I have heard it said that this will be the most photographed, but least documented generation. It’s funny to think about, since we all have camera phones with in arms reach of us, at all hours of the day and night.  We snap photos of just about everything, and yet most of them stay trapped on a device, and never get seen, enjoyed, or preserved. You’ll never value a picture as much on the day you take it, as you will  ten, twenty, or fifty years from now. Even after we are gone, our photographs transcend time by giving a visual history of who we were, to share with future generations we will never meet.

It’s easy to take photography for granted when it is everywhere, and people are always snapping away, but are you creating anything tangible to leave behind? What about when the phone dies, or the computer crashes, are your images safe? (For more tips on backing up and organizing photos, check out this past blog post, here). As a photographer, a mother, a friend, I want to encourage you to do something with all those photos you’ve taken. Maybe not ALL of them, but the special ones, the ones that capture who you are, and the love you share. Whether it is professional images, i phone shots, or anything in between, the ones that matter, let them be seen and enjoyed! Here are some tips, for ideas of what to do with all those images.

Come up with a print schedule

Once every other month, or once a quarter, even if it’s just once or twice a year, make a point of setting aside time to order prints of your digital files. Then have a few frames you switch out prints on every time you place an order.

Quick and easy options

Subscription services like Chatbooks are great because they automate the printing process. For every 60 photos you upload to your Instagram feed, a book is printed, and shipped to you. For just $8 a book, which includes shipping. You can now also add images from your phone that you don’t have on social media, which is big bonus for me, since I limit what personal pics I put on Instagram. You can also order special addition books, based on hashtags, so if you do a family trip or have a wedding and everyone uses the same hashtag, you can print an book of just those photos. There are other services that do similar things, but this is the one I use, and love the simplicity of it! You can get your first book free with this by going here, and using the code “9YLQEJKG” If you want a peek at what’s in mine you can follow me on Instagram @BreSessionsPhoto. (The image below shows what the chatbook volumes look like)

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Highlight your favorites For special photos, your highlights from the year, or pics from special events, or trips make an a special book or album. If you want something high quality that you can do yourself, I love Artifact Uprising. They offer beautiful book options, that are pretty simple to create. They also make great square prints, that are cute to frame or put out on a stand to show off individual shots. (Below is a book I was given from Artifact Uprising, with beautiful photos by Scobey Photography.)

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Create unique gifts– Calendars, framed pics, puzzles, magnets, holiday ornaments, there are lots of cool things you can do with photos now. For those hard to shop for people that already have everything, photo based gifts can be something unique and personal. For my parents, and in laws I love making Birthday or holiday gifts out of photos. Mac has a great built in Photo program that you can use to easily create Calendars, books and other gift items. If you don’t have a Mac, search the web for other options. These personal gifts are always treasured, and one of a kind, so next time you are stomped on what to buy, go through your old photos and order something unique for that hard to shop for family member!

Get help from a professional- Professional Photographers have the ability to make some really beautiful archival quality items. Next time you have photos taken,  rather than just asking for digital files, talk to your photographer and ask them what products they offer, or how they would suggest displaying your images. They may have access to products you don’t see on the market, they can also help you design galleries, and custom artwork for your home. I recently ordered a 24×36 canvas of my daughters and I laughing in the park, that my very talented photographer friend took, and it is now the center piece in my new office, I love it, and it brings me so much joy seeing it every time I walk in the door! If you feel stuck on where to put your pictures, or what size to order them, just ask your photographer! I love when clients bring me pictures of a blank wall, or spot in their home, that they want to help create a gallery of images from their shoot, or multiple photo shoots we have done over the years. As a side note, even though you can make prints yourself, there are benefits to using a professional. Many local store printers and online places use machines that are not calibrated. When a printer isn’t calibrated, the colors can often end up distorted. To ensure all the time and money you spent hiring a talented photographer to shoot, and edit your photos isn’t ruined by bad printing, poor cropping, or cheaply made products, let your photographer finish the job they started. This is especially important for items like wedding albums, or any heirloom pieces you want to pass down to the next generation. (Below is a leather bound, custom album, with a metal print insert on the cover, it’s a new option my album company just came out with, and I love it)

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I hope this inspires you, or gives you the little push you need to devote some time to doing something with all those photos you haven’t looked at in months, or years! If you found this helpful, or want to share your favorite way to print and enjoy your photos, please leave a comment below!

