The April showers stopped for Allie and Drew on their wedding day! We had cozy overcast skies and so many sweet moments… It was so nice to see so many friends from high school too! Allie and I graduated together, and Brooke (de la TERRA Esthetics) too, along with several girls in the bridal party, and Jessica, the coordinator! It’s always fun getting to reconnect with each other and see how everyone is doing after over ten years now!

The girls got ready at a nearby hotel just outside of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Brooke is such a talented makeup artist… Allie looked so natural and beautiful! Her gown was one of the most unique I’d ever seen… Absolutely stunning!

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Meanwhile, Drew and his groomsmen were back at his and Allie’s house playing corn hole and hanging out before it was time to get ready…
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They wed in a sweet little church in Havre de Grace. Both her mom and dad walked her down the aisle which was so sweet…
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The Stepping Stone Museum is a non-profit museum dedicated to preserving rural arts and crafts of the 1880-1920 time period in Harford County. They represent the “last rural generation” of people who lived off the land and hand-crafted their livelihoods. They have a few barns with antique farm equipment and the cutest old stone house overlooking a lush wooded area. It was such a cute property!
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Allie planned an entire extra hour for portraits between the ceremony and Cocktail Hour which was awesome! We photographed around the grounds while the last few touches of the barn were being completed. As guests arrived, we were finishing up just in time for Cocktail Hour to begin. I love when I have the opportunity to be part of that time, mingling with the guests as they enjoy small bites and tasty drinks!
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The inside of the barn was decorated with romantic soft pink and gold details… Jessica and her team at White Oak Events did such a great job implementing exactly what Allie had envisioned… After two incredibly touching speeches by Allie’s sister Megan and Drew’s brother Devon as well as Allie and Drew’s first dance, it was time for dinner which included the largest asparagus anyone of us had ever seen…!
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I had no doubt that their dance floor would be AMAZING! And it was… I had the best time on the floor with everyone! It was such a fun day… Everyone had an absolute blast… Truly a day that will be remembered! Congratulations to such a sweet couple! May your life together be endlessly blessed!

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Allie’s Dress: Tadashi Shoji
Allie’s Shoes: Michael Kors
Hair: Brooke Durden
Makeup: Brooke Leidner
Tuxes: Men’s Warehouse
Ceremony: St. Patrick’s Church
Reception: Stepping Stone Museum
Coordinator: Jessica Pelligrini, White Oak Events & Design
Florist: Amanda’s Florist
DJ: Jason Burns, Elite DJ Network
Catering: The Festive Board
Cake: Woodlea Bakery

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  • Janice Laws - Awesome pictures…really enjoyed them. Thanks for sharing your very special dayReplyCancel

  • Nancy Regalbuto-Pizzo - Kristen your photography was so beautiful!!! Being the mother of the groom the day flew by. You captured so many special moments perfectly!!! Your style is very romantic and I just loved all your photos!!! Between your photos and mine I made a 110 page album with Shutterfly!!! Thanks so much!!!ReplyCancel

We had the most wonderful Mother’s Day weekend with our families and are feeling so grateful! We spent Saturday at my Uncle Rich (my dad’s brother) and Aunt Bonnie’s beautiful house to come together and celebrate all of the mothers on the Cook side, especially Nana. She just turned 90 last Christmas Eve and she looks absolutely adorable… I really enjoy spending time talking with her. She told stories about her hardworking father, how she would dress up her kittens as a child, and how some of the boxwood she has in her garden came from the White House grounds. She said they were there visiting and she secretly snapped off a small sprig… planted it once she got home, and it grew roots and has now grown into a large boxwood bush, lining her backyard walkway. She’s always got stories to share… I see a lot of myself in her which I appreciate so much more now that I’m older.

Aunt Bonnie had decorated the table so beautifully… So many aspects were in honor of Nana. She has a large Magnolia tree out front of her home, so Bonnie incorporated Magnolias into the decor in the napkins and name cards, and each person had their own place setting. It was so nice to be there! Mom made her Broccoli Salad, dad made his Lemon Potato Salad, I brought my Lemon Sweet-Pea and Spinach Blackberry (with a homemade Poppy Seed Vinaigrette!) Salads , and then Bonnie and Rich filled in with the main dishes of grilled steak medallions and crab cakes with butterflied shrimp… The food was absolutely incredible!

