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fridays are for fun

Well here we are, it's already Friday, which means it's time for us to share some of the highlights from our week:

We are finding that most of our days begin long before the sun comes up. This is only because Parker loves the  five o clock hour. If you know anything about me, you know that I am not a morning person. I didn't even know it was possible to function at this time of day ;)

Enjoyed seeing quite a few friends this week. With life being so crazy for us, I feel like all of our visits were long overdue. Feeling thankful.

I think it's safe to say, we are loving every moment of these gorgeous fall evenings here in Chico.

As some of you may have seen on Facebook, we found the biggest spider EVER last night . I would show you a picture, but I can't even stand to look at it. This is scary stuff, people.

It was a big week for Parker:  He started eating cereal and crawling. Goodbye old life. The adventures have officially begun :)

Shot a lovely family session last night. Which reminds me, we are booking fall portrait sessions -- please email us for details.

Went to the dentist this week and had no cavities. Bring on the candy corn... (In case my dentist  is reading this, don't worry, I always limit my intake to one bag per week ;) )

Dreaming about our next trip to Cannon Beach. We just got home last Thursday, and already miss our favorite place in the world.

And in case you missed, we shared some big announcements on the blog this week. (see posts below) #kstonenews

Well, have a great weekend friends! We might get really crazy and carve a pumpkin :) K and K and P

This picture courtesy of our iPhone  

join us

As most of you know, we love adoption! We are so thankful for the many organizations that support orphans and birth parents, and provide resources for families looking to adopt. Adoption is beautiful and life changing.

For anyone who has ever invested in our work, we want you to know that you were a part of a bigger story. Because of you, we were able to adopt our son, Parker. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you. Thank you so much.

For our future clients, we want you to know that 5 percent of every dollar you spend, will go towards adoption and orphan ministries. We are very excited about this!

So will you join us? Join us in loving orphans around the world. Join us as we give to something bigger than ourselves. We can't wait to see what happens! K and K and P




A Lord Hill Farms Wedding: Brett and Devon

Brett and DevonMarch 25, 2013 Lord Hill Farms, Snohomish, Washington "This is my beloved, this is my friend." Song of Solomon Brett and Devon are authentic and FULL of joy. Together, they will change the world for Jesus. We love these two so much!

These two are super special people; our grandparents. They have left a legacy bigger than themselves. 

Brett and Devon chose to serve communion to their guests, a very special moment.

This is just the start of so much laughter and fun. What an awesome reception...


a beautiful beginning

I have tried to finish this post for days. I think I finally realized that it may never be fully finished. It is a journey so complex and emotional and amazing, that I know there will always be more to remember. So for now, this is our story on paper:

Three weeks ago, our life changed. Forever.

Three weeks ago, we met Parker's birthparents. Three weeks ago, we sat across a picnic table from two people, who would ultimately make the most courageous and selfless decision of their lives, in trusting us to raise their beautiful son.

Our lives collided with two people, (who we will call Joe and Krista), in a story that became the last chapter of this adoption journey.

We first heard from Joe on Parker's due date. It was an email through our blog. He shared a small bit of their story, with no promises of adoption. However, as we exchanged emails, we all felt compelled to meet.

You should also know that we were in Oregon, when he emailed. Joe and Krista live in Oregon, so our first meeting was a miracle in itself.

Our meeting was brief, but overwhelming. Joe and Krista had been through so much. Sadly, Oregon DHS was involved in their lives, threatening to take their son into custody the minute he was born. And so they were desperate for a better answer. Desperate to give their child a more certain future, yet completely torn over the thought of not raising their son. Adoption was not their first choice.

Their story left us heartbroken. Heartbroken for them, for all of their pain. Heartbroken for the choices that they would have to make.

We returned to Chico, not knowing what Joe and Krista would choose. There had been no commitment to an adoption plan, only a commitment to choose us, if they were to make a plan.

It left us confused, not knowing what our role was, but sensing that God had brought us all together. With Krista's due date past, we knew that every day mattered. So we prayed with more intensity than I have ever known. We prayed for clarity.

As we sorted through our thoughts, we decided that we would definitely support Joe and Krista, no matter what. We felt called to do that. We also realized that this would mean driving back to Oregon, with a lot of unknowns.

