How fun would it be to live in Vegas? I get a tiny taste of it for two weeks every December, and I love the weather, and I LOVE having everything you could ever want to do/buy right at your finger tips. When you go to Vegas as a tourist, you don't see the every day stuff. The buildings that aren't covered in lights and neon, the grocery store, the post office. The "strip" is so overwhelming, that it's easy to forget that there are normal people living their everyday life that has nothing to do with casinos, alcohol, and strip clubs. Here are two of those people. I can't wait to shoot their wedding next summer in Kansas City, but I must say, I was even more excited for my first shoot in Las Vegas!
Talk about endless possibilities. We shot their session at 8:00am on a Sunday morning so minus the marathon runners (yes… there was really a marathon going on) there weren't many people out stirring around.
I drove past these GIANT letters on my way to meet them and knew we had to take advantage of them. I must admit that we jay-walked to get to them. I'm not going to name any names (let's see… it wasn't Jennifer…) but SOMEBODY informed me that was the reason that Vegas leads the nation in pedestrian car accidents. You know me… always living on the edge… ha!
Jennifer has THE LONGEST eyelashes you have ever seen. BEAUTIFUL.
Thanks so much for letting me spend the morning with you! I'm looking forward to being a part of your big day!
Sidenote… do to an Indiana ice storm… still no Otey. 🙁