The last few weeks have been amazing here in the Houseman household. We have some exciting things in the works and some awesome weddings coming up this summer. We’ve seen a lot of our past clients in the last few weeks and we often wonder how we got so lucky to work with such amazing people.
Last week we were fortunate enough to have Jessie and Jason’s Day After Session featured on The Charity Wedding. Make sure that you check out their Trash the Dress Friday: In An Old Mining Town feature and leave a little bit of blog love.
This past Sunday, Adam was able to catch up with Tina, Dan, and their dog Moe during their Denver Engagement session. Its amazing we were able to schedule it between the recent spring storms we have had. We can’t wait for their wedding this July… it’s going to be a good one!
Happy Hump Day! 🙂
So this post may seem a little backwards. You’ve already seen Ryan and Caki’s Denver Wedding, but the night before they had an incredible rehearsal dinner at Restaurant Kevin Taylor at the Hotel Teatro in Denver. Adam and I were lucky enough to get an invite to Ryan and Caki’s intimate dinner with their family and friends.
The night was full of delicious food, wine, laughter, and epic toasting. Adam and I felt right at home with both of their families and we got to know all of them on a personal level. We thought we would share some photos from the dinner because when it came down to it we wanted an excuse to show off the FOOD! 😉
Man, do we love food photography. Happy Monday!
What I love most about working in the wedding industry is all the people we meet. Its not just photographers, it is florists, caterers, and everyone else in between. In the end we all have a purpose for being at a wedding and it is to make the couple’s day memorable. The same can be said for family portraits. Photographers are there to document a families life one glimpse or one moment at a time.
Its not often that we do family sessions, but when we do we LOVE it! When we met Kyle, Tanya, and Elizabeth for the first time it was magical. Not only are they a beautiful family, but they are so happy! Elizabeth’s smile puts a smile on your face and her laugh is contagious. She is so full of life and so much fun to be around.
They are a tight little family unit and we are so happy we were able to document them. Kyle also happens to be the chef/owner of TKE Catering here in Denver, which is an acronym for Tanya, Kyle, and Elizabeth. Talk about family owned and operated!
Make sure you check out TKE Catering’s website for your next event in Denver. Happy Monday! 😉
As parents we’re always on the quest for that perfect picture of our kids. We try to bribe them and they run off, hide, make funny faces, or frown because they know they will ruin the picture.
Cynthia always wanted professional photos of her boys. She knew her boys were getting to the age that they were “too cool” for photos. Eli and Zoe are in the same class and you might remember this photo of Eli that Adam captured on the play ground one day after school.
So, we set a date and Adam headed out to try and capture Micah and Eli. There’s something that happens in front of the camera with kids and Adam. He just knows how to get them to do what he wants and their personality just shines through. This is one of my favorite family sessions that Adam has done and I wanted to share it with you because really… Micah and Eli are SO cute and natural in front of the camera.
Happy Wednesday! 🙂