Archive for September, 2010
David is an athletic young man coming from the class of 2011 at Forest Hills Eastern. He has played hockey for many years and enjoys watching football. His plans after high school are to attend Northern Michigan University. We met at Robinette’s Apple Orchard for his session and added his dachshund, Sam, in a few of the photos, but I think Sam was much more interested in staying nice cool.
David, I hope your final year in high school is a ton of fun and is filled with great memories.
Miss Sela is becoming a big girl all too quickly, and has had one eventful year. With all the stuff she has had going on for her this past year, I will say she’s one little soldier and I’m so happy to see her smiling, happy, and strong. You can tell her big blue eyes are nothing but curious and ambitious as she would try to climb up slides by herself and let herself slide back down when she was ready. I met with her at Robinette’s Apple Orchard for her one year session and her big brother, Owen, joined in with a few shots here and there. He’s such a funny little man. While I was photographing Sela, he was doing his best to entertain all of us with his knock-knock jokes and silly faces, but I will say I’m so proud to see him be such a good older brother trying to hug his sister and hold her up as she tries to walk. I can tell they are going to be really good buddies.
Miss Harper Grace Marckini!!!
This sweet little darlin’ was born August 1, 2010 at 7:14 am, weighing in 7 lbs and 3 oz and 19 in long. She did so well for her first photo session, and she even managed to rock a few accessories. Harper is just such a wonderful bundle of goodness and sweetness that even her little cries had me cooing and awing.
Congratulations, Courtney and Scott on your little girl!! I’m sure she brings plenty of joy to both of your lives.
Nine months sure does come fast. Let me rephrase that…Nine months old sure does come fast, especially for sweet Brynn. We met at Grotto Park with her big cousin, Yamilet. They were dressed in matching sundresses and were as cute as ever. I love these too darlings so much!!
Clouds filling up the sky. Sand sifting through your toes. Tiny little waves crashing on the shore. This was the setting for Susie and Kellen’s Part I of their wedding on the beaches of Grand Haven. Their wedding was filled with only the closest friends and family members as they witnessed Susie and Kellen exchange nuptials. It was simple, smalled, and filled with so much love. Kellen’s two little girls were also participants with the ceremony, including the sand pouring as a gesture of uniting the four of them as a family. I loved that Susie was delivered to the ceremony site in her soon-to-be Father-in-law’s pink Cadillac and that her colors were teal and orange for a beach wedding. It’s a great reminder of how fun and vibrant summer can be and how Susie and Kellen are. Kellen was so calm, collected and so absolutely sweet as he waited for his bride to arrive. There was no doubt you can see the love in their eyes and what their really meant for them.
Part II of their wedding weekend extravaganza took place the following evening at the Knights of Columbus. Their reception stayed true to the fun beach theme from the day before. There was hula hooping, an ice cream sundae bar, lots of dancing, alot more friends and family, and tons of love and laughter. It was a great night for 2 nights of wedding fun.
Congratulations Susie and Kellen!! Your wedding was fun and beautiful and I’m so honored to have been a part of such a fantastic weekend with you guys!