Until next time….

Bre

 

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Clean up your work space – It is so much easier to get to work, when your sit down at a clean well organized desk. The lack of physical clutter, helps our brains declutter too. In the same way when you sit down at your computer screen and see folders everywhere, with random documents and files all over the place, it’s harder to focus. Not to mention the time wasted searching through folders, and scanning your screen for the thing you need. It helps if your home screen is something easy to look at, and not too busy. You could also try getting Digital Desktop organizer, like this, which both looks good and helps keep you organized.

Create a consistent system– If you are wanting to streamline your digital life, a good place to start is to create a few core folders that cover everything you do online. Make as few as possible. I have things like Bre Sessions Business Folder, Personal Photos, Client Photos, Expenses, and Downloads. Once you have your main ones, create folders within each. Today I am going to focus on getting your digital photos in order, so once you have your “Photos” Folder, inside that you will have subfolders listed by year, I only keep the current year on my desktop, but you could keep more if you have the space, then inside each year you will have a folder for each month. When you list the months keep your labeling consistent. I suggest starting with a number to help keep them in consecutive order when you open up your year folder (i.e. 01 January, 02 February, 03 March). You can take it one step further within the month, and have folders for special occasions such as Christmas Photos, 1st Birthday etc… If you take the time to download photos at least once a month, it will help you stay organized, and ensures that no images gets overlooked, and lost in a card somewhere. Lastly, in each year, in addition to my monthly folders I have a “Phone Pics” folder and a “Videos” folder, because let’s be honest, it’s easy to forget to download those (I don’t feel the need to do those monthly, but if you do, you could just add those to your monthly folders and keep them with your other images from that month.

Back it up– Having a back up plan is HUGE!! I can’t stress this enough. I often get calls from clients who say “my computer crashed and I lost all my files, can you resend them to me” or “my phone died, got lost, stolen etc…and I hadn’t backed it up in months”.  Make a set time, it can be once a month, when you download your images, it can be once a quarter, or if you really want to push it every 6 months, where you back up all your images. Digital storage is so cheap these days, there is no reason not to everything saved to multiple places. There are cloud based services like Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Photos (which is free and has a great app you can easily use to upload phone pics and video from all your devices). You can also use external hard drives, and have one for each year. I think having one copy of your photos stored outside of your house is ideal. Call me paranoid, but if you have a fire , or someone breaks in you could potentially lose both your computer files and your hard drive. I like the cloud option, or doing both the cloud and an external hard drive. You could also store the external hard drive from past years in fire proof safe, or a safe deposit box to be sure it’s safe. I might sound a little overprotective, but when someone you love is no longer with you, and all that remains is photos, you want to make sure that they are safely preserved!

Print and Share– Being organized is great, but one of the main reason to get your digital photos organized, is so you can do something with them! Don’t forget this last and crucial step! I hope this inspires you to take a little time to digitally declutter your life! I am working on another blog post about what to do with all the thousands of photos you have trapped in your computers and phones, so keep an eye out for that next week! If you’ve found this helpful, have questions or just want to share what works for you, please leave a comment below!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“You don’t have to ask me if I love you, as I hold you it says how much I do, I’m yours until forever is through.” – Hansen

One fun fact I learned while photographing Danielle and Stephen’s wedding this past weekend, is that Danielle is a serious Hansen fan! So while editing I figured it was only appropriate to turn on a little Hansen, and I came across their song “Never Let Go” which seemed to perfectly describe the love these two share! The saying on the bag below, perfectly describes their day, from start to finish it was the BEST! The beautiful Ritz Carlton in downtown Atlanta, made for an amazing backdrop, for both their ceremony and reception. The ballroom, was rose gold perfection from the sequined table cloths and detailed china, to the pink lit DJ stand, everything was flawlessly orchestrated by an amazing team of vendors (details on everyone involved see the links at the bottom of the blog post).

