At this time of year, we have an opportunity to reflect. I don’t do this terribly often, preferring to look ahead and move forward, but I find it really is nice to remind myself how lucky I am. With regards to our work, I can’t imagine being more fortunate. Dave and I both love what we do- we get to be creative in so many different ways.
We love our clients. Our brides and grooms are from so many different walks of life and have so many interesting stories, from all over the country (from San Francisco and Boston to Chicago, New York and Portland to Washington DC and Phoenix).
I love their heritage (Jewish, Chinese, Filipino, Catholic, Japanese),

bride and groom kiss during Jewish wedding, while guests dance the Horah around them- san jose city hall rotunda and fairmont fourth street summit center- california wedding

their romance (boy rescuing girl with a lost show (aka Cinderella) at a party to getting engaged on a mountain top)
bride and groom to be in marblehead mass - north of boston- for engagement session
and their personalities (fun, funny, thoughtful, intelligent, creative).

bride and her bridesmaids in Jail at the Mad Art Gallery- St. Louis, Mo

Our clients have become our friends. And we are thrilled that we have been able to keep in touch through the years to see their families grow. (A special thank you to Facebook for making that even easier!)
We have been able to work with some of the most creative professionals in the wedding industry. Our colleagues teach us and support us. We are all better for these relationships.

View of Plaza Ballroom- wedding reception design by David Tutera in Manhattan, New York

And Dave and I get to work together!
photo of Boston wedding photography husband and wife team in tampa fl by paul johnson
Like I said, we really are unimaginably lucky.
With that, I would like to thank all of our fabulous clients, our wonderful family, and our peers for helping us do what we do. We love you all. Here’s to a fabulous 2009!