Posted on March 19, 2009
Wow! I am stunned. Flaberghasted. Totally excited.
There has been a huge response to the Cherry Blossom Mini Session announcement we made on Tuesday. Only 3 spots remain in our first Mini Session – so check out the info and reserve your spot if you’re interested. Go to the website: http://www.staceyvaeth.com, click on Families, then What’s New? to get all the details.
The short version:
$35 first child, $15 each additional person
What: 20 minute session, includes online gallery and 10% coupon off of one of our other sessions
When: April 4, 2009
Where: Tidal Basin, DC
Posted on March 17, 2009
Thank Goodness Our Cherry Blossom Mini Session is Back!
Date: Saturday, April 4th
Just for parents interested in getting a great springtime DC portrait of their child, we are thrilled to announce our Cherry Blossom Mini Session!
Join us at the Tidal Basin on Saturday, April 4th between 7:00am and 10am for this fun event!
We’ll have animal crackers, juice, water and a few blankets for you to relax as you wait for your session, or just to hang out with other parents and children. You are welcome to bring your own picnic and toys.
Stacey will capture a portrait of child that you can only get in Washington, DC, and only through Stacey Vaeth Photography.
Included in your $35 session fee: all images made available on-line for ordering and sharing, and a 10% coupon for Stacey Vaeth Photography photojournalism family sessions. Additional family members are $15 each.
Deposit of full session fee required by April 1st.
Rain Date: Saturday, April 11th.
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for forwarding this e-mail to your friends and family, and look forward to seeing you there!
Posted on March 9, 2009
I had the great joy of working with Daily Candy Editor Erin Hartigan this morning for a fun photoshoot. In addition to the first three notes of every good song produced in the 1970’s, a list of shoot locations always floats around in my head. For this beautiful spring days shoot, a nearby wonderful street loaded with endless colorful rowhouses seemed like the perfect fit. Then Erin shows up in this green shirt, her green eyes glowing in the light, and I thought, yeah, that’s about exactly what I was looking for. So we went over to the location and she rocked it.
And one that pulls me back to some image that I saw of Joan Baez years ago…Erin sure looks great in color, but I love this antique treatment of her as well. Her soulful, creative self just shines through.
If you haven’t before checked out her work on the Daily Candy – take a look. Small businesses owners like me owe her the world for the support she gives us, and women like me are crying mercy because of all the great things we find and have to have on the Daily Candy each and every day. Check it out – it’s the best local resource around.
Posted on March 8, 2009
I had a great shoot yesterday to ring in this new spring weather. Headed down to the waterfront in Old Town, Alexandria, with family Melody, Kyle, Aya and big sister Maddie. We had a blast enjoying the 70 degree weather and sunshine, after being socked (and i say that relatively…) with 4 inches of snow on Tuesday.
These guys were so much fun and up for a relaxed morning being followed by paparazzi….
Here the girls are beginning to warm up for the camera:
Posted on March 6, 2009
The new Washingtonian Wedding magazine is on the search for a blogger for their new site:
“Are you engaged and planning a wedding? Do you want to share your lessons learned (and your questions), your most (and least) favorite parts of wedding planning, and lots more with Washingtonians? We want to hear from you. If you’re a bride-to-be (or groom-to-be!) who’s willing to share your story, send us an e-mail with why you think you’d be our next great wedding blogger. Details on how to apply are here.”
This is a great new publication that’s full of resources for planning local special events….so pass this along and get applying!
Posted on March 4, 2009
Sorry guys, this one might just not be for you today.
Shoestring mag posted this article on finding a great deal on a bridal gown. From the stance of a woman who has seen a lot of weddings, the dress must fit. That’s what it comes down to. When you find “the dress”, you’ll know….it might as well have your name embroidered on the inside, it will be so you. So when you find it, buy it in the size you are now, and budget to have it altered so that it fits you like a glove.
And if you’re getting married in the area and want to have a photoshoot of trying on dresses, what the heck, give me a call. I’ll do it for free. First three to call get it, so let your friends know.
I was struggling to tie this post into photography … so there you go.
Posted on March 3, 2009
All these months I have been waiting for a winter scene in which to bring out some clients and shoot them having fun. I heard recently about a friend of a friend who had an Iowa wedding…in December. Guests sat on bales of hay, monogrammed blankets were the party favors, the bride had a white fur stole. A photographers dream. At least this crazy photographer. See, I grew up in Rochester, New York, and then voluntarily moved further into the deep freeze, to Buffalo, New York. Until the age of 24 I lived in a world of 4 seasons: snow, snow, snow and construction. I have love affair with the way the sun falls over a hillside of freshly fallen snow, how light glints off of a dripping icicle. And here in DC, well, we have none of that. Although school is canceled when the temperature drops below 32 degrees (4 feet of snow in 24 hours in Buffalo and outdoor track practice is still on), I have not yet felt a true winter here. So, when four inches of real, god-honest snow fell yesterday, I grabbed the first clients I could and got them out there. Actually, they are potential clients. They called me to talk to me about their wedding, and I practically pushed them into the street before answering their questions. Sorry guys! Anyway, here are a few grab shots of Jonathan and Jackie: