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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

It's the little things

Starbucks has thought of it all, haven't they. You may or may not like them depending on your loyalty to corporate coffee or not... but lay all that aside and really think about it... Starbucks has a couple of geniuses working for them.

This probably seems like a truly random topic... but I promise it's going somewhere. I stopped by the Zeus of coffee yesterday (I got a couple of gift cards for Christmas!!) to indulge in my Non-Fat-Cafe-Misto-with-a-shot-of-Mocha and left a happier-than-normal camper. The reason you ask? Well my coffee was excellent and it was pleasantly warm inside compared to the 30 degree Atlanta Monday, but that's not it. No no no.. the reason I was all giggly when I left was because of those little green sticks Starbucks invented that go in the sippy-hole of your lid in order to prevent coffee spillage while your driving, walking, or dancing with your hot cup o' joy. What an amazing idea! I'm not new to these little green sticks, but lets just say that yesterday I saw them in a whole new light. They may be little, but they can make or break a white shirt and prevent your hand from blistering due to hot coffee spilled in transit. Come to think of it... they probably save Starbucks some lawsuits; I bet McDonald's wishes they'd invented some little red sticks.

The moral of this rando-story? I think too many times we focus on what the big things get us, or what the big things won't get us. Rarely do we stop to notice all of the little tiny things around us that are supporting and helping us...making life easier or more fun, and I think we are less satisfied because of it. I'm probably the worst at recognizing what I've got, but I'm going to make a pre-New Years resolution and start today and I hope you will too, because sometimes... it's the little things.

Friday, November 6, 2009

The red Moleskine

It's morning here in Atlanta. The sun lights up every room in the house, making us wonder if it's possible to bottle it up and keep it for the whole day. With the recent time change it would be nice to have some sunlight available after 5pm. If you figure out how to do this, let me know. (You're probably saying, um Sarah... in 2009 we have things called lamps, they're great you should try them.. and I know, but lamps are just... different, call me prejudice but they just ain't tha same)

So because light is scarce in these here parts, I have to wake up early and get started with the day (which in the end is probably better... the sun knows I'm not disciplined enough to work at night, Friends re-runs are just too tempting!). My morning routine is 1)Coffee 2)Bathroom 3)Red Moleskine. The Red Moleskine is really where the magic of my work and life exists. It's my super-trendy self-tribute to 'Stuff White People Like' . It contains my rambling mess of photographic ideas, prayers to God about life, love and the pursuit of happiness, and probably a few phone numbers that I had to write down somewhere (and the red color of it makes it that much more sassy). It's essential to my sanity, its disorganization keeps me organized.

This morning it's getting a bit of everything from me; ideas for my wedding tomorrow, a few questions for God, and probably some pointless doodles. I hope that you have something similar to welcome you, to pour your thoughts into, and to look ridiculously cool in your hand. If not, might I recommend a Red Moleskine?


Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Busy Busy Bee

It's really hard for me to admit this, but I kind of thrive off of busyness. Like for real. And I feel guilty for it sometimes too because I've been brought up that you've got to loathe busyness... it gets in the way of life! We are supposed to complain about being so busy, and so knowing that I'm actually ok with being busy, I'm that girl in the corner eating an excessive amount of chips and dip so that I can avoid the stares of shock that generally come after I explain that though I'm busy, 'I don't mind'.
See the truth is, I love what I do... no, wait, I LOOOOOVVVVEEEEEEEE what I do. There is so much sheer middle-school-girl-at-an-NSYNC-concert excitement every time I go to meet a client, sit down to edit some photos, arrive at a wedding, drive 300mi in a day, and scarf down a super-classy Taco Bell meal on my way to the next event. Love it. And my career allows me to be around people that love what I do, too (and appreciate my 'busyness' just as much). My clients are the best, they love photography and the time and energy I put into their personal hotty-toddy photos... and having clients like that make working hard for them very rewarding.
Today was a very very busy day. And though I may have had a few bouts of road-rage on the way to meetings in which I am chronically late for... they aren't a reflection of how I feel about my lack of free time... they just have more to do with Florida drivers in Atlanta (I got much love for ya tho, FL, for real).
So in case you are really busy, and you secretly love it, though you are inclined to sigh and roll your eyes when the subject come up... here is me liberating you (since I have the power to do that of course). If you love it, be proud :)


-Sarah

*disclaimer, if you are sooo busy that you can't stop to pee, disregard everything I just said and breathe

Monday, October 19, 2009

Good things are worth waiting for

There is just something about waiting for a good thing. The waiting part may not be very fun, but because you are so certain about the goodness of the very thing you are waiting for, you don't mind it (that much). And have you noticed that you can tell when others are waiting for a good thing too? The looks on their faces, the way that they hold their hands in anticipation, rubbing their fingers together, massaging out the nervous and excited tensions... yes you can tell. And when that good thing finally arrives, when it finally walks through the door and makes it's way into your life... all is well. Your hands miraculously have been healed of nervous tension and the look on your face emits an energy that people in the next room can feel. Yes, it is goooood.

