Driving up the long stately drive to the Crosley estate was followed by goosebumps. With the sounds of the old-time music that matched the vintage Model-A family car – I just knew it was going to be an incredible day. Every little detail throughout the celebration was carefully planned. One of my favorite moments was watching the couple plant a tree during their ceremony. Even the sun peeked out from behind the clouds to back light the couple. After the ceremony we had fun photographing the couple at our favorite locations around the gorgeous grounds. The first dance under the fabric and chandeliers – was text book story-tale! Although it was a little too wet for the ceremony to be in the orchard we saved that favorite for the golden hour lighting – it was perfect! Once the dance floor opened it was packed We especially loved when the guys decided to bring in a little country with the song Wagon Wheel! Congrats Kate and Steven – we wish you two all the very best and are so thankful that you asked us to document your wonderful day. Also a big thanks to all of their family, friends and super talented wedding professionals. 

Ceremony and Reception: The Pinecroft at Crosley Estate
Caterer: Funky’s Catering
Wedding Dress: Nordstrom Bridal Chicago
Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal
Tuxes and Groom’s Attire: Men’s Warehouse
Makeup: Chenese Bean Makeup Artistry
Hair: Sam with I Do Up Do
Officiant: Adam Manson
Jeweler: Hannoush Jewerlers
Flowers and Decor: Floral Verde
Cake: A Spoon Fulla Sugar
Favors: Sweet Greek Alchemies – Etsy
DJ: Steve Bender Entertainment
Invitations: Dirty Helen Paper Company

Meet Adorable Andrew

Category: Portraits | June 8th, 2017

This little family added a sweet little boy. I just know that Andrew and JP are going to be best buds! Those little hands together of the brothers show the scale of their size difference. Congrats Andrea and Jim – your family is so cute!

Summer is the perfect time for photos at the Cincinnati Nature Center. We were blessed with an incredible evening. The trails were starting to become overgrown and the golden hour lighting was inspiring. I also loved getting to meet their sweet dogs! My favorite photo of the four of them was just before we left the park – after walking around to the best spots the dogs were just a little bit calmer. They loved being bribed with cheese. Next we headed downtown to take photos at Smale park with the night lights. Connie and Thomas, I can’t wait for your wedding next year. I just know your guests will love seeing these photos on your Save the Dates and wedding website!