I want to share this beautiful and intimate wedding with you. I want you to enjoy the photos and let them tell you the story, see if you can discover why photography is so important to me as a tool to transport us back in time and to tell the story of relationships, even without words to describe.
Our best family memories seem to be made when we spend some time outdoors together, and nothing makes the kids feel more accomplished than when they complete a hike. I always make sure to make a big deal of it and point out how proud they feel of themselves and how proud I am of them, building in those positive feelings around outdoor adventures.
My first Stampede I attended was with Curtis, just after we had started dating on Canada Day…It rained and cleared out all of the lines on the midway so we grabbed bags of mini-donuts and wandered around under the lights, finding ourselves right by the fireworks…We watched them while holding hands and it was one of those moments of pure joy, there with my summer (and forever) love.
Jennifer opens up and shares some incredible advice, discovered through five years of marriage: Don't sweat the small stuff and give each other grace. Sounds so simple, but sometimes our expectations of what we thought life would be block us from the greatness that God has for us. Being present along this journey is more important than the destination itself.