, Vintage, Classic, or Eclectic?
I guess it would be hard to classify us as one type of look, we love shooting in natural light and capturing that bright, romantic and airy feel, but we also love to add a feeling to our photos that we hope will bring the couple back to the moment that we captured for them. Whether it's through light, angles or lenses, when we get that feeling, we feel we've done our job.
What is your favorite wedding detail you've ever seen or created?
One of my brides had hand made her bouquet totally out of vintage brooches, it was stunning! I loved that each brooch had a story, where it was from, how it was found and there was true meaning behind it.
What is your favorite store or brand?
Favorite store hands down Anthropolgie, if I could move in there I would be in heaven. I also love West Elm, they have the best displays ever.
What advice do you have for a newly engaged bride?
Slow down, even just for a bit. This day has a way of sneaking up on you and sneaking right past you. This is the most memorable day of your life, everything will fall into place, enjoy your family, friends and most of all your new husband.
What is your favorite thing about weddings?
I am slightly obsessed with the details & I love when the groom sees the bride for the first time (love when couples do a first look by the way).
What qualities do you possess that enable you to work well with brides and grooms?
We approach everyone like they are friends. We have a real, honest desire to learn the stories that have brought you to this point. We pride ourselves on walking away from this day not as vendor but as someone that you would hangout with when it's all said and done.
What steps do you take to ensure that your clients will have amazing wedding days when working with you?
We listen. This is something that can't be overlooked. You have planned your day for months and if we didn't organize, pay attention to your vision and try to relay your vision through our images, we would not be where we are today.