If you follow the blog then you know I share my family’s Christmas card every year as well as some of my favorite images. Currently, we are working hard to get a couple weddings finished & delivered before the Christmas holiday which is why I haven’t had a chance yet to pick out my favorite images from 2015. Instead I will do that at the beginning of January, so stay tuned! You also might notice I am blogging a little less these days. This is because I am spending more time on other forms of social media and started a quarterly newsletter a couple months ago. If you haven’t already, make sure to sign up at the bottom of the website to stay in the loop. I am happy to share with you that this year was another great year for Memories Through Time. We captured more events and almost as many weddings as the previous year.
On a personal note this year has been a year with big ups and big downs for our family. It’s been a roller coaster, a year I won’t ever forget and I hope that 2016 will be less eventful for us.
Good riddance to 2015 and cheers to an amazing 2016 friends,
XOXO Mike and Amanda Howard
Vendors for this wedding:
Ceremony & Reception: Arizona Grand Resort & Spa
Photography: Amanda Howard - Memories Through Time
Floral: Beloved Lily
Hair & Make-up: Bombshell 7 Beauty
Tuxedos: Nick’s Menswear
Wedding Gown Shop: Eva’s Bridal of Chicago
This is exciting, Katherine & Ian’s spring wedding is featured on the Bridal Guide Magazine blog today! Thank-you Katherine for taking the time to share all the details of your wedding with their readers. Head on over and check out all the details and images by clicking here.
My oldest son Nathan recently celebrated his 10th birthday. If you know Nathan, then you know he loves all things Lego. He has been wanting the Lego Creator Parisan Restaurant for quite sometime and thanks to all the family members that sent him Lego gift cards, he was able to get it for his birthday. When Nolan saw me grab a few snaps with my camera, I turned around and saw him taking his own photos on the iPad. Looks like I’m not the only photographer in the family :) The Parisan Restaurant has 3 levels and so many little details!
He took his time building it over several days & nights; making sure to play with each level as they were completed.The finished product