Here is a peek at some of my favorite images from the day!

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To see the full gallery of images when they become available, please click here.

Danielle and Stephen, I am so honored you chose me to document your big day! It was great getting to know you both better, and getting to meet all of your family and friends then came in for the occasion. What a fun group, who can really hold their own on the dance floor!! I hope your enjoying your honeymoon! Look forward to sharing the rest of your images with you soon! All the best, Bre

Assistant Photographer: Angelica Yim/ Ceremony and Reception Location: The Ritz Carlton Downtown Atlanta/ Event Coordinator at the Ritz:  Ashley Brooks  / Bride’s Hair and Make Up: Brushworx/Wedding Dress shop: The White Magnolia /Cake: Hoosier Bakery/ DJ: Mike Walsh with AMP’D Entertainment/ Floral Design: Fresh Structures/ Video: David Goehring with AMP’D Entertainment/ Pianist: Lydia Culpepper/ Violinist: Vera Ilyushina/ Paper Products: Minted

 

 

 

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To do an engagement session, or not to do an engagement session? I say do, and here are the top four reasons why.

Get to know your wedding photographer, and let them get to know both of you.

On your wedding day, you will spend almost as much time with your photographer, as you will with your soon to be spouse!  From the time you start hair and make up early in the day, until you get in the car and drive off at the end of the night, your photographer will be by your side. It’s important you like this person, and feel comfortable having them around, so you have the best chance of relaxing and be yourself in front of the camera. By working with your photographer on an engagement session, you get an a great trial run to ensure  you will all get along seamlessly on the day of the wedding. It also gives your photographer a chance to learn more about you as a couple, and see how you naturally interact with one another. The better they know you, the easier it is to for them to document your wedding day in a way that reflects your unique relationship.

Get comfortable being the center of attention.

Unless your Taylor Swift or Kim Kardashian, you are probably not used to having everything you do all day long be photographed. The engagement session is a great, no pressure way to get in front of the camera and practice being the center of attention. Trust me, you don’t want to be working out those nerves on your wedding day! I like to encourage couples to think of their engagement shoot as if they are planning a fun date (that I just happen to be tagging a long and photographing). After shooting an engagement session, I have a much better feel for who needs help relaxing in front of the camera, and what angles and poses they are most flattering for them.

Create art for your wedding day

Engagement sessions can be very useful for getting images you can use throughout your wedding planning. The pictures can be used for announcing your engagement, save the date cards, a portrait or a slideshow to display at the wedding , or to make a signing album for friends and family.

Commemorate this special time in your relationship

These pictures preserve a special time in your relationship. They show the love and excitement you have for one another  as you look forward to taking the next step in your journey together. Unlike the wedding day, there is no strict timeline to adhere to and nobody else around to worry about, so you two can just relax, have fun, and let the camera catch you having a good time together.

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Did you do an engagement session? What did you find helpful about it? Would love to here about your experiences. Please leave me a comment, and let me know your thoughts! And if you to chat more about booking an engagement session, give me a call!

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Whether you’re planning a honeymoon, an anniversary celebration, or a family trip with the kids, Maui is an awesome destination!

Since it was our first time traveling to Hawaii, I decided to consult an expert, Megan Taylor with Epperly Travel (who also happens to be a past bride) was my first call. We discussed each of the islands and what they had to offer. We wanted the tropical look you envision when you think of Hawaii, complete with beautiful beaches, but also were hoping for an area with good food, nice resorts, and plenty of things to do. While I heard great things about the beauty of Kahwai, it is a little less developed, so we went with Maui, which seemed to have everything we were looking for. Once we were set on going to Maui I started doing more detailed planning, and a friend recommended the book “Maui Reveled”, it has a ton of great info, and will save you a lot of online searching! Here are my top tips for where to stay, how to get around, what to do, and where to eat while in Maui, along with some of my favorite pictures from the trip!