I photographed a wedding this weekend in Griffin, GA and the bride and groom were the kind of people that you knew had been waiting on a good thing. This was the second marriage for both of them, so they knew what events to expect for the day, but knew that this time... the way that they would experience today would be one for the books. They knew. They waited. They loved.

The look on Tatum's face right before she see's her soulmate, the one she's waited for, says it all. She had been waiting on a good thing, and it was worth the wait.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Anti Gay protest going on at gsu downtown right now. Regardless of our views let's all remember that hate resolves nothing. twitter.com/_sarahesther for pics.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

A successful launch

For the last week and a half I have been workings tirelessly at having a successful launch of my new website. My previous website was great and all, but I'm a fan of bells and whistles, and well... it had none. I had been dreaming of something bigger and better for a while, and so when the guys over at Showit launched their new ShowitSite interface, I jumped in line, took a number, and got busy.

Showit is fairly new, and super user-friendly, like a giant simplified version of Dreamweaver for all of the Adobe faithfuls out there. I feel like it was designed just for me (cue sappy music), and don't know how I would ever be here without it.

So without further ado, here is the link to my new site, which isn't new, just updated beyond recognition. Ya kno.

Happy Saturday people. Go to a yard sale, watch some football, check out my new website. Is this a shameless plug? Yes. But above all, it's a successful launch.


Sunday, September 27, 2009

Adventures of a Big Girl




Hello blogger-land!!!! It's a beautiful Sunday afternoon here in Atlanta, which is such a blessing as I'm sure you've heard about the flash floods we've been having for the last couple of weeks. Everything seems to be dried up today and you wouldn't even know that as of yesterday at about 7pm you couldn't see 2 ft in front of you for the cold-grey-sideways-rain we were having!

We made it!!!! Atlanta is no longer underwater, which is great because last night some girlfriends and I had tickets to Sugarland (for only the second time they have come to atlanta) and if the concert had been underwater, it would have been a lot harder to enjoy (but know that we still would've gone, we ain't above little swimmies..ya heard?)

Sugarland was great, probably the 2nd best concert I've ever been to in my life, the first best being Boston (also at an amphiteatre). I wanna give a shoutout to Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre for having one of the best amphitheatre setups... simply because every seat is a good one (no seriously) and they rent chairs for a mere $5...totally worth it. The chairs aren't necessary for all concerts, but they were for us since our 'waterproof' blanket was quite the opposite.

Second shoutout of the weekend goes to Hyatt Place Hotels for being freakin' awesome. We were treated like queens in this boutique-like hotel that markets toward business travelers but is really for anyone who wants to forget they are in an actual hotel and pretend they are in a lush Manhattan loft.

This was our first outing as 'big girls'... freshly graduated, real-world women... and I think we did well. This session of 'adventures of a big girl' was done right, so much that all other sessions will have to at LEAST include a stay at the Hyatt...


Thursday, September 24, 2009

Just meant to be, I guess...

As I circle the block for the 7th time, hitting every pothole on the way and probably some pedestrians too, I think to myself "if I circle this block one more time, it's a sign". And as I continue to pass all of the parking lots proudly displaying their "LOT FULL" signs, sure enough, I circle that block one more time, and I stick to my own convictions because really... who am I to deny a 'sign'? This is divine intervention of the most serious of implications. So as I circle the block one more time my little car breaks free of the monotany and stays straight ahead, headed to the nearest coffee shop with a killer acoustic soundtrack. "I guess it's just not meant to be, I guess I'm just not meant to go to class today" I say -that's right, class. Not meant to go and I feel great about it. Didn't I tell you it was of the most serious of implications?

So here I sit at a crazy awesome Atlanta coffee shop, void of all starbucks cliches (for the record I am not against starbucks, I just need some free wireless and natural light and Octane is perfect for that:)) Knowing that I really was meant to not go to class today because of the peace of mind I have right now, that feeling that nothing is rushed and life is good. I have a cup of joe, a killer acoustic soundtrack, natural light, and peace of mind. It was just meant to be, I guess...


Friday, September 18, 2009

Piedmont Park Portrait Session? Um YES PLEASE!!

So with Christmas being right around the corner (and by around the corner I mean 4 months away, respectively) it's time to start thinking about those ever-so-talked-about Christmas Portrait cards that are collected by our closest friends, family, bosses, car salesmen, dog groomers, sorority/fraternity members, and chiropractors (what, you don't send a card to your chiropractor? shame).

Of course, Christmas is not the only reason to break out a smile and pose, maybe the last time you had a portrait taken you were still modeling the fashions from Dawson's Creek or the early episodes of F-R-I-E-N-D-S, in this case, a 30-minute smile and laugh session would be great, and you wouldn't have to hide your photos each time you have company.

Where can you get a 30 minute pain-free portrait session you ask? Fantastic question, and we have taken care of it! Introducing: Portraits in the Park







The fabulous Joy Wilson and I have collaborated to offer a quick-fire portrait session in Piedmont Park for as many of you as we can fit inbetween 1-5pm. Bring your dogs, your friends, your children (or your friend's children), your family, a frisbee, water balloons, whatever! We are up for anything if you are!

Email us to book a time slot now! Click the little arrow on the top right of the flyer to make it readable :)


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Natalie and Beau- Engagement















I have been sitting on these images for a little while, knowing that I really wanted to blog them, but never having the super-developed eloquent and witty prose to add to the pictures. I'm sure that never happens to anyone else.

I'm blogging them now because I realized that sometimes, you can have too much! Some sessions are enhanced by the love story that accompanies, and some stand fine on their own. Natalie and Beau happens to belong to the latter party.

So here they are, this gorgeous couple, all smiles and laughter, beautiful skin, Crest-kid smiles, and a love to rival them all. That's it, and that's them.





Monday, September 14, 2009

Parlez vous francais?

Yesterday was a fantastic day. It was Sunday, which is one of the days I long most for during the week simply because it is a day of rest for me. as tempting as it may be for me to open up my computer and start-up photoshop, organize future sessions, or rearrange every piece of furniture in my house (I do get the urge)... I know that unless I take the day to actually rest, enjoy life, and stop moving the week ahead will be an unfocused blur.

Take a day of rest.

You'll need it.

p.s. I know this has absolutely nothing to do with speaking french, but I had to ask.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Sometimes, that's all you need...

Sometimes....

Oh sometimes....

Sometimes happens a lot for me, and the circumstances that happen sometimes, are not always the 'sometimes' that I want. are ya following me here? Good.

But today's sometimes was great. Because today was the end of a week, and the beginning of a weekend. Yep that's right, my weekend starts tomorrow :) Tomorrow my mom and I are going to get to hang out for a little while... we'll stroll the kiosks of the Yellow Daisy Festival in Stone Mountain Georgia, go see a movie, and hopefully be able to breathe for the first time since Sunday.

Friday will be a fabulous day off. and sometimes, that's all you need.

Monday, September 7, 2009

A walk in the Park


"Life ain't just a walk in the park"...

How many times have you heard that one? Growing up with two very realistic parents, I had that drilled into my head, and they didn't leave the other bases untouched either... life is also not "a free lunch" "a bowl of cherries" "fair" "an easy ride".. you get the picture. If you can add onto the mantras then a cookie for you... or maybe a box of chocolates, since that seems to be the only thing life actually is.

I've lived by these little nuggets of information most of my life, and truth be told it has proven helpful in many situations... I was never the girl with unrealistic expecations for my boyfriends, if it ended... well, "life ain't fair". Whenever something drastic happened, a death, job loss, driving in teh wrong direction for 234 mi, etc.... It was always easier to not panic if you knew that life "isn't a bowl of cherries" (although I would strongly not reccommend saying that to anyone who happens to encounter one of those situations or life may come to an abrupt halt for you :))

The other day some friends and I were enjoying the beautiful weather in Piedmont Park. The sun was shining, the air was cool, if there had been birds then I think they would have been singing... We pulled out a frisbee and had many failed attempts at hand-eye coordination, but we had fun. Then we took a walk. Yes, a walk in the park. We strolled along the faded asphalt of the bike paths, watched mothers and their children feed the ducks by a Grecian Gazebo, commented on the beauty each dog being thrown a frisbee by its master, and watched with excitement as a couple taking their engagement photos set out on the journey of marriage.

