What to wear. It doesn't have to be stressful Here are my top tips for getting your family holiday photo ready: Pick a color pallet that you like (search Pinterest for color pallet ideas they are amazing for that) A "coordinated look" is the way to go. Please god, don't have everyone in
Every sweet kiddo that comes to Cool Yules looks amazing (of course thanks to Mom who painstakingly searches for the perfect outfit). This year at Cool Yule I noticed some cute trends, so I thought I'd highlight a few. Timeless looks are always my favorite, but honestly even the trends like this
Where to Go The very first question I get asked when a my couple's book an engagement session is, "where should we go?" I have lots of beautiful places that I can recommend and I am always happy to do that, but I really like it best when a location has meaning to you. Where was your first date?
Lets talk about what to wear to your photo shoot....trust me, I know how hard this can be! I plan for months when I have to pull my own family together (click here to see exactly how I approach this). First, let me tell you...you don't have to go so far away from your every day. You don't have
Family photos are just as important to me as they are to you! I have to walk the walk once a year the same as all my clients and gather up the courage to get in front of the camera. You might be surprised to hear this, but I hire a photographer for my own family. I mean, try being a hairdresser
Do you have a hard time choosing outfits for your family photo session? I know I do! Amanda pulls this look together like a pro...so I say, ask the professional! Check out her blog over at The Penny Parlor here to see all the tips and tricks to pull off a seamless, styled (and NOT matchy) style
Almost every single family that comes to me for portraits asks the dreaded question...."What do I wear??" I always say the same things: don't be afraid of color don't feel like matching everyone is the only way to go don't put your kids in clothes that are totally outside their normal