Thank you to all who made Erin and Brian's 10 year wedding anniversary party such a special occasion. I am excited to announce the release of their photo gallery to all guests for viewing and ordering. Please visit my ordering site here. Contact Erin and Brian for the password to access the gallery. Those of you who signed up on my list at the event will be emailed a link and the pass code to enter the gallery yourself. Orders placed within the next 30 days will enjoy 20% off! Please do not hesitate to contact me for any special orders.
A big thank you to Erin and Brian for inviting me to join them for their ten year anniversary celebration! They joyfully entered marital bliss exactly ten years ago at Reflections at the Buttes. What better way to mark a decade of love and happiness than return to where it all began. It was such a privilege to serve you. I hope to be back in another decade! Thank you Sara Jackson for assisting.
Here is a quick peek from last nights extravaganza.
I just love the architecture, stained glass, and ambiance in a church of classical construction. So when my good friend Jen Schrantz asked me to shoot a wedding with her at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Tucson, how could I say no? Jen graciously helped me cut my teeth in the wedding biz and her amazing photography is matched only by her kindness. The festivities continued with a reception at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort just a few minutes away. Thank you, Allison and Joseph, for making our work easy and being such a pleasure to photograph. Here are a few shots I added to the days collection.
I have no financial interest in saying so, but if you're making your own invitations or stationary, I thought I'd pass this along. Joann Fabric and Craft Stores is running a sale on supplies to make your own weddings or special event invitations, programs, etc. Discounts running a whopping 40-50% off! Check it out.
Food for thought: my wife and I made our own invitations those many moons ago when we got hitched. We priced out stationary services and determined that we would have spent about $500 for invitations, programs and thank yous. We wound up rolling our own, so to speak, and spent $200 on supplies. What should not be discounted is the amount of time and ink expensed to undertake such a project. Back in the day, it made sense for us as broke college students. A young couple of working professionals might be better served outsourcing the effort. However, this is definitely an area where costs can be dramatically cut. Far more memories will follow your photos than your stationary from the day, just sayin'!