It’s been 2 months since our last post. We had grand ideas for the fall including a styled shoot and many many fun blog posts to get the wedding ideas going. But then life kicked into overdrive for both Natasha and I this fall and we’ve been quickly falling behind.
Some of you may be finding this blog instead of our old… super wonderful fabulous website. This is because we have closed our main sight. This has happened for 2 reasons. 1st, it cost $40 a month… which was fine when we were doing weddings every weekend. 2nd, we aren’t doing weddings every weekend anymore because of several personal reasons and it didn’t make sense to keep it online plus a Facebook page plus a blog. The biggest let down with us letting the website go is that we no longer are able to make our websites and slideshows. This also means that the websites and slideshows that have already been made are no longer accessible. I may be able to continue the slideshows, but need to do a little research on how to make those live on the web without our old website. I can probably host them on this blog’s server… but like I said… I need to research.
The main reasons for these big changes is that we’re both expecting new additions to our family and simply can’t physically keep up in the highly involved and upbeat wedding industry. Some of us sooner than others. I for one should be ready to give birth in the next 3-4 weeks.
Our last wedding we booked for the year is on November 24th. We do not plan on booking any last minute weddings in 2012. We are taking weddings under consideration for 2013 up until May for now, but will be taking a very limited amount (as in MAYBE one a month). So if you are looking for a wedding photographer, give us your date and we will see what we have available. If we aren’t available we can give you a list of other fabulous wedding photographers in the area.
We will temporarily not be traveling out of the St. George/Hurricane area for weddings with the exception of the Zion National Park. We will however will be charging a new travel fee for this area. The reason for this is that we spend between 2-3 hours driving depending on if we’re headed to East or West Zion, we have to pay to pay an annual fee to drive through the park, and we use a lot of fuel that is really expensive these days.
We’re thankful for our super wonderful brides – past, present and future. We’re thankful to have risen to be one of the top wedding photographers in our area in such a sort time of 2 years. We’re also thankful that we’re able to take a step back and enjoy other avenues and time with our families. Even still, keep an eye out for us! We will hit the ground running once again in the near future and we’re excited for the things we will be bringing to the table!
Comment on this post or send us an e-mail via the contact section of this blog if you have any questions or comments. We will get back to you as soon as we can, although realize it may not be too speedy depending on when the inquiry comes through.
XOXO – Amy Hummel