Klaus and Kayla were married at the gorgeous Holy Rosary Cathedral in Toledo, followed by a reception at the Toledo Zoo wedding.
It seems crazy that it’s July and I’m now just saying this; but my wedding season finally came in full swing this weekend- starting with this gorgeous Downtown Toledo wedding.
I’m always amazed by all of the things that happen in a year. 365 days. And yet it feels like it was only ten days.
May. Here in Ohio, it could be sunny, rainy, or even snowing. You really still never know just what to expect. But Monica and Stephen landed on one of the most perfect spring days.
Oh spring. You are finally here- and that makes this photographer happy.
It’s no surprise that bride and groom portraits are my favorite part of wedding day. And why not? The day is about them after all.
If you would have told me ten years ago that I would be a wedding photographer, I would have laughed. My entire life has been directed towards being a health care professional.
It may have been a little quiet around here for the last few months, but there has certainly been a lot going on. In fact, it’s been quite the contrary. With a newborn that made his appearance in November, life has been anything but quiet.
Another year of weddings has come and gone. And again, I sit back and look at all of the wonderful weddings I had the privilege to be a part of and the wonderful people I have gotten to serve.
It’s officially fall here in Ohio. Which means we went from 90 degrees one day to 50 degrees two days later. What can I say, it comes with the territory. So when a couple is willing to do a morning session in 40 degree temperatures, I know they are committed!