Ever looked through an old photo album with your parents and heard comments like, "Wow, remember that orange shag carpet, babe?" That's the kind of nostalgia that warms my heart - the real life day-to-day memories, the forgotten details of an era. With constant strive to have a perfect, themed blog or Instagram feed, it seems like so many photos these days are entirely staged (myself totally included #realtalk). This shoot with photographer, David Weflen, captured real life moments. We dressed in comfy clothes like we would any day (okay...my hair is not always so perfectly curled on a "normal day". It typically takes frizzy residence on the very top of my head, in the form of a lumpy bun). David encouraged us to be natural, and caught us in our natural habitat. I look forward to looking through these photos years from now to be reminded of our first year, and our first home. I would recommend a home shoot to capture the current, special stage of life that you and your loved ones are experiencing.
A special thanks to David Weflen Photography for capturing these candid moments. I'm looking forward to developing these for an old fashion photo album (what? They still make those?), then, one day our kids will say, "Dad, what's with that cable sweater? That's sooo 2000s." Do any of you still fill hard copy albums?