Thursday, November 29, 2007

Ali and Kyle's wedding

I photographed Ali and Kyle's wedding on November 16th at St. Peter Roman Catholic church and the reception at The Merion in NJ.
Ali is a riot! She laughed all day long and really had a great time. Ali's eyes are to die for! Wow the church was amazing too! It really reminded me of the churches I visited while in Rome. It had great color, ambiance, and lighting. Which really helped since it was a romantic candle lit ceremony. I had never been to the Merion before. It's a massive building that can hold three weddings at once, I think. the floor was shaking above us and the chandelier was bouncing! The staff was extremely helpful and the guests looked like they had a great time.
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Monday, November 26, 2007

Christine and Geoffrey's party

I photographed Christine and Geoff's reception on Nov. 17th at the Sprinfgord Country Club. They actually got married on October 20th at St. Margaret church in Narberth with immediate family only. So they had a reception later to invite friends and hired me for both events. To see some images from their wedding and portrait session click here. The reception was a blast because there were soooo many children there. The dance floor was packed with little rug rats everywhere! They were having so much fun and I think there are more photos of children than adults! Here's a few of my favorites, to see more on my website of the party click here.

Sunday, November 25, 2007

awesome holiday cards

It's not too late to order holiday cards! They are completely different than anything available at a typical photo lab. They are 4 sided and there are 4 different styles to choose from. You get to put in multiple photos from your portrait session or wedding. I am asking the orders be placed by December 10th. Email or call me to get the price list and see all the choices. Here's an example of one below:

Thursday, November 15, 2007

nice words from Kim and family

After Kim and Adam saw their engagement photos she sent me this email below. It always brings a huge smile to my face when clients send me words like these! It makes me so proud of what I do. Thanks Kim for making me smile today!
She wrote:
"Hi Heather-
Awesome photos! I sent out a link to your photo blog earlier this week and I got some responses from friends/ family that I thought you might like to see too...
Thanks again! Can't wait til June :)
Kim & Adam

I LOVE THEM!!!!! I want to see them all when they're in! You are so beautiful! Jenny (matron of honor)

WOW, what a great set of photos, can’t wait to see the rest. The gal with the camera does nice work. Padre (Adam's dad)

Those are awesome!!!!! She is unbelievable - what a great eye and creativity... we can't wait to see the rest! Amber (Kim's sister-in-law)

These are adorable!!! I especially like the ones in front of the fountains. It brought tears to my eyes, just to look at them. Only 7 months to go 'til the BIG EVENT!!! Peggy (Adam's mom)
These pictures are so AMAZING!!!!!! You both look so beautiful and happy!!! What an attractive couple you make! Can't wait to see more! Blair (Adam's sister-in-law)"

Monday, November 12, 2007

Kim and Adam's engagement session

I enjoyed photographing Kim and Adam's engagement session last week. We had one of the last beautiful days I think of the season. Wow, we went all over the place! We started out at one of my favorite spots to walk and climb, the top of some rocks where the tolerance statue looks above the Wissahickon Valley. Also stopped on the Walnut lane bridge which is a great view of the fall foliage. Then they had a clothing change and we headed downtown, stopped in Manayunk first, then along the river on Kelly drive. The fountain was still on in Logan square, and the sun was shinning through the water. Then we ended with sunset along the Water works behind the art museum. Kim and Adam checked out the restaurant for their rehearsal dinner. This couple photographs very cute together and Kim has the greatest green eyes. I can't wait to shoot their wedding next June at the Baldwin School.