Monthly Archives: October 2012

Twin Oaks’ new sister venue at the reserved Old Richland School House made Amy and Chris’ wedding a living dream. This vintage kept location was full of rich history and was perfect for the old souled couple. I felt like the entire day was in black and white, slow motion. They really took the time…

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You know its fate when no matter what you do, no matter the time, troubles, or distance in-between… you always end up happily back together. You know its fate when you need each other in ways you can’t explain. Meet Amy and Chris. They illustrated that love can be dynamic and unexpectedly beautiful. This is…

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Kristen and I go way back to her first photoshoot with me as an established writer. I learned she also loves reading classic novels and walking in the city streets in her red heels. Her goals and ambitions were always clear but everyone knew Kristen was missing the prince charming she well deserves. It wasn’t…

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Meet my cousin Tran and her hubby/soon to be a Daddy, Johnny! Tran was actually working at Target when she met Johnny during his shopping quest, “Bull’s eye!” hehe (Target..) You know…shopping is a lot like life’s surprises. You would go just to find that specific item. But along the way, you decide to browse…

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I don’t know if its from my hours of watching Korean Dramas or the way my Dad still tries to charm my Mom when she’s angry (she knows it works), but I’ve always grown up believing that there’s always someone meant for somebody. Then somehow, sometime, things will suddenly make sense and work… like peanut…

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