I have loved seeing the guest bloggers at Urban Rose, have you? Over the past month we Learned about the importance of hiring a wedding videographer, how to hang and incorporate photographs into our home, what a Wedding Stylist does, How to arrange a store bought bouquet into a floral design, and a little about one of the newest trends in wedding accessories. What a fun way to kick off the Autumn season.
Here is what has been new with Urban Rose and the Cowger family (the Hubs Pete and Doggy Lola)
October has been full of lots of family photo sessions, finishing up processing weddings from the summer, designing albums, booking weddings for 2013, and prepping for upcoming bridal shows for Urban Rose Photo. You can expect to see lots of fun and exciting things happening on the blog the rest of the season. I will start posting a personal blog (unrelated to my photo biz) on Mondays. So check back to get to know me more.
Now, on a more personal note; Lola and I have been making fires to stay warm in our little, read cozy, apartment. Thank you Pete for chopping the wood. I went to see The Jersey Boys at the INB, and my sister and I are currently working on learning their dance moves. My family came out to go to Greenbluff last weekend, and we spent an hour and a half waiting in line for pumpkin donuts. Oh yes it was worth it. We have carved our pumpkins, made our cider, and picked apples, now all I want is autumn to pass so I can get out the Christmas decorations already!
I hope you have all been enjoying the crisp autumn weather, is anyone else excited for the snow?!
Jesse and Libby complete the rest of the Cowger family photo sessions. What an awesome family I have. Being loving new parents to their baby boy, was so sweet to see. I just adore these little ones, and this session was so much fun.
Rockie is such a good big sister, saying “BB Max!” and giving him kisses, how precious is that?!
Even more Cowgers coming your way this Friday. This photo of little Rockie just melts my heart. So sweet. I love watching all my nieces and nephews grow.