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guess who’s album came in today…

The album process is really a team effort. It is really important to me that the couple really loves and has final approval over an album design before it goes to print. The images inside are my work, but really it is the couple that will share this book with their kids & grand-kids. For that reason some times an album can take a few months to finalize. April & Brian got married back in warm sunny July. It was a stunning day at the Camas Meadows Country Club. Their wedding was filled with love, emotion, great friends and a tight-knit family. I had an amazing time capturing their day, and even more fun reliving it through the album design process. I am so proud of the resulting book. It came in today and looks amazing! I almost don’t want to give it up. ;) But of course today it will go to the post office and on to the happy couple. April & Brian thanks again for having me out to capture your day. It really was my pleasure to point my camera at you! I have loved working with you two, and wish you all the happiness in the wold.

 

xo em

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Another album I love

Jaime & Datton had one of the most amazing wedding events I have ever had the pleasure of capturing. And yes I say event, because it was not one day, but THREE. Starting with a beautiful private ceremony you can see here, followed by a traditional Vietnamese ceremony you can see here, and then ending with a super fun reception you can see here. I had an amazing time working with these two, and I loved reliving it via the album process.

Here it is!

I finalized it this week for print and thought I should share. I am so excited to see it in print, there is something about holding an album I just adore. :)

xo em

PS I am still offering my spring wedding special! If you know anyone getting married this spring have them call or email asap to get a lovely discount!

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