So on Monday, April 8th, when we received the call that Krista had gone into labor, we drove north. We had no idea what we would face. They had asked us to come, but not to the hospital.

And then, late that evening, we received a text that they wanted us to visit them.

This invitation led to the next eighteen hours at the hospital. Kenny and Joe would go for walks, while I sat with Krista in the early hours of her labor. We paced the halls. We prayed. And we all stayed by each other's side as if we had been friends for years. As Krista progressed into harder labor and throughout her three and a half hours of pushing, I remained next to her.

At this point, we still had no idea what would happen with Parker. They  had dreams of parenting. And we just hung onto God -- knowing He had called us here.

Parker was born via C section at 2:15pm on April 9th. The Oregon DHS arrived at the hospital at 4:00pm on that day.

The news wasn't good for Joe and Krista: On what should have been one of the happiest days of their life, there was great sadness. Grief over the reality that they would not walk out of the hospital as a family. Grief over the fact that they would have to make the hardest decision of their life, in the next two and a half days.

Parker would either go into foster care for many months, while Joe and Krista walked through a grueling process to fight for their parenting rights. or Parker would be adopted by us.

And so our prayers became prayers for peace. That whatever Joe and Krista decided, they would have peace to move through all of this. We knew either choice was going to be hard.

For the next three days, we stayed at or near the hospital. We would spend time with Joe and Krista. We would spend time with Parker; seeing him as their son. Some of our family members came down to support us --  which helped more than we could have imagined.

There were times of great peace and strength for us. And there were times of exhaustion and sadness. It was very hard.

It was hard to see the overwhelming grief of Joe and Krista. It was hard to imagine Parker going home with a stranger. It was hard to trust God, no matter what.

On Friday afternoon, Krista asked me to come to her room. She was in her clothes, standing near the bed. All I remember is hugging one another right away. We held onto each other and cried, long hard tears. Nurses came in and out. And I will never forget the moment that Krista told me to love Parker and take care of him for the rest of my life. She asked me to be his mom.

There aren't words to describe that moment. I cry every time I think of it. Krista is a hero to me. I don't believe for a moment that I am any better of a mom than Krista -- only that our paths were at different places. I cry because I know how much she loves Parker -- enough to trust him to us. Joe and Krista are beautiful people.

The following hours were filled with great joy and sadness, all at the same time. But one thing we all had; we all had peace; deep, unchanging, peace.

I will never forget walking into the nursery one last time, this time holding Parker a bit closer, knowing he would be our son. I will never forget signing the papers to adopt Parker late that evening. I will never forget saying goodbye to Joe and Krista at the hospital.

Three weeks ago, I never imagined Parker. I didn't know his parents. I didn't know that my life would be forever changed. Changed not only by one small person, but his amazing birth parents and the road that we walked together.

Our story is not about us becoming parents, or "getting a child". It is not a story of infertility. It is God's story, in which He brought together so many pieces to create something beautiful and redemptive and miraculous.

We love Parker so much. We love Joe and Krista so much. And we believe, that although this chapter is finished, all of our relationships, our stories, are just now beginning.

And so we started this adoption journey with a dream, and through every moment of the journey, we now end with a life and perspective much bigger than we could ever imagine.

Thanks for walking with us. We have been blessed by so many of you.

Much love and gratitude, K and K and p

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Parker William Stone

I sit staring at our new son. He is beautiful, miraculous, and reminds us every day, that God does not miss a thing. He went before us in our adoption journey and walked with us every step of the way. He was with Parker in the womb and led Parker's parents to us. There is not an ounce of doubt in my soul, that God is real.

Parker is amazing. His story is a miracle and his birthparents, are our heroes.

One day very soon, I will share the whole story. Please stay tuned, because it might leave you speechless.

For now, we introduce you to Parker William Stone Born April 9, 2013 at 2:15pm Adopted April 12, 2013 at 8:00pm

Love is patient

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails.1 Corinthians 13 

These words lined the aisle of our last wedding. Right now, it is a painful and sweet reminder of the road we are walking:

Last week, we were contacted by another birth family. It is a heartbreaking situation, and we are still very uncertain what will happen. Either way, we are called to love. We are called to take chances: To love people for who they are, not what they will do. To love without fear. This kind of love is scary, because you risk pain. Yet, that is the beauty of it: Somewhere in the risk, there is peace and joy. We stop worrying about ourselves. Deep down in our soul, we find, that this is what we were made for.

