One of the other perks of getting all of our engagement photos from Inna was the beautiful packaging it all came in. Everything came wrapped in tissue paper, our DVD customized with our smiling mugs and secured in a gorgeous, raw paper case. She graciously included a handful of free prints of some of her favorite shots, which I thought was an especially nice touch. I know I’ve complained before that weddings are expensive, but seriously, the one place I would never skimp is the photography. Feed me mac and cheese from a box at my wedding, I don’t care, but I want beautiful photographs. Inna has been worth it and then some.
I had forgotten, in all the excitement of that day, that Inna had also taken some solo portraits of both Jamal and me. It gave me an excuse to finally update my About page with a new, current photograph of me (I previously had a picture of me at 3 years old. Really.) as well as answers to some Frequently Asked Questions. I feel all official having an FAQ section! But that’s not my exciting news.
You’ll also notice, if you read that new bio, that I included an extra special bit of news: I am now a contributing writer for France Property Magazine! France Property a monthly digital magazine focusing on the French real estate market, from current market conditions, to all the beautiful views money can buy.
It just launched yesterday, and if you’d like to download it you can do so at the iTunes App store (currently only available for the iPad/iPhone). In this month’s launch issue, I’m sharing a gorgeous apartment for sale on the left bank. I am so happy to be a part of this publication; it feels like a natural extension of what I already do. Go check it out!