Ok, this pink couch was to die for. Isn’t it just the cutest?? Heather was a delight to work with & she was such a good model! Fierce is one of the words that comes to mind. Her whole family came along for the ride & please make it to the bottom of this post to see how much fun we had!
Heather surprised her mom by bringing along a framed bridal portraits of her…
…& then striking the same pose.
And now for a few fun ones!
I’m so excited to be doing Molly & Kyle’s wedding in a few months! They are just simply wonderful. Enjoy the photos!
This is the exact bench where Kyle proposed!
I FINALLY get to share these beautiful bridal photos of the new Mrs. Burnett! Rachel was a joy to work with, & to share a little bit about her personality, I received a test message from her this morning (she got married two days ago) to thank me for being at her wedding. Thoughtful?? I’d say, YES.
I met Ashley over a year ago at an art exhibit, & I was so happy when she called me to schedule a family photo shoot! The whole family was adorable & the gardens were beautiful! Enjoy!
The photo below melts my heart every time.
This little guy is going to be a handful when he grows up. Yes, he posed himself.
My good friend got married on Saturday & it was perfect. Seriously. But before I talk too much about the wedding, here are Rachel’s absolutely adorable bridal photos!
From Rachel: My friend Christy & I love drinking tea together, & a few summers ago we got into the habit of hosting tea parties for her teenage daughters. Christy’s house is an old renovated house built in the 1800s, & it is the perfect place for the vintage feel. I invited Emily to one, since she enjoys dressing up & being fancy, & she brought her camera. When I saw the photos from the tea party, I told Emily that if I ever got married, I wanted tea party bridal portraits. The day after I got engaged, I called Emily & told her that I was ready for my tea party bridals!
Rachel brought the china that she inherited from her great-great grandmother to set the table & a figure of a mother & bride, which was a keepsake from her sister’s wedding. Rachel also wore the necklace that she inherited from her great-great-great aunt & earrings from her fiance’s grandmother.
If you want the recipe for these delicious Drop Danishes, scroll all the way to the bottom!
Christy bought the 3-way mirror that stands in the hallway from a yard sale – it was originally in an old department store on Northgate many years ago.
Easy Drop Danish:
1/4 c. butter, softened
2 TBsp sugar
2 C Bisquick
2/3 cup milk (skim works)
Mix butter, sugar & Bisquick till crumbly. Stir in milk. Beat 15 strokes. Drop by rounded Tbsp 2″ apart on greased cookie sheet. Make a shallow well in center of each with back of spoon. Dipping spoon in water before making the shallow wells keeps it from sticking too much. Fill with 1 tsp preserves. Bake until golden, 10-15 minutes. 400 degrees. Makes 12.
Glaze: 2/3 c. powdered sugar, 1 Tbsp warm water, 1/4 tsp vanilla