I believe this kind of love only comes from God. And I believe it is this kind of  love, that will change the world.

Here's to hoping God will give us the patience, courage and resilience to love like this. And maybe one day, our adoption story will have an ending. For all of you who are still following, thank you. K and K


Fridays are for Fun

We knew this week would fly, and that was definitely the truth:

*Spent our Friday night running a new trail and washing our cars. We are such party animals...

*Had our first wedding of the season celebrating this couple. Gosh, we love our job.

*Filled out my March Madness Bracket. I fully expect to beat Kenny this year.

*Speaking of March Madness, Go Zags! Cheers to our hometown!

*Kenny spoke at church on Sunday -- He is amazing. Love him so much.

*Sold a lens this week. Bought a new one.

*Bought some flowers at Trader Joes for a friend who had surgery. When we told the man checking us out what they were for, he threw in two more bunches on the house. I already loved Trader Joes, now I do even more.

*Oh, and bought this frozen pizza from Trader Joes on Sunday. Yes, we were that hungry. And yes, it was amazing.

*Drove the I-5 north for eleven hours yesterday and only stopped at Starbucks twice.  We love roadtrips.

And this weekend, we are photographing my cousins wedding in Seattle! We are super excited and blessed to be with our families and capture an incredible wedding day. We just saw the venue last night and it is going to be one gorgeous celebration.

Happy Friday. Have a really blessed weekend! K and K


Fridays are for Fun

 Well here we are friends: Friday once again. Looking back, the week has been just great:

*Went to Costco and only ate one sample. I'd say that deserves a victory lap.

*Not to talk about the weather, but it was amazing this week.

*Spoiled on Saturday night by some good friends. They took us to dinner, we talked for hours, and left so encouraged. Their generosity and kindness inspires us.

*The church office was closed this week because of some construction, which meant Kenny was home working. Best.Week.Ever!

*Loved working with this sweet couple last weekend.

*Captured Nicole on Sunday at her family's ranch. Anytime I am with her family, it just feels like home. (Although don't get the idea that I'm a country girl: The only time I've ever rode horseback was on a girl scout trip in third grade)

*Yes, I was a girl scout for a year in elementary school; mostly because I love their cookies.

*Watched the sunset multiple times this week. Northern California is a great place to be right now.

*On the other hand, discovered many spiders in or around my house this week. That's not good. Not good at all. I was about to move back to Portland, but then Kenny called pest control.

*And bought some new books last weekend. I admit it, I'm a reader. It is one of my favorite pastimes.

Well, wedding season officially starts tomorrow: And we couldn't be more excited! Have a great weekend everyone!

Lots of Love, K and K

Fridays are For Fun

And just like that, it is March and another week has come and gone. The last seven days held a lot of ups and downs and everything in between:

*Went for a run through the park with Kenny and Carsten on Saturday. It just so happened to be at the same time as the Bidwell Classic  (half marathon). And yes, someone definitely took our photo. So in case you ever see that photo somewhere, please know it is not true. Only  in our dreams would we ever run 13 miles :)

*Worked with this sweet couple last weekend. And yes, Jason is nearly two feet taller than me: Good thing I have a step stool. And good thing I don't have to guard him on the basketball court.

*Bought a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch on Sunday and still have some left today, which is pretty much a miracle in this house.

*Listened to this sermon online. Was convicted and inspired.

*Spent Wednesday evening having dinner with a family from our church. Gosh, people have amazing stories and big hearts. So thankful to know them.

*Still trying to convince Kenny to watch the Finale of The Bachelor with me this week. My sister will be out of town, and I certainly cannot watch it by myself. Kenny is not convinced...

*And, if we don't get news on the adoption soon, I am considering auditioning for The Amazing Race and/or going to Kauai.

*Been pretty emotional the past two weeks. I had no idea how hard this adoption journey was going to be for us. It has made me much more aware of other people's struggles and our desperate need for purpose beyond ourselves. Hoping to share more about this journey soon.

Enjoy your weekend friends. Thanks for following along on our crazy, but blessed life. Much Love, K and K

*And, in the past week I have cried way too many times on Kenny's shoulder and said things I didn't mean. I'm beyond thankful for his grace, love and patience that he shows me. Kenny, you are so amazing.



