While the goal of most wedding photographers is to grow their business as large as possible, my biggest hope no matter how much I improve and gain confidence in my abilities is that I'll never lose touch with where I came from and because of that I will always love clients like Kevin and Joanna, who were married back in October at Cranston Country Club.
Kevin and Joanna approached me a few months after I photographed Kevin's sister Kim's wedding back in August of 2016 and told me they were hesitant to book a wedding photographer because they wanted to keep their day a simple, no frills event where everything was as bare bones and basic as possible.
I've learned most times when clients speak like that, they're hoping to have a small wedding with just their closest friends and family members but just because you're not having a giant all-out bash doesn't mean you shouldn't have great photos to remember the day by.
And boy am I glad Kevin and Joanna decided to include me in their special day. Because not only was their wedding full of awesome moments, but it one of the most fun times I had with a couple all year long.
More importantly, we created photos that I know they'll cherish for the rest of their lives.
And, really, isn't that the entire point of shooting weddings?
So, if you'd like to see why small weddings always tend to be some of my favorites of the year, check out Kevin & Joanna's October celebration by clicking here.
As always, thanks for reading and be sure to let me know what you think!