We added a new sample of wedding photography to our web page today. Adria & Jeremy were married September 2015 in Jacksonville, Illinois. Their ceremony was at MacMurray College’s Annie Merner Chapel, and reception at Hamilton’s 110 North East.
We’ve been hearing frustrating stories from families who had to wait for months for their photographer to deliver their wedding photos. Adria and Jeremy not only received their photos from us in the same month, but also picked their top images and had their wedding album to share at Christmastime.
Our wedding photography will be on display during The Elegant Bridal Expo 12-4pm Sunday January 10, 2015 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield, Illinois. The bridal show features 90+ exhibitors, swag bags, complimentary subscription to Brides magazine, door prizes, $500 in Bridal Bucks for every Bride, and more.
Register for free tickets at Elegant Bridal Expo’s web site. See flyer on our Facebook wall. Get more details at Elegant Bridal Expo/Springfield Facebook event page. The event draws wedding vendors from the Springfield region including DJs, wedding limousine services, wedding florists, wedding dresses, and more. The winter bridal expo can draw 400 people or more, so register soon and be sure to get there early to get your swag bag!
Something not wedding photography related . . . Tiffany Warmowski was, I guess you can say honored, to be included in the latest episode of the Mortifed podcast. Tiffany explains . . .
There’s a podcast and stage show called Mortified, where adults read the diaries they wrote as teenagers. I was listening to this podcast when they had a call for horrible teen poetry. This is a tongue-in-cheek contest sponsored with the Poetry Foundation. Well, in addition to books and books of diary pages, I also have quite the collection of really, really bad poetry I wrote as a teenager. I chose two poems and called the phone number where I read each poem and gave a little background on why I wrote each one. Well, apparently my horrible poem, titled, “Yesterday” stuck out to them. You can hear me on the podcast reading part of the poem I wrote as a freshman in high school. Let’s just say that “Mortified” is a very accurate description of how I’m feeling!