October is always one of our busiest months – this year with 6 weddings, a number of engagement sessions, and some senior and family portraits with the fall foliage. Dang, it’s been cold outside this fall!
While we have a number of weddings scattered throughout the winter, the height of wedding season is winding down at the end of the month. It’s time for us to catch up on some album designs from the fall, attend some educational programs and our national convention in Las Vegas, and just take some time to reconnect with the family.
It’s been a fantastic year and Barb and I want to thank everyone for allowing us to share in the beginning of your new life together. This is a time of your life that you’ll never forget. Most weekends, we find ourselves at The Museum, The Omni, The Westin, but I also photograph weddings where I know we’re a substantial portion of the wedding budget, for which I am truly honored.
Ok, we’re a little biased, but after Katrina I started to look around the house to see what I would grab if faced with a catastrophe like Katrina. We sure have accumulated a lot of junk. Like most of the victims of the hurricane, I think the first thing I would grab is our memories – our pictures.
So, with this post in mind, Barb and took out our wedding photographs this morning. We hadn’t looked at them for a while and it just brought back a flood of memories and maybe a little wish to turn back the clock a few years. So many – well most of our parent’s friends who were an important part of our life are gone. My Dad and Barb’s Dad and Step Father are no longer with us.
I didn’t want this to get so “heavy”, but I thought you might get a kick out of checking out some of our wedding pictures, which we pulled from the plastic pages of our “big” 15 image 8×10 wedding album. It would be polite to say that our wedding photographs left a little to be desired.