I first discovered photography in high school. It was a beginners class my sophomore year, which propelled into many more classes. By my senior year, I would spend hours in the darkrooms. Our instructor pushed us, let us fail, and taught us so much about photography. It was in this classroom, that God first placed a dream in my heart: I wanted to photograph people, I wanted to be a part of telling great stories.

So I applied to a college with an excellent photography program. And the dreams grew bigger. Yet all the while, something in my heart felt unsettled. As I wrestled with that, I discovered that God had different plans for me: Plans to attend a small college with no photography program. Sometimes when you follow God, things don't make sense. And so I walked away from a dream, never once forgetting it.

In school, I studied communications, had some amazing opportunities, and met Kenny. We got married a few weeks after graduation. Kenny worked for the church, while I worked as a guidance counselor in a high school.

And then, five and a half years ago, I picked up my camera and started to shoot again. A dream came back to life, and this time, I had the best person in the world beside me, Kenny.

Next month, marks the start of our fifth wedding season: We've learned so much. We've taken a lot of risks. There have been moments of failure. Followed by great moments too. Together, we have photographed over 65 weddings. We've worked really hard. We've met the most amazing people. And shared in some beautiful stories.

But mostly, we've seen God take a dream that began twelve years ago, and bring it full circle, only this time, making it better.

I believe that God places things in our hearts that He fully intends to see happen. Most of the time, the journey will test our patience, our resilience and our character. Yet, the end result will be inspiring, as God pieces together the things that never made sense, to create a dream that is better than we could ever imagine.

We pray we will always have the courage to follow God, especially when it seems hardest. Much Love Friends, K and K

And just this week, we launched our fresh website. Feel free to see it here.

Standing in the Middle

A beautiful story is never written without a beginning, middle and end.It wouldn't be complete without all three. You wouldn't want to read it.

Right now, Kenny and I are in the middle of an adoption story. We are in the trenches -- probably our least favorite part. But we have to remember that without the middle, there won't be a beautiful ending.

So every day, as we wait for news, we remember that this day is important. Today, has just as much purpose as yesterday and tomorrow. Our story doesn't just come to life at the end, it's happening right now, even if we can't see it. This part of the story matters.

The middle of this story is where character is built. It's where patience is tested. It's where our convictions grow stronger. And we know that the middle of the story, sets the stage for a brilliant ending.

 So, while our adoption journey is still being written and I can't tell you the whole story today, I promise, that someday I will. And like always, we invite you to join us as we stand in the middle, a hopeful place.

Much Love friends, K and K

Fridays are for Fun

Friday, you continue to be one of my favorite days of the week. So thankful you are here because well, it's been a wild week:

*Sadly, Kenny caught something awful on Sunday:  He spent the first half of the week at home, on the couch. I didn't know Mission Impossible had a two, three and four. Now I do :)

*This also meant I spent most of the week doing laundry and disinfecting my house. My OCD tends to come out around flu season :)

*Opened the windows wide this week and loved the light and fresh air that poured into the house.

*Tried my hardest to cheer for the Niners this weekend. I still think the Seahawks should have been there...

*Obviously we spent most of our evenings at home, which meant cribbage and jeopardy. We are so cool ;)

*Ate a cake pop this week. Many thanks to our client who delivered this delicious treat. Like I say, we work with the nicest people in the world.

*Went to Tin Roof with three of my favorite people yesterday morning. The combination of scones and friends made for such a good morning.

*And contrary to what you may think, I actually really enjoy healthy food. Most of the time.

*Tried my hardest not to break out in song while at the gym. This is hard for me. When the good songs start playing on my headphones, I get all pumped up and want to sing along.

*Received a package in the mail for Baby Stone. We have the best family ever. Hands down, the best.

*Baby Stone was also affectionately referred to as "Pebble" by one of our friends. Pretty sure that's going to stick. Thank you Katy!

Well, Happy Friday. What a great day -- what a great week; especially now that we are back up and running at the Stone house. We keep praying for the birthmom that God is going to bring into our lives and the beautiful miracle that will come from that. Please pray with us.

Much love friends! K and K

And as always, a little snapshot of our week:

Consider yourself invited...

A blank slate.A fresh start. A new perspective. A big God. And a lot of dreams.

Welcome 2013.

