A few months ago I was contacted out of the blue by a representative from Zexy Premier a Japanese wedding magazine asking if they could feature a few photos from Zach & Talley’s Boca Grande Wedding….sure! The magazine arrived last week and it was so interesting and fun to look through it and see the similarities and differences in an American vs. Japanese wedding magazine. And of course it was fun to search for Talley & Zach’s wedding which I found in a story about using the color red. Anyone want to translate??!!
This fall I spent two days at Vermont Commons School to take some updated photos for their website and materials. It was a fun change from my usual wedding and portrait work and really neat to meet so many great students and teachers. It’s a neat program – very different and unique from public school and worth checking out! Here are a few favorites.
Honey Lime Chicken
This is a super simple recipe that is a great last minute option because likely you have all the ingredients in your pantry. Tasty and easy either on the grill or baked in the oven meaning you can do it year round.
It’s an oldie from my collection so I don’t know where it came from but it is good!!
1/2 c. Grey Poupon Honey Mustard
2 T. fresh lime juice
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 T. soy sauce
1 t. finely grated fresh lime zest
4 chicken breasts
Combine ingredients in a blender and blend for 1 minute.
Brush 1/2 of the sauce on the chicken and either bake in oven or grill until done. Serve chicken with reserved sauce mixture- serve immediately.
This 10×10 Queensberry Matted Album was from Sarah & Avery’s beautiful at-home wedding. The navy cover was blind embossed with their names. Inside white mats and black borders set the photos off perfectly and looked crisp yet summery. Mailing an album really completes the process for me and I love knowing that this heirloom will be enjoyed for years to come!
Happy happy memories from September via my Instagram feed