This is a bit of a crazy week for us, you guys. I’ll admit- I’m a little intimidated going into it! First up: a full day of filming tomorrow with Handspun Cinema for a SUPER fun project we’ll be bringing you in just over a month! And then early Thursday morning, I’m flying down to […]

  • Jean - I guess that tourists don’t normally see wedding couples at the memorials and they are so beautiful, it’s hard to resist! Your granny would think nothing of you uttering those words. She’s been around long enough to understand the frustration of the DC area traffic and not brave enough to take it on. Just be safe!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth - I agree with Jean….plus to me when I was a bride I felt like a celebrity LOLReplyCancel

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bride more excited to walk down the aisle than Jessie. No, really- she came down that aisle faster than anyone I’ve ever seen. And throughout the smiles and appreciative giggles of those in the congregation, you could recognize something sweeter- not nerves, but readiness! They’d been waiting for this day […]

  • Rudney Novaes - Love it! The images are both soft and sharp at the same time!!! 🙂 Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Meredith Sledge - Loooooove!! So many pretty portraits! Love the up close ones!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Wow!! Everything about these photos is just gorgeous! So much beauty!ReplyCancel

  • Chelsea Islin - Oh my gosh these pictures are stunning!!! The neutral colors are perfect for the end of summer affair!ReplyCancel

  • Meghan - So beauitful , every aspect. Just flawless!!ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah - What a beautiful dress. I especially love the back of it. Great pictures!ReplyCancel

It was a typical weekday night in mid-November of 2013- I was sitting on the couch in the living room, most likely working on a blog post or edits, and Matt was in the kitchen doing the dishes. I heard the tinkling sound of breaking glass, rolled my eyes, and asked “what was it that […]

  • Ashley Eiban - Oh girl. I totally feel you. I’m the worst at getting upset at the smallest things and holding them all against my husband… even if he wasn’t the reason. So thankful he teaches me grace every day!! Thanks for your realness!!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - You two are so sweet. I love how you care for each other. True love!ReplyCancel

  • Meredith Sledge - This made me cry. You have a good husband, Abby!! His reaction was the most beautiful picture of Christ.ReplyCancel

  • Laura Hernandez - Love you two to pieces! Can’t wait to finally get to meet Matt in person someday. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Wendy Hodge - Oh this gave me the feels! What a great blog entry. Thank you for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Brooke Michelle - Gah! I needed this today! You are so wise!ReplyCancel

  • Alicia - Learning and growing with one another is the sign of a strong partnership! You both are so lucky to have one another!!ReplyCancel

  • D-Nice - This made me cry! And I’m in public right now! I’m the girl eating her lunch alone in Panda Express with tears in her eyes. Ha! Thanks for writing this. It hits pretty close to home.ReplyCancel

  • Dad - As much as Laura needed this I needed it more! Thanks for sharing AbsReplyCancel

Happy Monday, friends! Today’s awesome. Know why? Because I cleaned my office on Friday for a fun shoot/project with Kaitlyn Phipps, which means my desk is clutter-free this morning!! And I’m realizing what a huge difference that makes- if my office is a mess, it’s likely going to mean I end up working from the […]

  • Lyn O'Connell - I’m so glad we happened to be sitting outside along the balcony for our fateful crossing of paths at Stone Tower! It was such a joy to see you and watching you work it like the professional you are! Hopefully we see more of you soon! <3ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Ditto on the neat workplace. My sewing room is my worst offense. I love Lily, too!ReplyCancel

  • Karen Field aka Mom - Lily is my favorite, too.ReplyCancel