It has been a hot minute since I blogged! But now that the winter snow has melted, I'm thinking more and more about this coming wedding season, and I realized that I still hadn't shared my final wedding of the 2020 season. Better late than never?
Man, what a weird year 2020 was. 90% of my wedding bookings cancelled or postponed. But you know something? That only made the few weddings that went ahead all the more special. Tanis and Ryan's wedding was one such event.
This adventure loving couple tied the knot at the top of a mountain in Kimberley BC, at the stunning Kimberley Alpine Resort. How many folks can say that their wedding day transportation included a ski chair lift?
One of my very favourite things to photograph are couples who are expecting their first child. There is just something so magical about that chapter of life! I can't help but think back to when I was pregnant with my first son-- the sense of excitement, and wonder, and nervousness was palpable. It's truly a time like no other.
Which is why I am so thrilled to offer a Belly & Baby package to Kootenay Families. This package covers your Maternity Photography Session, as well as your Newborn Photography Session. Maternity sessions can be done outdoors or in your home. And newborn sessions are most typically done in the client home (where baby is surrounded by familiar sights and sounds and the temperature is regulated)
Being able to capture both your Maternity milestone, and then follow that up with the Newborn Session helps me tell the entire story of this exciting chapter of your lives.
Want more information on the the Belly & Baby Bundle? Check out my website! Don't forget to stay tuned for photos from Jasmine and Ember's newborn session.
Spoiler alert-- the baby is really, REALLY stinkin' cute.
This session was a dream.
3 bold, outgoing, fun loving girls. Two laid back & engaged parents. The perfect fall evening. Fantastic styling choices.... I am still swooning!
Parents. When you attend a Wanderlust session, be just like this Mom & Dad. Is your youngest being a bit of a wacko? Embrace it. Did you oldest just fall and scuff her knee? Take an opportunity to hold her gently and kiss her forehead. Is the wind in your hair? GREAT! Wear your most comfortable shoes and be prepared to have fun and get a bit silly.
And most importantly, don't arrive to a session with a plan in your head about how it's going to go. I used to try to do that as a photographer, and quickly learned that every session will unfold in its own unique way-- we are all just along for the ride.