Though the world around us was far from perfect that day (it is Atlanta after all)... when we stopped to take in what was around us, stopped to stop worrying about what was next for us and for others, stopped to realize where we were in life... and you know what, at that moment life really was a walk in the park.



Wednesday, September 2, 2009

One of those Days...

So yesterday was a bad day. Nothing went right... woke up late, didn't get to shower (and realized later that I'd also forgotten the deoderant :/ sorry classmates!), found out that I couldn't log in to my GSU account due to the fact that I was one out of 30000 that was randomly selected for review, my car got booted for $50, and found out that I will have to pay an extra $500 for a class because of supposed late registration. It was a wine-at-3:30-in-the-afternoon day. A very. Bad. Day.

So after I got into my car, waiting on the boot-man to get there, I tried squeezing out some tears... I felt like Cameron Diaz in 'Holiday', they just wouldn't come. I squeezed for a good 5 minutes before I gave up... feeling defeated even by my own emotions! Then it hit me... I wasn't supposed to cry and sulk over my circumstances, I needed to DO something about them. And the only thing I knew to do was go to the Lord. It's an amazing feeling to know that your heart is being called by a higher power... to know that even after all of your failures and sucky attempts at success and reckoning someone still believes in you, and wants to know you. I didn't even want to know me yesterday.

So I took a breath after my squeezes (which left me breathless), and pulled out the word expecting nothing but believing everything... that no matter what I was reading it would in some way be relevant to my situation, it would be a word of love and a song of encouragement from the one who knew me best.

It did.

Habakkuk 3:17-18

17 Though the fig tree does not bud
and there are no grapes on the vines,
though the olive crop fails
and the fields produce no food,
though there are no sheep in the pen
and no cattle in the stalls,

18 yet I will rejoice in the LORD,
I will be joyful in God my Savior.


This GOD knows what he is doing. He made my bad day better. No it wasn't "everythings-fixed-as-if-this-day-didnt-happen-and-I-got-a-new-car-too kind of better, but it was better because though the day was still sucky, I had a certain peace that it wouldn't last, and I would...and COULD... survive.

The day ended up being a good day. It was just one of those days....


Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Total Boredom Tuesday's

I love school. really. I do. I love that our country allows its citizens the opportunity, no, REQUIRES them the opportunity to have an experience with education. I think that it is great that we value the mind. However.... there is always a however... sometimes I am just bored. Today I had a social statistics class, much like the research methods class that I took last year... actually, almost exactly like the research methods class that I took last year. Due to their extereme similarity I found myself nodding off, creating weird facial expressions in order to keep my eyes open, and I think I checked twitter 587 times :) Everything we were going over seemed to be a replay, a massive deja-vu if you will, of last semester...and this ticks me off. I am paying for (or rather the HOPE is paying for) a class that I have realistically already taken. There are more things I could be doing with that hour, and since this is my LAST ungergrad class, there are many things I could be doing if I werent' a college student. Also... the money that HOPE is paying for me to take an 'already takne' class could go to another student. Ugh. I love our system... but sometimes I think it's problem, it's issue of apathetic students and early drop-outs may have to do with the neccessity of total boredom.

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Um, Yes please!

So I had a wonderful weekend shooting a jewelry line for a friend.. she contacted me a month or so ago and needed some pictures for her up and coming jewelry company, I took a look at her stuff and quickly said I'd do it. She said she couldn't pay me much, but could offer me some free pieces and since this is what I really wanted... I said YES! She really does make some fantastic stuff, and everytime she gives me something I immediately put it on...which is lets me know that her stuff has that thing, you know.. the ability to instantly go with any outfit you happen to be wearing. Love it. Here are a few pictures of her stuff. Let me know if you are interested :)


Thursday, July 30, 2009

Time flies...






