So we found out this weekend that there is a southern folklore that if you bury a bottle of Bourbon at the site you are to marry it will keep the rain away on your wedding day. Good to know!
Hi Folks! I have been getting a lot of questions about if we are doing Petite Sessions this year. And we are! In both Tulsa and OKC. So here is what we have going:
October 25th: Tulsa Petite Sessions
This is our first year to be doing Petite Sessions in Tulsa and I’m so excited! We will be in an indoor space for this shoot, very simple white backdrop so you can let your clothing and personality take center stage for these photos.
November 21st: Night Before Christmas Petite Sessions
Back by popular demand, we are bringing back our Night Before Christmas shoot! The decor will be a little different but we will have a bed to jump on and feathers to throw :-) So start searching for Christmas PJ’s now!
Here are the details:
- 20 Minute Sessions
- Disk with 8 photos
- 5×7 Print
- Photo Release
- Session Cost: $200
If you are interested in booking, contact me at email@example.com. Looking forward to seeing you all soon!
I have a confession: I hate blogging. Really it is just because I am a picture person, and I never know the words to say. But the one thing I get excited to talk to people about is traveling.
When we aren’t hanging out behind our cameras, travel is our thing. We are constantly plotting and imagining our next vacation. This past summer we were lucky to have some time to hop over the pond to France. Some of our most favorite experiences when traveling have been personal recommendations from friends, so we want to share our trip and recommendations with you! Over the next few posts we will go over where we traveled and our Yays and (some) Nays for each area. I’ve bolded our favorite things in each location.
I hope that if you are planning a fun French trip soon that these tips will help!
So we started our trip in the south of France, specifically we stayed in an area near Nice called Antibes. It is a charming costal city with plenty of restaurants and beaches to hang out.
- Gorgeous & lively
- On the sea so beach time
- Close to Italy, so you get both types of food!
- Small but easy to get around
- The Picasso Museum — We both loved it..and the AC it provided
- Interesting Night Walks- we saw fire dancers, naked photo shoots and yachts the size of a walmart.
- HOT in the summer
- Location matters– even though we loved the airbnb we stayed at, it was about a 15-20 minute hot and sweaty walk to the edge of town. If you want to have the full experience you might want to stay in town.
- Kind of far from some of the more famous Riviera areas like Nice, Monaco. You might consider renting a car if you want to explore all the Riviera areas.
- La Caravand Passe– A gem of a cafe a little away from the main drag. We found it on the walk from our airbnb to town. There is a cafe behind an adorable shop (think Terrain) and a tiny patio to have a drink and fresh, simple food.
- Le Vauban – We ordered the Menu here (three courses and then you often get little nibbles in-between called amuse-bouche), and this place had my FAVORITE amuse-bouche– tomatoes in a pesto sauce topped with a mozzarella fluff– think a little more stiff and porous mozzarella whip cream. It was amazing. A little more dressy here, I would suggest no shorts.
- Gelato: Since this area is so close to Italy, it’s a great place to get gelato. But go to the places that aren’t super fancy and say Italian gelato (not gelati).