Hawkeye fans live and die by their football, so when baby "N" entered the world 2 weeks ago, Mom and Dad brought him home to his first "Man Cave"! If he wasn't a Hawkeye fan in the hospital, he is one now! The bright yellow and bold black were in every touch of the nursery and Mom and Dad were glowing over little "N". He was awake for the first part of the session, not really sure what we were doing, but finally crashed at the end and let us pose him a little more! Enjoy!
Friday, September 30, 2011
Thursday, September 22, 2011
I have been meaning to get this post up all week, so without anymore waiting her is Miss "B". She has spiky red hair and is very curious. She would just sit there and try to focus on what the movements were in the room, and sometimes her eyes would cross because she was focusing so hard! But she like sitting in the bouncer or mommy's arms more than posing for us. I will stop writing and Enjoy!
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
I met this great couple down by the Stone Arch Bridge and we explored the shaded nooks for photos. They told me all about their 'Old Hollywood' wedding this spring and I was excited and eating up all the details. I am looking forward to the elegant drama that this night wedding will bring! Enjoy!
I found this nook before they got there, I like it is a new favorite!
Morning light is AWESOME!
Friday, September 9, 2011
When you think of a Wedding today, it can mean many different things and the day can be styled or themed so many ways. Nick and Nicole's wedding was elegant, traditional and a BIG party to celebrate the day. Nicole was her bubbly happy self and gleaming from ear to ear. Pictures started in Riverside park with perfect light and a cool breeze. The bride and groom decided not to see each other before the ceremony, tricky when they are at the same hotel! After the ceremony, a walking tour of their old stomping grounds and off to a lovely party. Nicole invited a girls choir from her work to sing during happy hour. Touches like this made the day special and memorable. The speeches were filled with happy laughter filled tears, stories of rat tails and poem that mentioned a "blue lipped hippie"! The dance rocked it with a live band, Studebaker 7, that played all the '60s and '70s classic rock songs! Enjoy!