We are still rockin’ the photo booth over here at Tyra Bleek Photography. This is one of my favorite additions to your event!!! Check it out!
Daniel and Crystal’s wedding was so much fun! Get your photos HERE and enjoy.
I am super excited to announce that The Wedding Lawyer is up next to speak at NACE – New England Chapter . I began attending NACE a few years back when I first moved to Boston. NACE (National Association of Catering Executives) is one of the largest associations that addresses all aspects of the catering industry. NACE has addresses issues that have directly affected me and my business. It’s a great place to get advice, learn what is going on in the wedding industry and network with like minded people. It essentially is a group of people who are in the hospitality business (which include many, many wedding vendors).
I am excited to see my husband offer up advice to many of these wedding vendors in the Boston wedding industry. He is speaking this Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at the Boston Winery. You can read more about it HERE (and purchase your tickets). So if you are a wedding business owner in Boston or just a small business owner, then you better attend this event! He is going to touch on many small business owner questions like; contract: does yours protect you?, trademarks: what are they?, business structure: sole proprietorship or LLC?
Check out the Wedding Lawyer’s page HERE and if you have any questions feel free to reach out, he has served many wedding vendors and would love to help you out as well.
Most beach wedding venues are pretty cool, and Wychmere in particular is a beautiful wedding venue. However, beach venues can be challenging. Not only are you dealing with sand, but wind is often a problem. When I arrived at the Wychmere Beach Club for Derek and Kathleen’s classic Cape Cod wedding, I was a little intimidated by how windy it was. The day was perfect, and yet quite windy. The thing I like about windy pictures is that, if the wind is blowing just right, it can make for very dramatic pictures. I love the wind when it throws the hair to the side a bit, but not when it’s so strong that it is being blown straight back. Luckily my bride and groom were up for working with the wind and trying several different combinations of poses until we could get things just right. Kathleen’s white floral hair crown helped out a lot when it came to keeping her hair out of her face. Anyway, despite the weather challenges the bride and groom portraits turned out great, and I was so happy to be a part of their fabulous Cape Cod wedding.