Dear 2020 Bride,

I have thought long and hard about this post. I spoke with fellow Whatcom County vendors, and gathered advice. The first thing we want you, our "covid brides" to know is this: we are devastated along side you. We are grieving our own losses too, and praying working with you - our hand picked clients - won't be added to the pile. For most of us, 2020 seemed like it was going to be THE year. The year we would reach some huge goals, and set ourselves up for a beautiful and full wedding season. The rug has been ripped out from under us too. Our hearts are heavy for our clients, and our businesses that we've worked so hard to gain momentum with. If you have cried, know that we have too. It's abso

Tips for a Fresh 48

I'm just going to say what everyone is thinking: 2020 is not going as planned. Not personally, or business wise. Isolation is really hard, and staying home and away from family is even harder. As things slowly became more clear, one of the first things to change was hospital policies. While I understood it was to protect everyone, I was devastated for all of the mom's who could no longer have the support team they planned on, or those fresh moments captured. I miss capturing fresh 48's so much, but I want to help expecting parents to capture them with the tools they have at their fingertips. Whether that's a camera they play around with, or a regular cell phone, here are some tips for captur

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