We invite you to be a part of our lives, our dreams, and join us as we navigate running a business, adopting a baby, embracing the challenges, living through the mundane, and doing our best to make a difference in this crazy world.

We can't promise the outcome.

But we can tell you that we will work our hardest, make mistakes, be transparent, drink a lot of Starbucks and laugh a ton.

We can't wait, K and K

Some Very Exciting News...

We believe In God, the Creator of the Universe.

We believe That He created all of us for relationship. With Him and with each other.

We believe That families are a big part of that.

We believe That no child should be without a family.

We believe That God has called us to be a part of making that happen.

And so we are embarking on another great adventure, the journey to adopt a child, into our family, as part of our family. We are excited and nervous. We have a lot of joy and peace. We can hardly wait.

As God weaves together this story, it could be a little crazy, but it will be perfect. We will welcome baby Stone and his/her birthparents into our lives with open arms and hearts . And we invite you to be a part that: Feel free to join in this story with us as we share news along the way.

Thank you so very much for being a part of our lives. Much Love, K and K

Fridays are for fun

I was waiting for an appointment yesterday and overheard some conversation that reminded me Christmas was three weeks away. Oh my goodness. Really? How did this happen? How is it already one week into December? Dear 2012, you have officially flown by...And this week flew by:

*Celebrated my sister's birthday last weekend. She is such a brave person and a hero to me in so many ways. She loves God and that just pours out of her and the way she cares for others. So blessed to call her a friend. Cheers to celebrating Marissa!

*In true celebration style, we drank Starbucks, ate chick-fil-a, went to Nordstrom Rack and feasted on cake . Cheers to Birthdays!

*Attended the Chico State Men's Basktball games, twice this week. We love it; takes us back to our college days, when Kenny played. I was a true groupie :)

*Managed to weather the storm last weekend without any power outages or flooding in our house. The only thing lost, was a few hours of sleep.

*Kenny taught at church on Sunday;  three services, and he's amazing. Pretty sure I get more nervous than him. Kenny is truly a leader -- and I am so thankful for him.

*Went to home depot for a curtain rod, came home with a mirror. How does this happen?

*Hung out with good friends this week. Had good conversations. Shared life together. This is the best.

*In an effort to fight off a cold, I am drinking way too much EmergenC.

*Ordered and received our Christmas cards. Now the hard part really begins; addressing them and getting them out. Here's to my goal of having this done in the next three days.

*As you may have already guessed, I am feeling a bit behind in my preparations for Christmas.

*Oh yes, and somehow, Netflix suckered us into watching Prison Break. Why oh why would we ever begin such a thing, and especially right now? Here's to a bad choice, but being too many many episodes in to stop watching.

And even though Christmas has snuck up on us, I am just so excited to celebrate with family and friends. What a beautiful season of hope.

Much Love friends! K and K

And just over a week ago, we managed to go Christmas tree hunting with the entire family.

love is a powerful thing...

We watched this last night, for the first time, in quite awhile. And I think it was good timing. Because even though this video is about our story, it reminds us that we really get to be a part of capturing history: Some of the biggest moments in a person's life.

So we wanted to share our story with you again because it is a big part of our brand. And it is a big part of our brand because it is truly what we believe.

We know that love changes people. Never is a person loved, and left unmoved.

And so our work is not just a way of making a living. It is not just a profession. And it is not about us at all.  It is about you. And this work is something that we feel passionate about, because we are documenting the kind of things that matter most in life. Your stories are powerful.

Much love and gratitude for letting your life be changed and inspiring us in the process, K and K

We all need a little sugar every once in awhile...

Happy Halloween friends! I am not sure if I am more excited about handing out treats to the little kiddos tonight or the fact that I will get to eat the leftovers. Either way, I made sure to buy Reeses and maybe some gummy bears too... And because Halloween is basically about sugar consumption, I had to share these few photos of Carsten enjoying his first lollipop. Isn't he the cutest?

Have a fun evening. Don't eat too much candy, although we probably will... and don't forget to brush your teeth :)

Fridays are for Fun

I was confused for just a moment this morning when I could not figure out what day it was. I am pretty sure when you travel, your days get a little mixed up. Either way, it's Friday, and looking back we had some great adventures: *Flew to San Diego on Sunday morning.

*Like always, we were running late to the airport. I think Kenny and I must love stress, because there is nothing more stressful than thinking you might miss your flight as you drive through Yuba City, knowing the airport is still 40 minutes away.

