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The single biggest wedding-day scheduling question that all brides and grooms must answer is whether they are willing to see each other before their wedding ceremony or not. If they will, we can take care of their portraits early in the wedding day, before the bride and groom make their first public appearance. There are […]

Happy Monday everyone! I had quite the weekend, having a blast photographing a group of four high school senior guys around Seattle. That work technically falls under Senioritis Photography, the baby brother studio to first-born Wallflower, a dedicated brand of high-end senior portrait photography that I’m slowly building on the side. I really enjoy how […]

We just spotted this article on MSNBC about the impact of the impending recession on wedding budgets and thought it was worth commenting on. It says that the average cost of a wedding — close to $29,000 — is expected to dip slightly for the first time this decade, and mentions ways that couples are […]

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