I have been spoiled with the most incredible circle of friends – Sarah Jane (SJ) and Zach are part of my bubble, and they’re just the best people. SJ has dreamed her whole life of owning a horse…and she made that dream come true (all while working her tail off in PA school – get […]

I love weddings of all sizes and styles…but my heart beats just a little bit faster for intentional, heartfelt elopements. There’s just something about an intimate wedding that makes so much sense to me. Much less fuss, much more focus on what really matters: connection. Shanna and Caitlyn eloped at The Vintage Rail, a super […]

I love a courthouse wedding – and I always have, long before COVID made it almost necessary. Choosing to get married at the courthouse is great for so many reasons.  — You can keep costs low, since you aren’t tempted to rent and decorate a room with Pinterest projects you’ll inevitably spend hundreds on (and […]

You know the feeling when you’re starving, and you see your food coming at the restaurant? You go full on heart-eyes, your heart skips a couple beats, and you’re slipping into a state of bliss? I had that exact feeling when I walked into Hotel Crescent Court, seeing the entire mood this styled shoot was […]

groom on left side and bride on right side holding hands, laughing together, with golden hour sunlight behind them

When COVID hit, my heart broke for a million reasons – like all of ours did. The pandemic has taken so, so much from us all, and while I mourned the losses we all faced, I also mourned alongside my clients for their wedding plans that just went down the drain. I feel it’s fair […]

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