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  • What a super cute flower girl - Frida the donkey 😍 #cxrpreset
  • What a super cute flower girl - Frida the donkey 😍 #cxrpreset
  • 1,519 19 1 hour ago
  • Super psyched to go snowshoeing up here today! We decided to take a spontaneous trip up to this magical place today because we’re getting some incredible blue sky weather here in Washington. We’ve been wanting to check out what it looks like in winter for a while, buried in dozens of feet of snow. From the pics we’ve seen it looks like a completely different place where the landscape is one big undulating snow blanket occasionally interrupted by jagged peaks where it was too steep for the snow to cling. We’ll be trekking up for sunset and hoping for a colorful evening just like this one 🤞🏻
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Planner and florals @thegreatestadventurewed 
HMU @pacific_brides
Video @greenatticfilms
  • Super psyched to go snowshoeing up here today! We decided to take a spontaneous trip up to this magical place today because we’re getting some incredible blue sky weather here in Washington. We’ve been wanting to check out what it looks like in winter for a while, buried in dozens of feet of snow. From the pics we’ve seen it looks like a completely different place where the landscape is one big undulating snow blanket occasionally interrupted by jagged peaks where it was too steep for the snow to cling. We’ll be trekking up for sunset and hoping for a colorful evening just like this one 🤞🏻
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    Elopement dream team!
    Planner and florals @thegreatestadventurewed
    HMU @pacific_brides
    Video @greenatticfilms
  • 2,242 93 18 March, 2019
  • Has anyone else ever woken up and been so confused whether you were still dreaming or in reality?? So last night, I think I had a dream that a girl was staying over at our place, and when I woke up, I literally got up and starting looking for her! (I know, crazy right?!) I’ve never had this happen before, and then I walked up to Nick, and I always know, I don’t wake Nick unless it’s something serious, and like starting asking him, where this girl was and if she had left? And halfway through, I realized how crazy I was and just left Nick very confused and went back to sleep. lol
  • Has anyone else ever woken up and been so confused whether you were still dreaming or in reality?? So last night, I think I had a dream that a girl was staying over at our place, and when I woke up, I literally got up and starting looking for her! (I know, crazy right?!) I’ve never had this happen before, and then I walked up to Nick, and I always know, I don’t wake Nick unless it’s something serious, and like starting asking him, where this girl was and if she had left? And halfway through, I realized how crazy I was and just left Nick very confused and went back to sleep. lol
  • 107 3 4 hours ago
  • Running around Patagonia is so much like running around New Zealand and Iceland. It’s so magical.
  • Running around Patagonia is so much like running around New Zealand and Iceland. It’s so magical.
  • 2,966 31 21 hours ago
  • Cody and Maha’s amazing honeymoon in Banff National Park is featured on @brideandtonic today! Their love story is unforgettable. We’ve shared how these two met before, but it’s too sweet not to post again:
He’s from Canada, she's from Kuwait. When I asked them how they met, Cody replied that everything happens for a reason.
He's an engineer, and travels across the world with his company. He was heading to Singapore on a business trip, and had a quick hour-layover in Kuwait. 
All of a sudden, Cody's work laptop went on the fritz. So he took it into the IT department to get it fixed. And there, fixing his computer, was Maha. They hit it off instantly. Over the next few days, they fell in love. Cody might have missed that original flight connection to Singapore, but found his soulmate instead.
Head over to @brideandtonic to read the full feature 🏞️
  • Cody and Maha’s amazing honeymoon in Banff National Park is featured on @brideandtonic today! Their love story is unforgettable. We’ve shared how these two met before, but it’s too sweet not to post again:
    He’s from Canada, she's from Kuwait. When I asked them how they met, Cody replied that everything happens for a reason.
    He's an engineer, and travels across the world with his company. He was heading to Singapore on a business trip, and had a quick hour-layover in Kuwait.
    All of a sudden, Cody's work laptop went on the fritz. So he took it into the IT department to get it fixed. And there, fixing his computer, was Maha. They hit it off instantly. Over the next few days, they fell in love. Cody might have missed that original flight connection to Singapore, but found his soulmate instead.
    Head over to @brideandtonic to read the full feature 🏞️
  • 1,320 29 18 March, 2019
  • Family Sessions are in full swing! And everyone in the fam needs a time to shine 😊 This is Bless! She is a very important part of her adopted family! And she took her moment to shine as a great time to dance!!! #adoptionrocks #familyphotography
  • Family Sessions are in full swing! And everyone in the fam needs a time to shine 😊 This is Bless! She is a very important part of her adopted family! And she took her moment to shine as a great time to dance!!! #adoptionrocks #familyphotography
  • 900 6 2 hours ago

