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Happy Valentine's Day

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Valentine's Day is all about LOVE, and Emily and I experience love almost every single weekend with our wedding clients. We are so honored to spend such a special day with so many amazing couples, photographing so many special moments. We love that we get to work with each other and cannot wait for another great wedding season. This year is going to be the best ever, and we owe it all to you! We hope everyone has a Happy Valentine's Day!

Alittle bit about this shoot, it was taken on Saturday morning in our backyard.  It became really muddy due to the snow melting and it being about 40 degrees out but we loved how everything turned out. The initial design of the shoot was suppose to be at dusk but due to our work schedule, Saturday morning was our only availability. Let us know what you think!