Letting it go....I have been learning that it’s best for me and my sanity to let go of the plans I had for this season of life. It was supposed to be a joyful season full of events and weddings, and now that has all changed. Everyone one of us has a new normal now. Instead of agonizing over changing plans or cancelled plans. There is peace to be found if we accept how things are, and trust that the Lord determines our steps. I am thinking of all the brides out there today that are changing their wedding plans. We are all in this together. Stay well. 💕
Some of you have so kindly asked how you can support my business in this season and there are two ways: 1. Order prints through your online gallery. 2. Schedule a family session for later this year. Thank you so much to all my awesome clients that have already reached out in these ways. 💜
For me today’s silver lining is that the cherry blossoms are in bloom. This time period has been so sad with cancellations and postponements for my brides, watching the news with so many sick, and missing out on many of our normal everyday activities is a big adjustment for all of us. As a photographer we anticipate the spring and the start of events and our busy season; what a change of expectations this has been for me. I am reminded that we are all in this together. Praying that you get a glimpse of joy today, and for those being directly affected by COVID -19.
I took pictures of the cutest little guy today! 💙#waynesborophotographer #waynesboronewbornphotographer
Who is a fan of dresses with pockets?! 🙋♀️ I blogged more of Emily and Kyle’s wedding today. Go check it out!
My favorite images from weddings are often of the bride and groom walking down the aisle right after the ceremony. ❤️ #kingfamilyvineyardswedding #justmarriedfeeling