Vendors: Venue: Grand Travers Yacht Club, Ceremony Music: Levi Britton,
Our Christmas cards didn’t make it out the door this year—I will admit though–I was proud of myself for at least ordering some!
Here is a little shoot I did with my kiddos for our card. As you will see, we have a few dramatic children [ok maybe three] The kids are so excited to welcome a new baby brother into the family here in the next few weeks–this pregnancy has been hard, and very tiring, and in many ways I am so ready for it to be over. Since it’s our last there is something strangely bittersweet about it though. I can’t wait to hold him in my arms–and can’t help but wonder if I’ll have one child that actually looks a little like me. haha
From our family to yours–we wish you the very happiest new year! Thank you all so much for your love and support over the years. It truly means so much to us & we are grateful! Cheers to looking 2015 straight in the eyes :)
We have had so much fun getting to know Brooke and Chet– they are an amazing duo. Their wedding happens to be one of my very favorites from 2014 and I am excited to share it with you! Brooke and I had talked several times throughout the year about her vision for the wedding day–we talked about details, colors, bouquets, the hours it took to paint all of the pumpkins– It was exciting to see all of her hard work come together! One of the most special things during the day was at the ceremony. I know I’ve mentioned this before, but 9 out of 10 weddings I tear up, sometimes actually cry. [It's a good thing most ceremony's aren't full of action because it's hard to look through a view finder with tears swelling up in your eyes :)] Since Brooke’s parents were only able to attend in spirit, Chet romantically met Brooke halfway, leading her to the altar and placed roses in the seats for mom and dad. Genuine, heartfelt moments like this always remind me of why it is such an honor to do what I do.
Vendors: Cedar Springs Pavilion, Tipp City Ohio, Make-up: Leslie Randall with Ruby’s Traveling Beauty Show, Hair: Kat Clark, Bridesmaids dresses: Rent the Runway, Flowers: The Flower Man Centerville Ohio, Cupcakes: patty cake bakery, Bride’s gown: olvi from European bridal in cincinnati, DJ & Lights: Party Pleasers
In this blog post I wanted to share a few images from what I offer as a part of your wedding experience with Jenny Haas Photography. Prints are very valuable to me as I see their importance in the long term. 30 years from now the album, or the box tucked neatly on your shelf will be what you pick up to show your grandkids–the images in print will tell your story. My aim is to find every one of my couples a unique keepsake box that is full of character and represents a piece of their wedding day. Over the past year I have worked really hard to find these up-cycled boxes at antique malls, flea markets etc.. It’s not always easy, but I’ve managed to find 27 beautiful boxes for this years brides and I have begun stashing some away for my 2015 couples. It’s been a fun challenge for me–especially when my couples email me to tell me how thrilled they are with their images and their own special keep-sake box. Here is an idea of one box and our prints–Our heirloom albums are handcrafted and offer various sizes and cover options. Layouts are kept very simple to reflect our style, and to show case your day in the most beautiful way possible with few distractions. Wedding, engagement and parent albums can be purchased al la carte and are a great way to preserve your memories.