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The weather has warmed in both Michigan and Florida and we have *hopefully* seen the last of the snow until next winter up north! We've enjoyed getting out with our clients for engagement photos in this more moderate weather. If you have an engagement session included in your package with us -- or if you'd like to add one -- we encourage you do schedule it sooner than later! Not only is it a big piece to check off your list, but it can help you design eye-catching Save the Dates or dress up your wedding website. Take a look at a few of our favorites for inspiration! A few

As a wedding photo & video company, we pride ourselves on staying up to date with the latest technologies and making things simple on our brides by completing the vast majority of our booking and planning processes digitally. However, we have realized recently that our online presence is not as strong as our in-person presence for the local wedding industry! To counter this, we have made a concerted effort over the last year to attend networking events and build relationships with the awesome wedding professionals in the Tampa area. One such event was on April 5th: A meeting put on for local wedding pros by The Association of Bridal

Recently engaged? Congratulations! Having your Engagement Photos taken early is a great way to get ahead of the game on major planning pieces like your wedding website, Save the Dates, and even invitations. Don't shy away from the cooler temperatures of late Winter or early Spring -- you can make the climate work in your favor for your engagement session! Here's a little inspiration from Ashley & Alexander's recent engagement session in Rochester, Michigan -- we can't wait to capture their wedding on September 30th of this year! Details we love: Her manicured nails The wardrobe choices -- most engagement sessions are about an hour, which means that if you bring a coat

Wedding photography, along with videography, is one of the most important aspects of a wedding day. Both photography and videography are meant to capture the emotions, details, and memories of the day. But wedding photography is also meant to produce gorgeous portraits that you can put up in your home, at your desk at work, or include in your photo album for friends & loved ones to "ooh" and "aww" over. Sometimes, the hustle and bustle of a wedding day doesn't allow for the laid-back feel during the photo shoot that can help achieve the most beautiful portraits you'll keep and look at for years and years. On your wedding day, everyone