Wow so it has been a WHILE since I last posted. Apologies if you were sitting on the edge of your seat waiting to find out what I had to say... but for some reason I highly doubt that, nevertheless I am sorry. This time not spent blogging has been spent traveling ... not the super-amazing kind of traveling, but the slightly-amazing kind -the kind where you visit new cities and go to the beach :) All good! In the middle of this month a friend and I took a trip to St. Louis, MO in order to visit a school that I am interested in. As we were driving through the miles and miles of mid-American flatness we thought we would never arrive at our destination. Kentucky and Illinois are truly the flatlands, with fields and fields of corn and the occasional barn or farm house. It was quite a peaceful trip, and a beautiful one. St. Louis is a gorgeous, brick-adorned, french-inspired city. The architecture is amazing, the parks are landscaped to match Parisian gardens... it really is fantastic.. and the best part (or one of them) is that everything is FrEE!! Yep! Free-99!
As we were returing, we happened to be driving through Tennesee around dusk... the mountains had just turned that perfect shade of indigo against the horizon and the sky was retreating from a bright pink to a muted purple as the sun was setting. It was this time that we decided we really do live in teh most beautiful part of the country (sorry America... no offense to the other 49 states).
If you have never visted St. Louis, or have not visited a new city in a while... get out there, do it, take a drive.. just get there. Surrounding ourselves with new people and places can really help to snatch ourselves out of mundane routines, or make you appreciate where you came from.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Workin' for the weekend


Rise and Shine! I say that as if you people are just now waking up... and if you live on the west coast, that is probably true, so I'll apply my morning greeting to you. It's only 11:56 here on the east coast... still morning, so I say that the greeting still applies. Nana nana boo boo.

Truth is I woke up mayyyybbbbeee an hour ago. Late start definitely. This doesn't mean that the hours of my work day are now shorter, no no no... just that I will be up until 11 working instead of having a funtastic friday night in Atlanta. Ugh. Love sleeping, hate the consequences.

I have about 800 photos to fully edit right now. ::cue crazy eyes:: So my days are going to be lonnnggggg until I finish. No worries, I love seeing what I can do with editing, it is a really fun part of my job! I've included one of the fun pictures that I absolutely love in today's post. doesn't it just make you hear a solo piano concerto? everytime I look at this picture I swear I hear music playing, seriously.

Do you guys have any photos like that? The ones that cue music or smells? Share them!

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Yummmmm


Ugggghhhhh I loveee me some chocolate cake! Like love so much I would make it one of the three things I'd take with me on a deserted island. It's THAT good. Of course the cake I take along with my exile to said deserted island needs to be a regenerative cake, or else I don't think it would work out.

So... due to my love of the cake that is chocolate, you can imagine my bliss and the drooling that ensued when I came upon this picture as I was working today. Just look at that gooey decadence. Yum. This picture is from a recent wedding I shot in June, the cake is a dark chocolate mousse cake with strawberry filling topped with chocolate bark and chocolate covered strawberries. It was amazing. This was the only food that I snuck inbetween shots... and I was even able to take a 'to-go' plate :)

I heard an old-wives tale recently that advises single wedding attendees to take a bit of wedding cake home and sleep with it under your pillow (i feel this can get messy), and whoever you dream about that night is the person you will marry.

Sounds fun.

We ate the cake before we went to sleep :)

Friday, July 10, 2009

Decisions Decisions....


Oh we are looking at wedding dresses for a close friend's wedding... This is day-one of our supposed year long search until her wedding July 24, 2010. However, we began our session with a gorgeous lace and crystal A-line dress with a slight sweetheart neckline... And our search came to an abrubt halt. The moment she saw herself her eyes welled up as she began to envision herself as a bride.. She looked at her mom and she immediately joined in the tears. This is beautiful. I can't help but think to myself that this is how these decisions are made... When we put on the dress, or the situation, that makes what we are trying to achieve a reality...our eyes well up and we look to those around us for their approval, realizing that they feel the same way without even having to ask. Decisions likethese are made with certainty... And no matter how many different paths, or dresses, you try on... We always know deep down the one we should choose.

She is going to be gorgeous! I cannot wait to be a part of her day...and watch her walk down the aisle in the very first dress she ever tried on. Congrats Kelsey! You will be stunning!

Included is a picture from their engagement session a couple of weeks ago!

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Panama City!!!

Hello all! I will be in Panama City beach next week the 16th-19th! and I would LOVE to photograph you! Let me know if you want to schedule a session!


panama city beach florida mls

Visting friends will never be so much fun!

I hope you all had a fantastic weekend, I know it's wednesday and you're probably like... Um sarah, the weekend was 3 days ago. Yeah yeah yeahhhh I know. But I've had a hectic 2 days and so now I have time to think about what the weekend was like. The 4th of July is my favorite holiday, so it would be great if you guys could make it yours, too. Ha. It's cool tho.

Tomorrow I will be posting some wedding pictures from a wedding a couple of weeks ago. So check back!

Otherwise, let me know if you or someone you know will be in PCB! I'll be there with camera in hand!

check out www.sarahestherphotography.com for information!

