The new Clark’s ads, as well as my latest purchase from them, are making me feel [slightly] better about the fact that the orthopedist is telling me basically to wear old lady shoes for the rest of my life. Clearly, that won’t happen (especially not with 3 weddings in the next month!), but I’m vowing to treat my feet better as much as I can.
If you have other non fugly options, please send them my way!
A few more favorites from the wedding. I couldn’t have asked for a better first wedding shoot experience - beautiful weather and setting, an easy and gracious bride and groom, and a FUN crowd! The band, Boston Common, kept the crowd on their feet and spilling off the dance floor all night.
First post is here - don’t forget to answer the question - I need your help!
Here’s where I need your help as I try to find the right balance between quantity and quality. So, brides and grooms-to-be and those already married: how many photographs is enough? How many did your photographer send you? What’s the line between “I wish there were more photos of my crazy uncle getting down on the dance floor” to “ugh, if I have to see one more photo my eyes are going to bleed!?”
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The park is magic after the rain… complete with a violinist in the Greywacke Arch.
I am pretty good about capturing visual memories, but I should remember to listen and record the sounds of the city more. One day I will try to remember what it sounded like - that saxophonist in the mall in central park, the Mr. Softee truck’s jingle, the squeal of children playing in the hydrant on our block, and maybe even the voice of the 6 train.
Well, one half of the duo, Whitney, recently graduated from Parsons and is launching a wedding line in the fall. Along with gowns, she’ll offer a selection of bridesmaid and garden party dresses. Surely with her clean, simple, feminine aesthetic, it will be just gorgeous. Is there anything this chick doesn’t do?