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  • Only love.
  • Only love.
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  • A selfie because why not. Well, does this count as a selfie?
  • A selfie because why not. Well, does this count as a selfie?
  • 7 2 4 minutes ago
  • HECK YEAH!! I’m super pumped that @photobugcommunity chose me alongside a few other photographers as the “Instagrammers to Follow” for the month of March. Super honored to even be with all these other photographers who have been featured with Photobug! 🤘🏼
  • HECK YEAH!! I’m super pumped that @photobugcommunity chose me alongside a few other photographers as the “Instagrammers to Follow” for the month of March. Super honored to even be with all these other photographers who have been featured with Photobug! 🤘🏼
  • 17 1 5 minutes ago
  • the sunshine is making me so happy lately 🌞🌞 now we just need some warm weather with it!!!
  • the sunshine is making me so happy lately 🌞🌞 now we just need some warm weather with it!!!
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  • That SMILE it’s so crazy beautiful!!! @simplyeloped
  • That SMILE it’s so crazy beautiful!!! @simplyeloped
  • 11 1 7 minutes ago
  • hi all! I’m alive. ☺️ The last couple weeks have been the craziest of my photography career so far, can’t wait to share all that’s been going down. But yesterday was hands-down my new favorite place on earth to shoot. Flew into Phoenix in the morning, caught a rental car and cruised up to Sedona for the first time in my life. My jaw literally dropped - give me rocks, a hike, this lighting and a sweet couple like Ally + Jason and I’m a happy camper. 🥰
  • hi all! I’m alive. ☺️ The last couple weeks have been the craziest of my photography career so far, can’t wait to share all that’s been going down. But yesterday was hands-down my new favorite place on earth to shoot. Flew into Phoenix in the morning, caught a rental car and cruised up to Sedona for the first time in my life. My jaw literally dropped - give me rocks, a hike, this lighting and a sweet couple like Ally + Jason and I’m a happy camper. 🥰
  • 74 1 10 minutes ago
  • Hes so completely in love with her ♡
  • Hes so completely in love with her ♡
  • 2 1 15 minutes ago
  • I’ve been working to catch up after having a few days off to be with family while we’re going through a tough situation.⠀
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 If you guys have questions or need to catch me up on some wedding details today is the day to give me a call/text so I can make notes to your account!
  • I’ve been working to catch up after having a few days off to be with family while we’re going through a tough situation.⠀

