my experience as a model...

Well not really... Steph Carson took some "head shots" (I use that term very loosely) for me.

We started out with a divine little lunch - I had a BLT with red pepper mayonnaise & kettle chips.... I digress.

I realized today I am not very comfortable in front of the camera alone. With friends, I'm good. With Kevin (my husband), even better. Alone... I feel silly. Maybe it was the fact Steph was photographing me in the Art Museum or maybe it was her special lens that requires her to get 6 inches from my face. Or maybe I just like to laugh - especially around Steph. We spent 90% of the day laughing. I can't wait to see the end result.


Bitter Bridesmaids Bash

The Bitter Bridesmaids Bash was more fun than you can imagine. I had a great time mingling, networking, bar-hopping & all for a good cause. I think Kenzie's Closet received over 150 dresses. I can't wait for next year. I'm posting several pics from the night. As you can see we had a blast in the photobooth.

Photo of Nancy (Brideface) and me - it was really nice to hang out with each other outside of weddings.

Several of us trying to look "bitter"

A photo I swiped from Nancy's blog who swiped it from April @ Bluebird Photography's blog (did you get that?). I had no clue I was being photographed.


Two Weddings - One Weekend

Wow. Two weddings in one weekend... am I crazy? Maybe. The weddings were completely different but both couples enjoyed insanely warm weather (ok maybe enjoyed is too strong of a word) no rain & plenty of sun.

Lindsay & Bob had a Friday night Catholic ceremony followed by a reception at the Mariner's Inn. I had the pleasure of working with Rachel at Rocketree ( again and TCB DJ's ( for the first time. I think the evening came together just as Lindsay expected...with a few improvisions.

On Sunday (thank goodness it was a Bengals bye week!) Alisha & Lee tied the knot in one of the most untraditional ceremonies I have ever had the pleasure of attending. The ambience of the night was effortlessly (is that a word?) cool modern edgy & intimate. I can't wait to see the pictures - it was my first time working with Tine Hofmann ( & I hope to work with her again soon. Oh & did I mention the food was divine - catered by Maggianos. The staff did an amazing job. My lesson learned for the day... heels, no matter how comfortable, are not ideal for cobblestone.

I need a nap.