Have you heard how much I LOVE homecomings?! I’ll admit it I absolutely love photographing them and they are all so special. Like I’ve said before maybe it’s because I’m a sucker for happy moments, I mean who isn’t right?, or maybe I just love hearing all the stories and how strong the Wives and Families of the soldiers are. Either way…they are absolutely beautiful and I’m beyond thrilled to be able to capture them. 🙂
This homecoming was slightly different..instead of the HUGE homecomings that I had been used to this one was small and intimate. It was so nice that there was only a handful or two of people there so everyone family could line up along the rope to see their loved one and there was plenty of space to move around so you could stand be wherever you wanted to be.
V’s homecoming was awesome and she was beyond thrilled to have her husband home and him get to see his son. Speaking of he’s adorable… 🙂 and his little onesie was too cute. She was so excited and Dad has such a look of pride on his face!!! Enjoy!
You guys have such a beautiful family! Thank you so much for letting me photograph such a special day! 🙂
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This couple is awesome and they were such a blast to photograph. So I’ll admit I was a little intimidated at first…I mean photographing your Best Friend and her Husband is one thing, but photographing your Best Friend’s parents…(add in the mix of an awesome audience too)..one could understand right? And they are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary!! Woah, 25 years..I can’t wait till my Husband and I get there some day! I think you can tell just how in love they really truly are and it’s so wonderful to be able to capture that. Thank you guys so much!! Enjoy! 🙂
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This is one of my favorite couples! 🙂 I absolutely love photographing my best friends! It’s a blast seeing their lives change and some day I can’t wait to photograph all your little ones. (*Yes, I will fly back to IL for this*) Until then…I’m so glad that I got to spend an awesome day with the two of you! You guys are adorable and you can tell how in love you guys are. I know it’s a few months early…but Happy 3 year Anniversary! (I seriously, can’t believe it’s almost been three years.) Enjoy you too!
I hope Jeremy LOVES the Camo and Guns! 🙂 I think they turned out pretty awesome!!
I have this feeling that Homecomings are never going to get old! 🙂 Maybe it’s because like I said in the previous post I’m a hopeless romantic and a sucker for happy moments! Kelsey had contacted me a bit before her Husband was scheduled to arrive home. From the moment that she had contacted me her emails were filled with excitement. I knew this homecoming was going to be amazing because Kelsey is one full of life girl. She was beyond thrilled to have her Husband home again (I think you can see it all over her face 🙂 ) and best of all he was coming in the day before her Birthday. Let’s talk about one Birthday present that I don’t know if it could ever be topped. Kelsey you and your Husband are absolutely adorable together and I wish you both all the best! Thanks for allowing me to photograph this special event in your lives! 🙂
I was beyond blessed to be able to photograph this homecoming and it was such an amazing experience. Rachael and I had gotten in touch a few days before the ceremony and her Husband was scheduled to come home from deployment. It was wonderful meeting her and being able to hang out before the guys flew in. I could tell that Rachael was extremely excited an anxious to have her Husband back. Just a few hours earlier it was storming, but it stopped just in time that everyone could wait outside as the guys disembarked the plane which made for the most perfect sunset. I had an absolute blast and am so happy that I was able to capture such a special time for them. I wish you all the best :).
Aren’t sure? Well, lets talk about it. Let’s think when the last time was that you had a professional photographer photograph your beautiful family, your children, or you and your husband. It has probably been quite some time by now. Am I right? I know that everyone is busy and sometimes our Husbands (I’ll agree, I think my Husband would too 🙂 ) are not really the ones for being photographed, but honestly photographs document a point in time and you will cherish those beautiful portraits forever. When is a better time than now to book that session? Time most certainly gets away from us. So why not? You have nothing to lose only beautiful professional portraits to treasure. 🙂
Anyone notice besides me that the blog got a new look? Let me know what you think of it. 🙂
If you missed my last post, Pink Vintage has relocated to EL PASO, TX. My Husband, Nathan, and I are enjoying ourselves and the nice HOT, I do mean HOT, weather. On the plus side I have seen rain once since I moved here not including the storm we ran into on the drive down. Let’s just say that driving through a sand storm is NOT the same as driving through fog.
Anyways, I’ve realized that I have missed updating facebook and my blog in a long time and there are some awesome sessions I haven’t posted so hold tight they will be coming. I promise.
I will be scheduling sessions and have a day of mini sessions planned for August 1-8 in Mt. Carmel, IL. I will post details and exact dates when those are determined. If you are interested please contact me and let me know. There will be limited availability.
Here’s a little something until I post the full session…This family is WONDERFUL and I was excited to photograph
such a loving family. *full session will be posted later*
So what has been new with Pink Vintage? Lots of things. Starting with Pink Vintage has moved to El Paso, Tx. I will be scheduling sessions in Mt. Carmel, IL when I am home visiting. I will be home in August for a wedding and scheduling a few sessions then.
I recently got married April 14 to the most amazing man! I am thrilled and excited to see all the adventures life has to offer us. I will post a few of our wedding pictures later so be on the look out for that.
I may or may not be slightly obsessed with pinterest. To say the least my wedding had quite a few pinterest inspired projects! You may be also, so you may want to check it out:
Pink Vintage has upgraded…to a brand new website. I am still in the process of updating and loading more portraits to it, so please be patient and check back for updates. Your session may be featured on it! 🙂
As I’ve been researching save the dates I’ve noticed that some blogs and people will say that they are very important key in wedding planning and the invitation process. I feel like more than ever though everyones save the dates look the same. Just a simple picture and the details. Let’s think, what can we do to make them really stand out. This has been the question I’ve been asking myself, so designing my save the dates has been an interesting task. 🙂 My feeling is why not step outside the typical save the date box and do something that really expresses you and your Fiance as a couple?! I do think that Save the Dates can be a great and you can incorporate your engagement session. While looking up fabulous ideas I came across a blog post that has A LOT and I mean A LOT of ideas. Keep in mind your photographer would probably LOVE you lots if you wanted something creative, or I would! hehe.
Hello, Kansas City, Mo!!! Woot woot!! Let’s just say I’ve been itching to see Kansas City for some time now. And thanks to Evan and Beth my dreams finally came true,haha. You see Evan is living out in Kansas City and Beth is in Cincinnati and after their engagement session being rescheduled 2 times I decided I needed to just come to Kansas City to finish up their outdoor pictures. Anyways, the locations were awesome and as always Evan and Beth were a blast to work with. They were up for anything and of course the shoot wouldn’t have been successful if we wouldn’t have gotten to told to stay off and away from the Sculpture as the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum (home of the awesome more than life sized shuttle cocks). Anyways, you can check out their indoor studio session here: