Of the perfectly planned details at Katie + Billy’s day, the watercolor ombre might be my favorite. It appeared most notably in the place cards that were carefully set in to pieces of driftwood collected from the beach Billy proposed at. It also was in some of the pillows that created outdoor seating areas on the lawn of the Frog Pond B+B, the site of the wedding reception. It’s no surprise that each detail was thought through, Katie being a talented interior designer and Pratt alum.
In my opinion the details help tell the story of a wedding day. So, in addition to documenting the moments that unfold and all the emotions that are present, I look for the little things. This is not important to every photographer and it’s not important to every bride. It has become a defining factor of posts here not because it’s the only thing I photograph, but because the story I tell on this blog is usually one that centers around the couple: what did they include in the day, how did they feel and what was it like to be there? I try to choose photos that you would connect with, as a reader, whether you know the couple or not.
If you are interested in working together I invite you to get in touch and I’d love to share a full wedding gallery with you. I can’t wait to share a full post about Katie + Billy’s day, but you’ll have to be patient to see that. In addition to working on submitting it to be featured, I have decided to space out some of the wedding posts so that they get the time and attention they deserve. So stay tuned + and if you have any thoughts to share about photographing details or seeing them documented as a part of a wedding day leave a comment below!