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Where to stay in Maui

There are a number of beautiful resorts to choose from in Maui. At the suggestion of our travel agent we went with the Andaz.  If you’re going with a resort, the best options will be in the Wailea area.

The Andaz is one of the newest, and had a modern look, good amenities, and nice beach front property (as seen in the picture above) with chairs and umbrellas (only bummer is the bar does not deliver drinks down to the beach, just to the pools). They did offer an adults only pool, which was nice since we were traveling without our daughter on this trip. All of the pools were very nice, and not crowded at all, which I heard can be an issue at the Grand Wailea. The staff was helpful, and service was great, just be prepared to pay top dollar to drink and eat! Average drink cost was $16-18. We decided to hit an outside store for some snacks along with wine and beer we could keep in the room. The Andaz did offer Paddle boarding classes, along with movie nights and outdoor yoga, etc…which was nice, but we were busy doing other things during the day, and didn’t take advantage of most of them. Also be prepared to pay daily “resort fees” at all of the hotels, it’s not optional, and basically a way to just get more money, but make the daily hotel rate look lower.

Due to the high resort fees, and overall pricing, on our next trip I would consider checking out Airbnb or other sources for renting a house to see what other options are out there. Of course then you would have to get to and from the beach, bring your own food and drinks, and miss out on the fancy chairs and umbrellas, but it would probably be a good way to save some money if your trying to stick to a tighter budget.

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How to get around Maui

We rented a convertible from National Car rental (shout-out to them for the upgrade to the Mercedes). The convertible was a fun way to explore Maui while driving from place to place. I will say Maui was more spread out than I realized, and to get to many of the restaurants or activities we were doing, it was often a 30-45 Min drive. Having a car at our disposal, did make it a lot easier to get around, but it does mean getting stuck with the daily parking fees at the resort. Uber was available most days when we checked, and many of the hotels do have limited car services that can help you get to nearby places. Depending on where you stay, there may also be a few options in walking distance.

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Where to eat in Maui-

Mama’s Fish house

This is a place everybody told us we had to go! You do need reservations, try and get them a few weeks out to ensure you can get the day and time you want. I was able to get one within a week or so, but it was a super late dinner. If you can’t get a reservation, you can also try walking in and waiting for a spot up at the bar (you can order off of the full menu there). The bartenders were really cool, full of fun stories about the island and the people who have been there. The drinks were great, the bread and butter is amazing, and the fish I had was excellent. The area around the restaurant is also cool, so bring your camera for taking pics while waiting for your table.

Other favorite restaurants

Monkey Pod Kitchen, in Wailea, the gnocchi was amazing! Morimoto, a Japanese  restaurant with a sushi bar, from a celebrity chef , Masaharu Morimoto. The sushi was yummy, but my favorite thing on the menu was hands down the calamari salad. For breakfast the Ka’ana Kitchen in our hotel had an awesome buffet, which was included in our stay thanks to booking with Epperly travel. After having such a big breakfast we often didn’t even need lunch! We did try Ka’ana Kitchen for dinner one night, and while the food was very fresh farm to table concept, with an innovative menu, it didn’t end up being one of our favorites. They do have an impressive wine list, but be prepared to splurge!

Luas

For the full Hawaiian experience you should try and get into one of the Luaus. I heard great things about the Old Lahaina Laua, but that was booked up, so we went to the Feast of Lele instead. The food came out in courses, and while we didn’t like everything, there was something from each course we both enjoyed. The entertainment and music is fun, and the view of the beach at sunset is spectacular!