    If you guys have questions or need to catch me up on some wedding details today is the day to give me a call/text so I can make notes to your account!
  • 18 1 17 minutes ago
  • Fell into this lake Friday evening. It looks frozen, but kind of isn’t 😂 The things one does to get the shot, hahahah 🥶
  • Fell into this lake Friday evening. It looks frozen, but kind of isn’t 😂 The things one does to get the shot, hahahah 🥶
  • 9 2 19 minutes ago
  • I couldn’t pick one. swipe through & you’ll see why🌹
  • I couldn’t pick one. swipe through & you’ll see why🌹
  • 13 1 20 minutes ago
  • All about having fun on your wedding day otherwise what’s the point right ?
  • All about having fun on your wedding day otherwise what’s the point right ?
  • 19 1 22 minutes ago
  • Marlee and Greg met up with me this morning to catch a gorgeous sunrise in Apache Junction for their engagement session - dang, was it a good one. But, do you want to know the BEST part about their session? I've known Marlee since she was in high school!
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When Matt and I were living in Indiana a few years back, he was working at Greencastle Christian Church as their Youth Pastor. We got to know Marlee and became super close to her family throughout our time there. We even grew to be great friends with Marlee's older sister and brother-in-law! Matt and I attended Marlee's graduation ceremony, her grad party, and even had Sunday lunches at her family's house every so often.
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It's SO neat for me to be able to take pictures of both her and her fiancé in this season of life, meet and get to know Greg and catch up on life. I am and will forever be grateful for the people that I have been a part of Matt and I's story, just like Marlee, her family and now fiancé.
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#apachejunction #desertengagement #arizonaengagement
  • Marlee and Greg met up with me this morning to catch a gorgeous sunrise in Apache Junction for their engagement session - dang, was it a good one. But, do you want to know the BEST part about their session? I've known Marlee since she was in high school!
    🧡
    When Matt and I were living in Indiana a few years back, he was working at Greencastle Christian Church as their Youth Pastor. We got to know Marlee and became super close to her family throughout our time there. We even grew to be great friends with Marlee's older sister and brother-in-law! Matt and I attended Marlee's graduation ceremony, her grad party, and even had Sunday lunches at her family's house every so often.
    🎉
    It's SO neat for me to be able to take pictures of both her and her fiancé in this season of life, meet and get to know Greg and catch up on life. I am and will forever be grateful for the people that I have been a part of Matt and I's story, just like Marlee, her family and now fiancé.
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    #apachejunction #desertengagement #arizonaengagement
  • 33 5 29 minutes ago
  • Cuz when your crew is made up of a bunch of professional singers, you should just sing.
  • Cuz when your crew is made up of a bunch of professional singers, you should just sing.
  • 27 1 31 minutes ago
  • Bored @ work, enjoy this old-ass photo of some cute-ass people 😉
  • Bored @ work, enjoy this old-ass photo of some cute-ass people 😉
  • 38 3 33 minutes ago
  • “He’s more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” Emily Brontë
  • “He’s more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” Emily Brontë
  • 21 1 33 minutes ago
  • I have so much love and admiration for this sweet mama and her family 💕
  • I have so much love and admiration for this sweet mama and her family 💕
  • 13 2 36 minutes ago
  • Still one of my favorite days, with one of my favorite couples! Dreaming of more days like this in Greece 💙✨
  • Still one of my favorite days, with one of my favorite couples! Dreaming of more days like this in Greece 💙✨
  • 30 1 40 minutes ago
  • Three years later and I still love your face. You’re my best friend who puts up with all my sh*t and I have no idea how I got so lucky. Sometimes it feels less than perfect but that’s life and I can’t imagine it without you. It’s crazy to think this much time has passed and looking back it’s wild to see how much we’ve grown as individuals and as a couple. I’m excited for all of our future adventures. Love you more than anything (besides our cats) and happy anniversary. 💕
  • Three years later and I still love your face. You’re my best friend who puts up with all my sh*t and I have no idea how I got so lucky. Sometimes it feels less than perfect but that’s life and I can’t imagine it without you. It’s crazy to think this much time has passed and looking back it’s wild to see how much we’ve grown as individuals and as a couple. I’m excited for all of our future adventures. Love you more than anything (besides our cats) and happy anniversary. 💕
  • 36 2 42 minutes ago
  • Running away from my computer being slow like
  • Running away from my computer being slow like
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  • God has planned you for me.
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Photos @athenaandcamron
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  • God has planned you for me.
    .
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  • 393 3 44 minutes ago
  • Into the wild I go: loosing my way, finding my soul.
  • Into the wild I go: loosing my way, finding my soul.
  • 16 1 45 minutes ago
  • Kissing under the moonlight
  • Kissing under the moonlight
  • 36 1 45 minutes ago
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

#olgathomasphotography
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

    This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

    It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

    #olgathomasphotography
  • 16 1 49 minutes ago
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

#olgathomasphotography
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

    This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

    It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

    #olgathomasphotography
  • 11 2 49 minutes ago
  • :))) already ready for the weekend, how about you? :)))
  • :))) already ready for the weekend, how about you? :)))
  • 27 2 49 minutes ago
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

