Although location is minor when choosing an engagement session location (a great photographer should use any location to make great imagery) I do love when couples opt for neat locations such as Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA. Regardless of the season, there are always great photo opportunities!
For Lydia and Drew we met on a brisk weekday afternoon at the gardens. The best thing on offseason Garden days- it’s not nearly as busy as a spring or early fall day plus there are tons of colorful options inside the Conservatory and it’s temperature friendly for those colder days! One of my favorite images is smack dab in the middle of the main conservatory room and to catch it completely empty- Score! We’re excited to see this fun and laid back couple next July for their offbeat wedding!
Don’t be shocked.. I’m blogging and hopefully over the next few weeks I can:
1. Get caught up on the blogging I wanted to/ should have/ really procrastinated with from the past year showcasing images from our 2012 wedding and the amazing couples in our MMP client family.
2. Revamp the blog appearance. Nuff’ said.
3. Provide great tid-bits of advice on wedding planning from Venues you won’t want to miss to the best entertainers and designers in the area.. but let’s do one thing at a time here:)
So for this post.. my actual point of reference is we’ve got a space! As of February 2013 we’ve partnered our office meeting space with the fabulous premier DJ’s at Klock Entertainment. Today was our giddy milestone of having our name applied to the door.. yes.. we’re geeking out over here but it’s big stuff in McClain world.. that and getting Kooper and Rhiley to take medication hidden in peanut butter without issue- also a milestone today! As of right now with wedding season vamping up we’re in the office by appointment, but mid-summer/late fall we’ll have posted office drop in hours every week/two weeks depending on the need. Thanks to all of our amazing clients who without your love and support, we wouldn’t be where we are today.. giddy (not to be mistaken for giggiddy)!