They say a picture is like a thousand words...
I am just going to tell you right now, I like pictures. I like taking them, and I like looking at them. Thais is probably why I am a photographer and not a writer. I don't like writing much. But I do want to share with my visitors my pictures, maybe I will throw in a few words too.
So I have a tendency to get behind in my blogging. It's always a work in progress for me, my New Years goal is always to get better at blogging.
So if you see big gaps in my blogging it's because life has overtaken my goal of blogging. I will be back, I always am.
In honor of my kids going back to school this week and me trying to keep it simple I am having a sale!
The "Keep It Simple Stephanie" sale is...
7 hours of wedding day photography!
Your edited, high resolution gallery on a USB memory drive!
And, your online gallery for friends and family.
Just the basics for $1000.
I can only offer this price until the end of September. You can call or email me to set up a meeting to book your date now.
661-810-4931 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to meeting you and hearing all about your wedding!
In April I shot the sweetest second wedding for Melissa and Brad. It was a beautiful intimate wedding set in the garden of the Bakersfield Museum of Art.
Melissa’s dress looked amazing among the garden sculptures.
She made her bouquet out of antique brooches.
They opted to do a "first look" before the wedding. I love Brad's expression and the fact that the boys were there too.
After the ceremony the family walked down the street to Mexicali for a dinner reception.
Oh, I have big plans for summer vacation. Getting caught up on my blogging is one of them. But seeing as that It's July 2nd already, I am behind.
I have done some amazing weddings that I need to blog and get caught up with. They are coming soon!
In the mean time if you want to see what I am up to instead of blogging you can check out my instagram feed and follow me at @horwedelsa.
I do love summer vacation!
My heart jumped with excitement as I drove to this Carrissa Plains wedding. It was a gorgeous day with a bright blue sky and fluffy white clouds and a bit of a breeze. It had rained just enough for the hills to be green and speckled with a wild flowers. I had been excited to shoot this wedding for a long time. A fellow photographer, Adriane had contacted me to shoot her wedding. I knew it was going to be a special one, just from what I saw on Facebook. The details! Where to begin? The people! Another amazing group of people to work with. I didn't even mind the nickname given to me by one of the groomsmen. I had a blast working on this wedding. It was truly a dream wedding to shoot! Be prepared to look at a lot of pictures.
Adriane took her mom's dress and and reworked it to make it special for her. It was AMAZING!
I love cowboy boots at weddings. The little details in her flowers were so charming.
Who doesn't love a hunting truck at a wedding vehicle? I do!
I mean seriously, how gorgeous is this bride?
Her handsome groom.
These two chose not to see each other until the ceremony.
This group of groomsmen were having a great time. Laughing together, maybe even at me. They were a fun group to work with.
So another cool detail. Adriane and Ethan got married on this little island that they had to completely transform to make a wedding happen there. Including building this bridge! How cool is that?!
There were a million and one amazing details at this wedding!
And now for some wedding pictures. This family and group of friends were all smiles and laughs all day. You could see the love between them all.
She wasn't a fan of getting her picture taken. But it's pretty cute anyways.
Their first walk together as man and wife!
We scheduled lots of time for pictures. A photographer's dream. Even some time for sunset pictures.
I hate to be redundant, but, I had an amazing day working with this bride and groom. It was a dream wedding to shoot and I felt honored to shoot for a fellow photographer.
Thank you Adriane and Ethan!
I am a little behind in my blogging. But I have been honest all along, it’s not my strongest point. I love taking the pictures but writing the words is a whole different story.
But to play catch up, I was so fortunate to work with the sweetest couple Corinne and Caleb. They were married the first weekend in February at the Guild House in Downtown Bakersfield. It was a small, intimate, joyful wedding.
Talk about amazing, Caleb's grandmother made Corinne's Wedding Dress.
Getting ready with the help of Corinne's mother.
Just pure gorgeousness!
And some more!
Looking pretty good there too, Caleb.
I just love when a groom sees his bride for the first time.
Corinne and her Father.
Sweet moments from their ceremony.
The Groom and his men.
The Bride and her girls.
So Seriously, how gorgeous and sweet are these two?