*May have sprinted through the parking lot to catch the shuttle bus. May have seen a couple people laughing at us. Definitely felt like we were in a movie :)

*Sure enough, we made it. Arrived to our terminal with a good ten minutes to spare. We are so prompt :)

*Enjoyed a wedding and time with my family in San Diego. Realized, once again, that Kenny and I love to dance, despite our total lack of rhythm.

*Ate the biggest Cinnamon Roll of our life in San Diego. While I may have gone into a sugar comatose, it was totally worth it.

*Went to the San Diego Zoo. Pretty sure I hadn't been to a zoo for fifteen years. I loved it. My new favorite animal: the chimpanzee.

*Laughed a lot. So good for the soul, so good to be with family and so blessed by my awesome parents.

*On Tuesday, we drove to Irvine, to attend the Resurgence Conference. Came home encouraged, convicted and full of dreams.

*Mulling over so many great things taught at the conference. Among one of my favorite things said: "Influence is determined by the little things that you do each day: If you are not faithful in the small things, then you won't be given more."

*Came home to lots of laundry, no groceries and lots of work, but I wouldn't trade the last six days for anything.

*Still prepping for a move in less than three weeks. Although you wouldn't know it, as I have yet to pack one box :)

*And just now, my sister surprised me with a Starbucks. If that doesn't say Happy Friday, than I'm not sure what will. Thanks sister, You are the best!

Well that's it for this blog post. Happy Friday; the weekend is nearly here. We are gearing up for another wedding tomorrow and can't wait to celebrate with Kevin and Denise.

Have a great evening friends! K and K

Loved all the old boats sitting on the shore near Newport Beach... I can't wait to start downloading and look through all of our photos soon.

Fridays are for Fun

Gosh, I am just so excited that it is Friday! We have been some busy bees over here, our weekdays full of so many great things: *Hung out with little Carsten quite a bit this week. He is the sweetest and always makes me smile.

*Decided to brave a run with the little man on Tuesday evening; just me, Carsten and the jogging stroller. No judging if you saw me struggling through this run. I have so much respect for all you Mom's who do this all the time, including my sister: You're amazing!

*Planned and cooked two really good dinners this week. Among my favorite thing: A fresh taco salad with homemade guacamole and brown rice from our friends, the Lundbergs. Good news was: I didn't even burn the rice :)

*Decided to start doing sit-ups and push-ups before bed each night. Sadly, this lasted one night. Better luck next week.

*Found a grey hair -- on Kenny. While I still constantly get mistaken for a teenager, it looks like one of us may be starting to look more like a thirty year old. He's so good looking :)

*Had a really good visit with my friend Katie this week. Friends are the best.

*Found out that Kenny prefers not to share his nightly bowl of cereal with me. So sad.

*Painted my toe nails while watching and celebrating the Seahawks victory on Monday night. I know there is much contention around this win, but thank you refs for letting us think we cheer for the best team in the world.

*Turned 30 last week. Kenny planned such a fun dinner with some of our friends on Friday evening. Feeling spoiled and a little bit old :)

*Most of all, feeling very blessed. We have the best family and friends and work with the kindest people. We know that our life is full, but we wouldn't trade it for anything. So thank you to everyone who encourages and walks beside us in this life.

AND... For the first time in ten weeks, we have the weekend off! Best days ever! While we love our jobs, we are super thankful to have a weekend to regroup and just be together. Oh yes, and let's not forget, we will also be celebrating Carsten's first birthday on Saturday and awaiting the arrival of our newest nephew or niece anytime  :)

Happy Friday -- have some fun. And for all my friends who don't live in Chico -- please enjoy some cooler weather for me. It looks like we are about to have another one-hundred degree weekend :)

Oh yes, and just in case you didn't know, I love this man!

A Chico Wedding: Jarrett and Megan Tease...

Kenny and I always prepare before a wedding day by talking through our vision of the day from a photographic perspective. We think about what our priorities should be, depending on what the bride and groom have expressed to us. With Jarrett and Megan, we knew that their day would be elegant and that we wanted to capture really timeless photos. Let me just tell you, they made our job look easy. Aren't they just stunning?

Thank you so much Jarrett and Megan. We loved being a part of your wedding day! Much more soon, K and K