BOGO ~ Buy One Session, Gift One Free!

 
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Ten years?! That’s a whole decade! And that’s how long photography has been my career. It has never even occurred to me to do anything else. It’s what I’m passionate about and what I love. And fortunately for me, it’s been a successful endeavor. I wouldn’t be able to say that if it wasn’t for my incredible clients; the people who have trusted and believed in me over the years. So to you I say thank you! Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!

I am super excited to show my appreciation throughout this year, 2019, with different promotions, give-aways, contests and more! To get things started, I’m doing a Buy One Gift One sale! This is something I’ve been looking forward to doing and now is the perfect time. I want to see your beautiful faces in front of my camera, and I want to see the beautiful faces of YOUR favorite people too!

So here’s the deal - book a regular session for yourself and I will gift a mini session to the lucky person of your choice! I’ll just need their name and email address so I can give them the good news! It’s as simple as that!

You have from now until April 30th to take advantage of this special. Book your session for anytime this year to qualify!

Buy one session, gift one free session!

CONTACT ME now to get started!

Happy 1/2 year anniversary Mr & Mrs Reed!

I can not believe it’s been 6 months already since Kassidy and Riley tied the knot at Olde St. Anne’s church in Long Grove, Iowa! Happy 6 month anniversary to the newlyweds!

It was an absolutely heartfelt and touching day, full of laughs, happy tears, love and of course…cake! It was an honor to celebrate with them at the start of their marriage and I know the rest of their guests and vendors felt the same way.

I’m excited to share the highlights, some of my personal favorite captures from the Reed wedding 5/5/18!

50th Anniversary Wish

The Groff family is one of the nicest families I've had the pleasure of working with. Celia contacted me to set up a photo shoot for her parent's 50th wedding anniversary. The catch was, everyone would be coming in from different states. So we had fingers crossed, toes crossed, arms and legs crossed, hoping for good weather! It was a little cold but thankfully no rain! 

The happy couple talked about the years they've spent together and that ups and downs are a part of the process. You have to love each other through it all (even if you don't like each other!) Celia told me that she and her siblings were excited to do something special for their parents and asked them what they'd like to do - a trip, a gift, anything at all. She said all they really wanted was to have dinner with her whole family. This tugged at my hearstrings for sure, thinking about how someday my children will be grown and could live far away with families of their own...I imagine that time with them would make me the happiest as well. 

Congratulations again on 50 years!