• 2009-10-20T11:00:00Z Victoria with Roses

    By our guest books, photographs in a variety of frames displayed the weddings of our grandparents and great-grandparents. Nearby, vintage bridal magazines purchased on Ebay....

  • 2012-05-04T12:12:07Z Always A Blogsmaid

    So, its’ been well documented here how much we just LOVE Heather Waraksa and her work. But Heather is not just a photographer, she is a true artist, in the best sense of the word. She pushes herself, is creative in every aspect of her life, has an open and sensitive heart and very high standards. She’s an outstanding photographer. So, when she and Jonathan got engaged, after we asked what we could do to help, we of course asked “Who are you going to have shoot it?” Not surprisingly, she chose the incomparable Angelica Glass, just named to American Photo...

  • 2010-10-04T22:58:00Z Chocolate Brides

    If you’re not familiar with Ayesha of Bedazzled Photography, please….allow me! She’s an incredibly talented photographer from New York, who we have been e-stalking for quite some time. And then there’s Elton Anderson. We’ve been in love with him for…...

  • 2011-03-14T16:21:12Z Grey Likes Weddings

    Hey Photographers!!! Are you signed up for our mailing list yet? Our big announcement takes place this Thursday. I’m going to be live on [b]School to make the announcement, but we’ll get you the memo earlier in the day if you are on our list. You’re gonna want to know early, I promise! Be sure to sign up! Image above shot by Alissa Ferullo. Flowers by Lauryl Lane. Styled by Summer Watkins....

  • 2010-05-25T17:45:00Z Bride Goggles

    Lights, color, action - this Los Angeles engagement shoot of this super fun couple is captured beautifully. {all images via Furious Photographers}...

  • 2010-07-15T02:00:00Z Victoria with Roses

    Favor Idea: Give all your guests an artistic photo that you took yourself, like a unique architectural element of the venue, or a close-up of a flower you used....

  • 2009-10-15T11:17:00Z Junebug Weddings

    Recent favorite photos of photographers, by photographers, from our Art Director KimThe Artists: Elizabeth Messina, Jeff Newsom, Huy Nguyen, John and Joseph Photography, Sean Flanigan, One Thousand Words PhotographyThe Adoration: The inspiration for this post came after the incredible Elizabeth Messina photographed Adam and I for our 6 year anniversary in France last month. It was so much fun to be on the other side of the camera, and so inspiring to see how another photographer sees us! I always love images of photographers themselves because they are typically creative and out of the box, a...

  • 2008-06-25T19:47:37Z The Bride and Groom Blog

    After the last guest has left and the last flower wilted (or preserved), what will you be left with? Memories of your special day. When it comes to protecting those memories, hiring the right wedding photographer will make all the difference. Time to splurge Many brides may be concerned with their budget, but when it comes to hiring a photographer, this is one area of your budget where you shouldn’t skimp. Unless your cousin Jim or sister Katie is a professional photographer, stick with hiring a pro and you won’t regret it. What should I look for in a wedding photographer? Look for a photo...

  • 2011-03-04T04:33:49Z Andre Winfrye Events

    Aside from it’s physical properties, a photograph is a record in time, no matter what the subject is. It is a still image of a moving world, and it is visual proof of a certain moment or occurrence. A photograph is a record of the world as it unfolds before us, and it serves as a slice of time stopped along a continuous timeline. Photographs can be evidence that something has occurred, however they are also subject to the visual interpretation of the photographer. After all, the photographer decides where to point the camera, and what to or not to include in the photograph. It is the reality...

  • 2010-05-28T21:07:22Z Big Fat Cake Blog

    <question> Every photographer I’ve talked to is very expensive. How can I find a cheap photographer, but someone good? </question> Yes, I agree that photography tends to be on the pricey side, but in my opinion, I would pay good money for an awesome photographer. Those photos will stay with you forever so it’s important to pick someone you really trust. Negotiate with the photographer. If he/she wont’ come down in price, try adding something to the package that would make it worthwhile to you. For instance, if paying $4,000 sounds like too much to you, then ask for engagemen...