Yes, you read that right – a Star Wars themed Wedding in Milton! How freaking awesome is that?!
When you think of a riverside destination wedding, you don’t often think of St. Clair Michigan. But I am so happy that I had the chance to visit this incredible location!
I have had the opportunity to watch this couple start dating, grow together as a couple, get engaged, get married, have their first baby and now they are getting ready to welcome their second child into the world this fall!
For the past 2 years I have been slowly making my around Huron and Perth Counties photographing beef farming families on their home farms. It has been such a pleasure getting to know all of these farmers and their stories.
“Hey! So, my siblings and I want to buy a family session gift certificate for our parents. We want to do an extended family session in downtown London, Ontario. Also there are 10 adults and 8 kids ranging from 2 months to teenagers.”
Should you invest in a printed wedding album? Let’s discuss. Imagine; your wedding has happened. It was beautiful and everything you dreamed it would be. Six blissfully newly wedded weeks go by and you receive the long awaited email from your photographer. Your wedding gallery is complete! You click the link, thoroughly read EVERY instruction…and begin looking through the hundreds of images of your incredible day. After choosing your favourites, you download them all to a safe folder on your hard drive…You post a bunch of photo dumps on your Instagram and you change your profile pic. Now what?!
Support for small business owners and solopreneurs is one of my many passions that have come to light through running this business of mine. When I started Aiden Laurette Photography, I didn’t realize how quickly it would grow or how lonely that growth could get. I very quickly learned that I am a person that needs value driven interactions with others. I know SO many small business owners that feel the same way! This is a large part of the reason why I felt so called to host the retreat I’m planning in May.
Two: Babies in newborn photos are almost always asleep. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, however I would say 95% of images are with baby asleep. This particularly applies to very posed images inside things like buckets or baskets.