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Sarah
Happy 4th Web-World! I hope today has been full of relaxing and lounging with family and friends. Thank you to all who make a celebration like today possible.

Friday, July 3, 2009

Forget SanFrancisco... I left my heart in PARIS!

Oh Paris... C'est tres magnifique. J'aime Paris et les rues des romance. Oui c'est vrai... les rues sont pleines de romantisme.

I had the wonderful privilege of taking a trip to Paris when I was in 8th grade (thanks moms and pops :))... and while I enjoyed it SO MUCH... I think that I was a little young to really appreciate what I was surrounded by, I mean... how many 8th graders do you know that can truly appreciate the beauty of a royal garden in Versailles? Yea... I thought so. SO naturally... I have decided that I need to go back, just to appreciate it of course, you know, it's my duty. So paris... will you accept me? Delta... will you come up with a round-trip flight for less than $300? Pretttyyy please???

Ugh. Until that happens I am going to be stuck drooling (yes drooling... it happens, ok?) over Elisabeth Millay's Parisian masterpieces. Please check her blog out for you own sake... happy drooling :)


Here are a few of her Parisian photographs:


Thursday, July 2, 2009

Helllo Deals!


I just L-O-V-E a great deal. And ya know what... I love places that offer great deals... so here is a big shout out to TJ Maxx and the $180 jeans that I got for a cool $59. HELLLOOOO savings! :) Now I know that $59 may seem like a few meals to spend on some jeans (and for me it is...) but I'm thinking that a few less meals spent on jeans is equal to a few more years that I can wear them :) All hail giving up a Coffee-Toffee Twisted Frosty for a pair of Sevens!

Never worn a pair? try them on... you won't be dissappointed.

Happy Shopping!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Neely and Austin... wedded at last!

Well here we go! As promised I am now blogging Neely and Austin's wedding! Neely and Austin were married May 16, 2009 in their hometown of Waleska, GA. Yes that's right... their hometown! they met in High School and began dating shortly after that. They dated all through college and finally at the end of their student paths, Austin popped the question. When asking Neely when they met, she will say high school and promptly follow that answer with a 'but we went to middle school together too, I just didn't know him then... the Lord must have saved me from him in middle school because he was wild!' ... Now the only he is wild about is her, and she him... as you can clearly see in their photos.

I had the wonderful priviledge of shooting their wedding as a second shooter for Joy Wilson of Joy Wilson Photography check out her blog here for more of Neely and Austin!

Ceremony Location: First Baptist Curch Waleska, GA
Reception: Reinhardt College





*above photos taken for Joy Wilson of Joy Wilson Photography

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

I've got the sweetest love....

That is currently the song I am listening to... it's going to be a great tuesday! lately life has been full of blessings... unpredicted blessings (which I think is the way blessings are!). I am so thankful for my life and for the things that are happening right now. I've got the sweetest love, there ain't nothing sweeter (more lyrics, I can't get away!)... my sweetest love is Christ and he is so sweet :)

Sunday I attended the Georgia Bridal Show and picked up about 4000 brochures, I like to attend these for information on trends and discounts/promotions that I can pass on to my clients.


Here are all of the brochures... testing my reading and attention span.

Check back tomorrow for a wedding post! Here's a sneak peak!


*Image taken for Joy Wilson of Joy Wilson Photography

Have a terrific tuesday everyone... (and dwell on my fantastic alliteration)

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Britney and Bryce: Engagement

Here are a few of the photos from Britney and Bryce's engagement, you may remember them from the 'teaser' post that I put up a little while ago. I could go on about how in love with each other these two are, but you can clearly see it in the expressions on their faces! (so i'll spare you!) I cannot wait for their wedding in November, it is going to be so much fun... with a couple this easy to photograph it's going to be a dream! Thank you Britney and Bryce for letting me capture your engagement!

Location: Kennesaw Mountain National Battelfield Park, Kennesaw, GA.


Thursday, June 18, 2009

Britney and Bryce are Engaged!

So I had the super-fun privilege of taking Britney and Bryce's engagement photos last week (you may remember that I blogged about them right after!)... I am in love with this couple. They are just too freakin' cute! Here are a few sneak-peak teasers from their session... I'll be ready with the rest sometime next week. There are a lot of photos, and hey.. a girl's gotta eat..and sleep... so check back soon for the rest! For now, enjoy!




be sure to check out www.sarahestherphotography.com for recent sessions too!
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