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Things to do in Maui

Sunrise and bike trip down Mt. Haleakala-

The view of the sun rising from the top of Mt is amazing, and totally worth getting up for. I recommend booking this on the first night or two you are in Maui  (if you are coming from a more Eastern time zone) so when the alarm goes off at 2:30am, it feels more like 8:30am, which isn’t so crazy! You still may need a nap later in the day, but the experience will have been worth it. A couple of warnings, this bike ride is no joke,  you start about 7,000 feet up, it’s all downhill, lots of turns, and cars are using the same road as you are. The views are amazing, but you need to keep your eyes on the road, to make sure you don’t end up as part of the scenery. Because of the dangers involved, I would suggest going with a reputable company, that stays with you the whole time. We had a great experience with Bike it Maui. They had all the gear we needed, were good at preparing us for what to expect and how to deal with it, and the best part is their van rides behind you so he blocks cars from zooming around you. Without the van in the back, cars would be just a foot or two away from you the whole way down, and when your going 30 miles an hour, downhill with turns that’s just an accident waiting to happen. You don’t have to peddle, so it’s not difficult, but being comfortable on a bike is super important. Also, at sunrise on teh top of teh mountain it can be quite cold, even so layer up, and bring a hat and gloves. You can take off layers as you go down.

Snorkel and Sailing

The Molokini crater has really crystal clear water which was perfect for snorkeling. There were a good number of fish, but you had to get a little further away from the big groups of people to see them. I heard the early morning boat trip is better because there are less groups of people out, but we didn’t want too many early days on our vacation so we went with eh later departure. We booked with Kai Kanani Sailing Charters (if you book online they give you a discount) , the crew was great, very knowledgeable, and made sure everyone was taken care of and having fun. One benefit of this company is they pick up closer to the crater so you spend a lot less time going to and from, and it picks up close to the hotels in Wailea. Our trip did two stops, the second one was in “turtle town”. The water at this stop was not nearly as clear, so you had to be fairly close to a turtle in order to see it. The waves were rough, so I didn’t last long in the water, but for those that stuck it out, they did end up seeing quite a few turtles by the end of our time there. Lunch and drinks are included, the food was sandwiches and chips, so nothing fancy, but enough to fill you up after spending all the time in the water. And be sure to bring some money to tip the crew:)

Road to Hana

This is another one of those things everyone said we had to do. Luckily our tour guide for the bike trip gave us a bunch of good inside tips on to get the most out of our Road to Hana adventure. First, he suggested we do it in reverse. Most people start near Paia town, so we did the opposite and came at it starting with Hana. If it’s been raining a lot they don’t suggest going this way. The upside, is a lot less traffic, and the views of the water are breathtaking, you get to see the back side of Haleakala mountain. The downside, there are sections that aren’t really paved and only one lane, which is ok when it’s a straight section, but going around corners can be a little stressful, at least it was for me. My husband thought it was fun to drive, I was ready for a drink by the time we were done!

If you go the way we did, there is a great place to stop for coffee and snacks before you get too far into your journey. It’s called “Grandma’s Coffee House“, they have great coffee, and we stocked up on sandwiches and snacks for the long ride. There is also a cute winery nearby, but we didn’t stop since we had a lot of driving ahead. Our first stop was in the Haleakala National park, to explore the Pipiwai Trail. We spent a couple of hours here. It’s a 4 mile round trip hike, where you see some amazing waterfalls, and hike through a bamboo forest. It’s worth doing, but bring water, wear sneakers, and know it’s going to take some time, because parts of the path can be muddy and slippery. The 400 foot waterfall at the end is beautiful to see up close. At the suggestion of others, we did ignore the sign at the very end, and crossed over to get to the base of the waterfall. It felt perfectly safe, but I guess under the wrong weather conditions it might not be. Keep an eye out for rising water. The view was so much better that it felt worth the extra hundred feet and risking getting fined. Because it started raining we didn’t get out that much on the road to Hana. A highlight was when we stopped at Wai’anapanapa State Park to see the black sand beach. It was fun to photograph, and they had some neat above ground caves walk through. The rest of the 39 mile drive back felt long, and we were very ready to get out of the car by the end.

Paia town

This is a little hippy surfer town, but has a lot of fun shops, and we enjoyed walking around and getting some fun gifts to bring back. We also had a great massage here at a place called Body Therapeutics. It’s really small, but the massage therapist was really great, and a lot less expensive then the spa at our hotel. For a little extra, you can also hire them to come to the resort if you don’t feel like driving over to this side of town. While you are in the area, if you go to the beach just past Mama’s Fish house, you can see a number of the large sea turtles coming to shore at the end of the day. They look a lot like rocks from far way, but are cool to see up close. There was also a lot of surfers and kids playing on the beach, so it was also a good spot for people watching, and killing time until our dinner reservation.

