Get your Kleenex box out, 'cause you're gonna need it.
What a total and complete privilege to be a part of this project. This story is so touching and beautiful. I'm embarrassed to say that I have been on the fence in the past about being an organ donor. This experience has converted my thoughts on that forever.
What a fun day filming this sweet little family. I didn't even mind when they locked their keys in the car and had to have the police come and open it for them. We's just chillin' waitin' on the po po. Love Mimi and John. For life.
Also love this outrageously beautiful song by little miss Mindy Gledhill. Lovely girl. Lovely song.
Enjoy! And be an organ donor for crying out loud!!
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
I had no idea I came away from this reception with such amazing footage. I can't take credit for that. Angie did an amazing job with the details and their bridal party was too cool for me to even breath. I have such a crush on one of the guitarists. Don't tell him that. My favorite part? They couldn't find the knife to cut the cake so they improvised and used a candy scoop. I have never seen a cake cut so quickly and efficiently. Most couples battle for a good 2 or 3 minutes to get a piece of cake to work with that ends up looking like a massacred lump of crumbs. Not the case with the candy scoop as you will see. I think everyone should follow suit. And then there is the song. Lust for this song. I love love love when couples let me choose the music because THIS IS THE RESULT! This song is the definition of perfection for this event. Yes. Yes.
Monday, November 21, 2011
These two have the best story! Literally love it. And the way they tell it is so so darling. You'll laugh. You'll cry. And if you don't, I'm sorry to inform you, you don't have a heart. And then there's the end...wait for it. Best groom speech of all time award goes to Thomas Danger Osmond. Lovely. Most darling/infectious laugh award goes to Miss Aubrey Dawn Ballows. Hands DOWN! Love these two. It's bordering inappropriate.
Thursday, November 10, 2011
I. Love. This. Couple. Little more needs to be said in regards to these two. We are a match made in heaven. We share views on love, life, and construction. Plus they are both so so cute! Good looking, no? What shenanigans will I get into next. At one point during the shoot I had to ride on the back of Thomas' bike. I spent the entire experience in terror, fearing for my life while my nose ran off my face. Suuuper attractive. We seriously had a total blast. This is when I love my job the most. I'm wetting my pants in anticipation for their wedding later this month. Not literally. That's gross. Enjoy!