I don't know what it is about this image that makes me love it. Maybe it's that Susie is so graceful. Maybe it's the way the light hits her veil. Maybe it's because I know she's looking at her soon-to-be husband off to the side. Regardless of the reason(s), I love it. Susie made such a beautiful bride. I'm currently finishing up editing her and Sean's wedding, which will land on the blog early next week. Until then, happy weekend friends!

Edited with VSCO.


Yesterday, the hubby and I did our taxes (with the huge help of a friend -- thank you!!!). Let me tell you: owning your own business is a you-know-what when doing taxes. It took 4+ hours, and I felt completely wiped afterward. But now it's alllll done for another year (WAHOO!). Before the tax marathon started, I snuck in some photos of our blooming beauties in the backyard. Hellooooo spring! : )

Edited with VSCO.


Last August, I was asked to shoot the wedding of an awesome couple (check 'em out here!) out in California. The hubs and I decided to make a little mini-vacay out of it by going a day early. : ) We checked out TCL Chinese Theater (formerly Grauman's), In-N-Out Burger (for fries!), explored Mulholland Drive, went (window) shopping of course!, and ended the day with dinner at Ryan Gosling's restaurant, Tagine, in Beverly Hills. It was an AMAZING day (makes me grin really wide to think about it now), and the weather was beyond gorgeous. I haven't had the time to edit these photos until now (surprise, surprise! ; )), but I just purchased some new presets recently from VSCO Film and I'm LOVING them. It's always fun to tweak/update my editing process from time to time. I love the results here; VSCO presets really do emulate film beautifully. Perhaps I will be incorporating them more... what do y'all think? : )


My hubby is one handsome fella.

Rachel!!! The bride for that weekend. She's so fun. : )

...and last but DEFINITELY not least... We met up with Australian friends (who live in Canada for the time being) for an Angels game. Love to y'all, Em + O'Hara!