times. Weddings are overwhelming to plan! They just are. It’s easy to get frustrated and just not care about the little details. However, sometimes completing really simple tasks can be a GREAT way to motivate a bride! This project takes 3 minutes and it would add SO much to a centerpiece!! AND the best part is that if someone was to make these Doilie cups for their whole reception, it probably wouldn’t cost more than $15!!!! Crazy! So enjoy today’s SIMPLE DIY wedding project! If you noticed, this is a “PART 1” post, so there will be another “Doilie Detail” post coming one day soon!!
So all I used for this project were two different sized doilies, scissors and some doublesided tape! You just simply cut the embellished border off and tape the two ends together and wa-la! You have an adorable doilie cup to display flowers in or candles or pearls…. the ideas are endless! So if you’re planning a wedding and you don’t want just plain tealights around your centerpieces, consider this option!! Ps. I totally didn’t come up with this idea on my own… Pinterest gets some credit for this one!
Welcome to December’s Student Spotlight!! It’s a new month and we have new photographers to celebrate!! I’m so thankful for them and for their willingness to give of their time and share their stories!!!
This shoot was supposed to happen about a month earlier on the exact day that leftover rains from a hurricane swept through Washington. I’m so thankful we rescheduled! Our reschedule date was absolute perfection! The temperature, the glow, the locations…. it was beautiful! Tyler and Abby’s outfit choices were wonderful and the leaves were full of color and still hanging on the trees.
When Michael and I were in our early years of dating, I would go on trips with his family for Thanksgiving and summer trips to West Virginia and I spent time with his cousins! “Bri-Bri” was so little! He’s the youngest of all of the cousins and it’s crazy to think that he’s old enough to be getting MARRIED! He’s actually older than we were when we got married!! We have known Shannon for years and we were THRILLED when we heard that Brian had proposed because we always hoped that would happen!!!
Maybe it’s just me…. but I feel like this fall is FLYING by! It seems like just the other day that I was sharing about three more KJ Students who are doing amazing things in their businesses! Well, this weeks marks the beginning of November and I have three amazing students to introduce you too!!!
This session is beautiful… if I do say so myself! It’s colorful, it’s vibrant, it’s full of joy and it’s also LONG! It’s a lengthy post because I just had so many favorites and I absolutely loved my time with these two last week! Paige, like a lot of our brides, is a photographer herself! She’s talented, full of life, energetic and creative. I felt the pressure to take this location that she knows well and make it look fresh and knew to her!! Nikhil is an audio engineer for Apple (which we think is fascinating!) and despite hardly ever wearing a suit, he wore one for Paige and made all of her outfit dreams come true!
I’m so excited to share this final 2020 Wedding with you all!! It’s a special one! We photographed this beautiful wedding day on our own 10 year anniversary! Ten years ago on this day, we were celebrating in my parent’s backyard under a massive white tent too! This was my brother-in-law’s baby sister’s wedding day and celebrating with the Malizia family was such a treat! They are a family MADE for weddings!