If you stopped by my booth at the 2015 Bridal Festival here in Spokane and have landed here, welcome! It was great to meet so many people — my head is still spinning from meeting so many of you!
I had great plans to have a post up early this morning, but it’s taken me most of the day to organize the chaos left over from the wedding show. I’m always so nervous leading up to the show, but once it starts, and I meet so many wonderful, sweet, engaged couples and their families, my nerves just melt away. And then, today, I’m left with the exhaustion. Later this week, I’ll write a bit more about the show, my booth, and my thoughts on 2015 wedding trends, along with posting this beautiful Oregon destination wedding. For now, I have a few things to share.
If you’re new to my photography and want to know more, I suggest you go here first to know more about me, and then here to learn about what my couples spend on wedding photography. Remember, photography is an investment. You’re going to have these photos for many years to come! They’re a lasting reminder of your wedding, so please invest accordingly.
If you’re overwhelmed by wedding planning, I suggest you browse through my Tips for Clients archive, because there is some great advice there. I’ve also amassed a collection of great planning tips on my Pinterest board for Planning a Wedding.
I get asked a lot of questions about how many hours of wedding photography coverage you need, so I wrote a post for Apple Brides on that topic. If you’re not sure about how many hours you’ll need after reading this post, we can go over those details during our consultation. To schedule one, click the contact link above. You’ll find a contact form, plus all my other contact information.
Lastly, I’ll be a featured vendor at the Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute‘s open house next Sunday, January 18th. The event will be 12-4pm and I do believe there will be venue tours, in addition to a selection of their amazing food and a few hand picked vendors. If you’re still looking for a venue and want to chat more about my photography, I highly recommend the event!
Here’s a phone photo sneak peek at my booth, which I posted on Instagram yesterday. If you’re not following me there, you should! I try to post some behind the scenes stuff (and pictures of my cat).