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I’ve had an amazing weekend in Indiana, in my hometown, getting to shoot the beautiful wedding of my childhood friend Katie and her now-husband, Chance, and I just HAD to bring you a little preview today. More of this loveliness will be coming in the near future, but I hope you enjoyed this little peek. […]

  • Jim Earnest - Beautiful photos.ReplyCancel

  • amy donahue - love the toms. and how you consistently capture the personality of each one photographed. another perfect set of pictures.
    last night a friend was looking through our wedding album and commenting on how gorgeous and vivid our photos were. thanks to you! :)ReplyCancel

  • Michelle B. Rowden - I love the photo where in the bride smiles up to her father… It is a one very lovely scene on the a wedding day.ReplyCancel

So, my husband and I have been talking about a few of the popular songs on the radio, lately, and how catchy (even if annoyingly so) they are. There are always a few in the top 40 that I’m totally fine to admit I actually like (such as We Are Young by Fun, or Payphone by […]

  • Courtney Reese - can’t believe I’m even admitting this, but I’ve been listening to Justin Biebers new cd this morning…I feel like I’m 13 :)ReplyCancel

  • Bradley Roy - Call Me, Maybe and What Makes You Beautiful are right up there on my guilty pleasure list.

    But a musical based on all those songs would be amazing, like fast food. It would taste delicious, but you’d try and hide the wrappers after you were done. ;-)ReplyCancel

  • Ashley@AttemptsAtDomestication - Hahaha! I better not be Jesse’s girl/Stacy’s mom! I’m really going to fight Jesse on that one!

    I’d probably seen this though lol!ReplyCancel

  • Katie Nesbitt - HAHA!! I totally had the same thought about making a musical out of a bunch of popular songs. Also, I have a love/hate relationship with Call Me Maybe…I hate how catchy it is and how it keeps getting stuck in my head all day, but I love how fun it is and how easy it is to make fun of it:0ReplyCancel

  • Allix B. - This POST is epic!!! I laughed and laughed as you mentioned more and more songs. I loooove all of them actually. Payphone {Maroon 5 period} is the bomb, We are Young/Call Me Maybe/What Makes You Beautiful just beg to be turned up to the max when Pandora decides to feature them and Jesse’s Girl and Stacey’s Mom are oooold favorites of mine. I just plain dig this post. :)

    P.S. Speaking of Call Me Maybe…Check this out ;) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIoPVhwhxdgReplyCancel

  • sarah danaher - I had “What Makes You Beautiful” stuck in my head tonight (I love that song), and LOOOOVE “We Are Young.” Of course, “Somebody That I Used to Know” is WAY overplayed, but I love it anyway. The ones that I’m most afraid to admit: “Driveby” (I just love Train), “Wild Ones,” “Forget You” (yes… really. can’t hear it too much). And I’m in love with Jason Mraz’ “I Wont’ Give Up.”ReplyCancel

  • Chelsea - Fearless – Taylor Swift
    Where the green grass grows – Tim McGraw
    When I look at you – Miley CyrusReplyCancel

  • Janelle - oh my gosh. PLEASE sign.me.upReplyCancel

  • Laura - Hahaha, that is BRILLIANT! Can’t wait to see it on Broadway :)ReplyCancel

This is another one of my favorite outfits to date. I love the slight edgy feel that the black/gold & cut-off short aspects add, but the feminine touch of the sheer shirt. It’s easy and casual, but still feels current and modern. (Inspiration photo source. All other photos taken by Lauryn Galloway, edited by me.) […]

This weekend I drove up to Clarksburg, MD and had the privilege of shooting the altogether lovely wedding of Katie & Andrew. The whole event was held at Katie’s home and it couldn’t have been more perfect. Here’s a little preview…. Full post to come later…. :) HAPPY MONDAY!

It’s coming a little late, but today I’m finally sharing another one of my FAVORITE weddings from last fall. You may remember Nick & Ashley from their awesome vintage/bohemian engagement session, and I’m pretty sure you’re going to LOVE seeing their colorful farm wedding that was on the property of a family friend in Powhatan. […]