Welcome

Before we get to the good stuff I just wanted to take a moment and thank you from the bottom of my heart.

That you two have decided to get me on board for one of the most important days in your lives means the world to me. It’s this trust that inspires me every day to create the best work I possibly can.

I know there is a ton of information out there and it can feel overwhelming at times.

This page is meant to give you a little guidance along the way. The advice in here will not only allow for stunning wedding photographs, but it will also ensure that you get to enjoy a relaxed wedding day.

That said, all tips in here are merely suggestions.

Only you two know what feels right and I urge you to follow your intuition. After all, this day is here to celebrate you, your unique personalities and your decision to spend your lives together.

I am so honored that I get to be a part of this amazing chapter of your story.

The Engagement Session

The Engagement Session

“An engagement session is the perfect way to kickstart the relationship with your photographer. It will allow you to get used to being in front of the camera, calm your nerves before the wedding day and is also a ton of fun!
I love to take my couples on extended hikes or other adventures where we can create something beautiful in a relaxed atmosphere. The results are also the perfect addition for wedding invitations and Save the Date cards!
Sounds like something you’d be up for? Great, let’s get to planning!”

Planning a Wedding

The different stages of planning a wedding are exciting, but things can get stressful, too. Trying to realize your own vision and listening to a mountain of (well-intentioned) advice from all sides, whilst simultaneously juggling a budget and figuring out how to plan a wedding day (something you are most likely doing for the first and only time in your life) is, well.... a challenge. But I’ve got your back! Here are a few things to keep in mind when tackling your wedding planning to do list:

Planning a Wedding

The different stages of planning a wedding are exciting, but things can get stressful, too. Trying to realize your own vision and listening to a mountain of (well-intentioned) advice from all sides, whilst simultaneously juggling a budget and figuring out how to plan a wedding day (something you are most likely doing for the first and only time in your life) is, well.... a challenge. But I’ve got your back! Here are a few things to keep in mind when tackling your wedding planning to do list:

1. Celebrate the process

With all these big and small stepping stones approaching your one big day, it’s easy to lose sight of how precious the here and now is. That’s why you should make an effort to celebrate every milestone, every get-together, every rehearsal. Grasp every opportunity to spend quality time with your loved ones. Looking back it will seem like the time just rushed by.

2. You don’t have to do it all on your own

Delegating tasks leaves you with more time to enjoy and focus on the top priorities on your to-do list. Gather a team of awesome people around you and don’t be shy to ask for help if needed. Your friends and family members will be happy to help you.