KHP is excited to announce our new contest to give away an engagement session!! It’s super easy to do but there are a few rules and regulations to take care of first.
What are we winning?
- A One Hour Engagement Session with Krystal
- Digital Download of Images
Whats the catch?
- You must not have already booked a wedding photographer.
- Entries accepted until 3/26. Winner will be chosen by rafflecopter the following day.
- New clients only.
To Enter – Click Below – There are several options to gain more entries! (Including tweeting which can be done daily!)
a Rafflecopter giveaway <<< Click Here
I met with Sabrina and Brian last week at the North Shore for a chilly sunset engagement session! I have to say that these two are good sports. It was cold!! Despite that though, we had a great time. Well, I had a great time anyway. haha. I know pictures aren’t everyones favorite thing all the time like they are for me! We went along the riverwalk for the session and then ended at the bridge! I must say it’s really nice to have the concrete clear off all those geese droppings. I didnt feel like I had to watch my feet like we all normally do down there. ha.
Kisses at sunset Not much cuter than that.
You two are absolutely adorable! I can not WAIT for the wedding!
How awesome was the sky at the end of our session!? I ALWAYS recommend a portrait session at sunset. The light is always beautiful and you can occasionally catch a beautiful sky like we had!
See you guys in a few months! Can’t wait to photograph you guys by the penguins for your reception at the Zoo/Aquarium.
For more engagement sessions around the area, check out some of these past sessions!
Ashley & Brian’s Market Square and Convention Center Engagement Session – Downtown Pittsburgh Engagement Photos!
Anna & Brent’s North Shore and PNC Park Engagement Session- Pittsburgh’s North Shore Engagement Photos!
Cultural District Engagement Photos – Sarah & Antonio
We are SO honored that Armstrong Farms has featured and image from Kim and Pete’s wedding this past September! They enjoyed a beautiful reception in the fieldstone barn!
To see the full blog post from Kim & Pete’s Armstrong Farms reception, click here! [Fieldstone Barn, Armstrong Farms!]
So if you’ve been keeping up with the blog, you know I am Disney obsessed. Yeah, it’s a problem. Anyway, I just recentley saw the movie Frozen with my sis-in-law (hey Kylie hey!) and let me tell you – I LOVE IT. It’s is absolutely in my top three favorite Disney movies. I can’t wait for it to come out on DVD.
SO while we are all stuck inside for the freezing cold weekend, I thought ‘Why not try an experiment?!’ I called my Mom and asked her if she had any bubbles. She did! (Yay) so I drove over to her house – grabbed the bubbles and one of my brothers and headed outside. I wanted to see if the bubbles would freeze, and what they would look like once that happened. We also added food coloring which didn’t work at all. ( oh well! )
It was pretty neat. We only stayed outside for a few minutes, but it was still pretty cool. (pretty cool, see what I did there? ha)
Take a look at what happened – All inspired by Disney’s Frozen!
This was the first bubble to freeze! It had just a line of food coloring on the top too. Yay!
I really liked ^ this one that was popped. It had a little food coloring at the very bottom that settled and it landed perfectly on our gate before it popped and frozen in place.
Anyway I was just playing around to keep fresh. You all should try blowing bubbles to see if they freeze next time its really cold out!! Also, If you haven’t seen Frozen, go check it out!!