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As for cameras, if you have it, bring something other than just an i phone to document your trip. If you don’t have a digital camera, borrow or rent one. I carried a back pack and took my Nikon D750 with  a 50mm or my 24-70mm lens almost everywhere we went, except on the bike trip, where it was in the van that followed us, so I was able to grab and take some pics when we stopped. Go Pro’s are also a great choice, we had ours and got some fun footage while biking down the mountain as well as while snorkeling and hiking. 2016-08-12_00302016-08-12_00132016-08-12_00122016-08-12_00402016-08-12_0010

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Maui is such a cool island with so much to do and see. I look forward to going back again someday, but until then, I’ve got my pictures to help remind me of all it’s beauty! All photos shown belong to Bre Sessions Photography and outside of the ones I am in, were all taken my me:)

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Leave a comment and let me know your favorite things to do in Maui, or feel free to ask a question about anything I’ve mentioned above. Happy travels, Bre

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  1. Lauren Boyles said:
    Incredible photos! Thanks for the tips...John and I hope to go here someday!
    August 14, 2016  9:47 pm
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    • Bre Sessions said:
      Thanks Lauren! You should definitely add it to your travel bucket list! It too us awhile, but glad we finally got to go!
      August 15, 2016  11:53 am
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Camille and Bill have waited along time to find one another, but once they did, they knew they wanted to get started on their forever, as soon as possible. With the help of friends, family and some talented vendors, their wedding day was absolutely perfect! From the dramatic dress, and feathered flowers to the special tribute to their loved ones who were watching from above, every detail was so thoughtfully put together. There was a buzz in the room as over two hundred friends, from near and far, gathered to cheer them on. I have never heard so much applause and excitement as a bride and groom are pronounced man and wife, as I did this day! I can’t imagine a more joyful start to this next chapter of their lives. Here are some of my favorite highlights from the day.2016-07-27_00462016-07-27_0044 2016-07-27_00452016-07-27_00482016-07-27_00492016-07-27_0050 2016-07-27_00692016-07-27_00552016-07-27_00032016-07-27_0056  2016-07-27_0024 2016-07-27_0023 2016-07-27_0021 2016-07-27_0020 2016-07-27_00672016-07-27_00582016-07-27_0061 2016-07-27_0002  2016-07-27_00012016-07-27_00512016-08-03_00082016-07-27_0076 2016-07-27_00772016-07-27_0028 2016-07-27_0068 2016-07-27_00252016-07-27_00272016-07-27_0038 2016-07-27_00262016-08-03_00012016-07-27_00592016-07-27_0060 2016-07-27_0062 2016-08-03_00052016-07-27_00652016-07-27_00642016-07-27_00312016-07-27_00742016-07-27_00322016-07-27_00332016-07-27_0073 2016-07-27_00342016-07-27_0039 2016-07-27_00352016-08-03_00072016-08-03_00032016-07-27_0018 2016-07-27_00722016-07-27_0075 2016-07-27_0040 2016-07-27_00042016-07-27_00712016-07-27_00292016-07-27_00052016-07-27_00092016-07-27_00072016-07-27_00062016-07-27_00082016-07-27_00702016-07-27_0010 2016-07-27_0011 2016-07-27_00152016-07-27_0016

Camille and Bill- It was such a treat to get a front row seat to your big day! I am so grateful for your friendship, and for you entrusting me to document one of the most important days in your lives. I look forward to spending more time with you guys together in the future!

Assistant Photographer: Rebecca Bennett/ Ceremony and Reception Location: The Engine Room/ Event Coordinator: Nicki Guilbeau with Guilbeau Events/ Bride’s Hair: Bombshell Creations/Wedding Dress: Oleg Cassini for David’s Bridal/Groom’s Suit: Men’s Warehouse /Cake: Hoosier Bakery/ DJ: Mike Walsh with AMP’D Entertainment/ Floral Design: Meg Bullock / Video: Zach Veatch Video

 

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