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Brynn and Eric are MARRIED! They tied the knot on the most gorgeous fall day at The Bowery Barn! Brynn and Eric had a micro wedding – which if you’ haven’t heard of before, are smaller, shorter wedding days. I have been LOVING this trend because the focus of the day is about the couple beginning a new chapter together. Their wedding had a timeless vibe with a lot of greenery and fun details that showcased Brynn and Eric’s easy-going personality.
Allie and Mark met through a mutual friend. Mark contacted Allie on Facebook messenger (thank goodness she responded!) and they started talking. They had their first date at Texas Roadhouse where Allie worked at the time and started dating shortly after. Their day was absolutely stunning from start to finish. They celebrated on the most perfect mid-September day – the sun was shining and the fall colors were just starting to peek out. I loved how heartfelt each moment of their day was.
Picture this – you’re 15 years old and you’re a freshman in high school. You meet a person that is really special and a year later you start dating them – and you never stop dating them. That’s what happened with Cat and Reese!
I am SO excited to share this session with all of you. There are some sessions where everything comes together – the light, the cute doggies, the outfits. Ahh! Everything about Brynn and Eric’s session was just PERFECT. The GLOW you see in these photos is the reason why I try and do most of my sessions during golden hour. It is just STUNNING.
2020 has thrown us all for a loop! I could probably fly to Europe and back three times with my flight vouchers from cancelled trips this year. This year, my hubby and I had plans to visit 3 National Parks – if you didn’t know we have a goal to visit ALL of the US National Parks someday! None of that happened obviously. But we still had planned vacation days and we decided to use them to explore our great state!
We decided on Perrot State Park (near Lacrosse) and Mirror Lake State Park (near Wisconsin Dells). We spent 5 days and 4 nights camping – 2 nights in each park. Here’s a recap of our trip! I hope it helps you think of some ideas to safely take a trip during a pandemic.