In 1946, two people said “I do” in a small church in southwestern Pennsylvania - the bride wore a locket around her neck that her husband had gifted her before setting off to war, just a few years before. Seventy-two years later, that locket made another trip down the aisle.
When I walked down the aisle to marry my best friend, I had a little piece of my grandparent's love story with me, my grandma’s locket, wrapped safely around my bouquet. The day was everything I had ever hoped for, surrounded by loved ones making joy filled memories while Andy and I were getting to start the rest of our lives together.
It wasn't until after my wedding when I realized how important legacy is. Your wedding day comes and goes and all you have to remember it by are cherished memories and the images captured. I have a handful of pictures of my grandparent’s but none from their wedding day. The ones I have, I hold so close to my heart because their love story is so special.
When naming my business, I wanted to make the name mean something because what I do goes far beyond who I am. My clients invite me into their love stories and that is something I do not take lightly.
Both, mine and my grandparent's love stories set my heart on fire to capture the love of others. I want to help you leave a legacy for your children and your grandchildren to look back on and see two people madly in love – giving them something to look up to and images to hold closely to their heart.