I spent the weekend in Chicago visiting my insanely talented sister, Victoria. Upon arriving home Sunday evening, I decided to take Monday off for a fall cleaning spree, which is always therapeutic for me.
Oftentimes, people wonder what I do in the off season and I will be honest and say there isn't much down time. There are two seasons for Pearls Events - wedding season & planning season. Our final wedding of 2009 was October 3rd, and our first 2010 event is May 21st and I am already well into planning 2010 weddings with our clients.
While cleaning, I purged, filed and started checking things off the long to-do list. One thing I have been meaning to do for quite some time is update our personal photos around the house. We don't have too many frames (I'm not a fan of clutter), but there were a few that need to be updated. I worked on this personal project yesterday, which lead me to the question about wedding photos...
I cannot believe how quickly time flies. Greg and I have been married just shy of 2.5 years, and to tell you the truth, it seems like yesterday I was choosing a reception location, hiring a photographer, and narrowing down cake flavors.
Since our wedding photos are absolutely stunning, if I do say so myself, it is difficult to tuck them away in an album, but it's time to display some photos from after our wedding. We have fabulous shots from our July road trip which I will be picking up this morning.
So, my question to you is how long do you keep up the wedding photos? How many is too many?
And for your viewing pleasure, the photos that will replace what's currently on the walls. Please remember I am not a professional photographer by any means. These were shot by both me & Greg with our Nikon D60 and I used CS3 to color correct to the best of my ability!
A forgotten church in Montana & a waterfall in Glacier National Park