#olgathomasphotography
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

    This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

    It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

    #olgathomasphotography
  • 8 1 50 minutes ago
  • I try really hard to not let ~The Hustle~ get in the way of genuinely enjoying the life I get to live. There is nothing wrong with working really hard and pouring yourself into the things in life you are passionate about, but it shouldn't come at the expense of your own mental health! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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I actually have a simple checklist of things I do each week to make sure I am living a full life (in my own definition of course). I make sure to take an evening to myself, spend a day doing something creative, spend an evening with my boyfriend, go get a meal with a friend, and do something for my business. I also have a few things I try to do each month as well, such as going to see a movie, going to something interesting in Chicago, and cleaning my apartment. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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I might be a little weird, since I'm sure most people are able to make those types of things happen without being super mindful of it! But I like to make sure I am purposefully making my life everything I want it to be. Do you have any similar routine for this sort of thing? Or does the idea of planning that out sound a little crazy? I certainly won't be offended if it's the latter! 😅
  • I try really hard to not let ~The Hustle~ get in the way of genuinely enjoying the life I get to live. There is nothing wrong with working really hard and pouring yourself into the things in life you are passionate about, but it shouldn't come at the expense of your own mental health! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    I actually have a simple checklist of things I do each week to make sure I am living a full life (in my own definition of course). I make sure to take an evening to myself, spend a day doing something creative, spend an evening with my boyfriend, go get a meal with a friend, and do something for my business. I also have a few things I try to do each month as well, such as going to see a movie, going to something interesting in Chicago, and cleaning my apartment. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    I might be a little weird, since I'm sure most people are able to make those types of things happen without being super mindful of it! But I like to make sure I am purposefully making my life everything I want it to be. Do you have any similar routine for this sort of thing? Or does the idea of planning that out sound a little crazy? I certainly won't be offended if it's the latter! 😅
  • 15 3 50 minutes ago
  • • Dance to me Italy. Well, Florence •
  • • Dance to me Italy. Well, Florence •
  • 16 1 50 minutes ago
  • Nothing like summer grass between your toes on your wedding day 🌛
  • Nothing like summer grass between your toes on your wedding day 🌛
  • 36 1 51 minutes ago
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

#olgathomasphotography
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

    This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

    It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

    #olgathomasphotography
  • 11 1 51 minutes ago
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

#olgathomasphotography
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

    This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

    It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

    #olgathomasphotography
  • 12 2 52 minutes ago
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

#olgathomasphotography
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

    This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

    It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

    #olgathomasphotography
  • 5 1 53 minutes ago
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

#olgathomasphotography
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

    This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

    It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

    #olgathomasphotography
  • 6 1 54 minutes ago
  • Hand in hand, head in the clouds.
  • Hand in hand, head in the clouds.
  • 39 1 54 minutes ago
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

    This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

    It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!
  • 9 2 55 minutes ago
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

#olgathomasphotography
  • While there is almost nothing we love more than a gorgeous couple surrounded by family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate their union, we have to acknowledge that the traditional wedding is not for everyone. And furthermore, we live in a world where we don't have to follow the cookie cutter version of what a wedding, bride or groom should do or be. We are so lucky to be able to embrace it all! We strive to spark inspiration and conversation around other options that couples may have for their wedding day.

    This particular styled shoot that we did in Paris is a wonderful story to show the beauty of eloping. And let's be honest: probably every couple who has planned their wedding, while deep in the minutiae of vendors, flowers, music, seating charts, and pleasing the in-laws, has entertained the idea of eloping. Although most couples eventually do prevail through the stressful planning and have their traditional wedding, we don't believe that one version of celebrating marriage is better than the other. Either way, we are able to see such gorgeous celebrations of love captured in their photographs.

    It's 2019. A bridal gown does not have to be white, cream, ivory or egg shell. A bride does not have to wear a veil. A wedding does not need to take place in a church. A bride and groom do not have to be a man and woman. We have let go of the rigid ways that have kept us boxed in, thinking of what a wedding should be. This is a day that is meant to celebrate the love of two people, so let's start making new traditions! Let's start bringing back the focus of a wedding to truly being about the couple. We want to start the conversation of being genuinely true to each couple, their style, and their needs and wants. In this particular styled shoot, we celebrate in the City of Love, and in front of one of the most monumental symbols of love and engagements, the Eiffel Tower. We hope that our photographs help inspire those less traditional couples, and show how they can break the mold and try something that is truly devoted to what they want for their very special day. So to all of our brides and grooms out there, we say, Beaucoup d'amour!

    #olgathomasphotography
  • 6 2 57 minutes ago
  • You could’ve fooled me, I thought we were in Paris.❤️
  • You could’ve fooled me, I thought we were in Paris.❤️
  • 44 3 59 minutes ago
  • this week i'm celebrating 2 years of being in business. to anyone that's helped me along the way, i thank you! and i can't wait for what's in store the next several decades. 👊
📸: @josephgruenthal
  • this week i'm celebrating 2 years of being in business. to anyone that's helped me along the way, i thank you! and i can't wait for what's in store the next several decades. 👊
    📸: @josephgruenthal
  • 90 13 1 hour ago
  • andrew + karla 😻
  • andrew + karla 😻
  • 184 5 18 March, 2019