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After dinner and some ice cream cake for dessert, we spent time together outside by the fire, curled up with blankets and candles lit, catching up with each other. There’s never enough time but it is always so nice to see everyone… Soon we’ll have a brand new addition in late summer – Matt and Mandy are expecting a little boy! So we’re all so excited to meet him!Mother

The next day, we prepared to head down to my parents for dinner… Dad was preparing a Pork Marsala meal for us which we knew would be amazing! Tyler’s mom Karen joined us which was so nice. It was awesome to be able to spend the day all together and enjoy relaxing on the front porch.

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Do you guys remember Georgia, the black lab we rescued from down-south?? This is her brother Jake who we rescued too – he lives with Karen… He’s such a sweetie. :)Mother
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We are so thankful for our family… Such a great weekend! Excited to make more memories together throughout the summer!

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  • Maria Reisz Springer - Kirsten..it is wonderful to see your story told with your amazing photographs…..You are such an artist….!!!!! I am happy for you to have had such a nice Mother’s Day with all your families…..I have not forgotten out work together….we have been quite busy lately….our son was here to help move out of a bit storage unit and into a small one….the both of us got the Flue…we are barely ove it at this point…but are leaving for GrandCaman tomorrow morning and will be back on Sunday….. Dale has meetings to attend …and I hope to get some rest…..I will get back with you very soon…..Hugs and love ….Maria…..PS….give your Mom a big hug from me!!!
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Amanda and Karl met through mutual friends while both attending the University of Delaware. She’s a food scientist and he is a Math teacher. He proposed on the beach in Cape May, New Jersey during one of the short beach trips they take often. They love staying in Bed & Breakfasts – it’s kinda their thing… so cute! They’re planning a spring wedding to be held next May at The Booking House in Manheim, Pennsylvania.

I met them at the Gunpowder State Park Lodge in Kingsville, Maryland. We drove up the road a bit to a spot they like to hike together. It was such a perfect evening to be out. The air was fresh and the sound of the trickling river right next to the path we were walking was so relaxing… I love the pop of color in her dress against the green of the trees, and Amanda’s beautiful curls!

Enjoy a few of my favorites… Next time you see them will be in about a year! :)

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When we arrived to Pond View Farm, we were so taken back by the pristine grounds and vibrant colors of the flowers and trees. Everything was freshly cut and perfectly prepared for Nicole and Everett’s wedding day. All we could hear was the sound of buzzing bumble bees and the trickling of the pond’s fountain. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect. 75° and not a cloud in the sky…

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They are traveling to Japan and China for their honeymoon! An oriental flair was reflected through small touches throughout the day – the first being these brightly colored Kimono robes for her bridesmaids!
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Nicki’s Vera Wang dress was perfect for her. I loved the lace sleeves and the neckline… Absolutely gorgeous!
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I just loved this Maryland wall-hanging in the Groom’s Suite! So cool…
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Everett was so ready to see his girl… His boutonniere was handmade of paper from pages of Harry Potter! So fun!  They had a sweet intimate First Look under the willow tree by the pond…
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The girls watched from afar…. :)
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Their ceremony was beautiful. Brandon, Everett’s brother-in-law, was the officiant and did an amazing job (apparently it was his first time officiating!) and made it so special. They each wrote their vows which told the story of how they met and fell in love… After their kiss, Nicki made sure to wipe her hot-pink lipstick off of her hubby’s face! :)
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The barn was decorated with pink and mint-green accents, touches of gold, and in an oriental flair including paper cranes and birdcages. Each guest received a chocolate-dipped fortune cookie at their seat!
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Intro’s are always hilarious… :) Everett’s mom made and decorated their wedding cake! How amazing is her talent?? Cupcakes were from Flavor Cupcakery!
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The rest of the evening was spent enjoying a delicious country meal, mingling with guests, and dancing the night away… Such an amazingly perfect day and we can’t thank Nicole and Everett and their friends and family enough for having us. We loved every moment!

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Bride’s Dress – Vera Wang
Shoes – Charlotte Russe
Bridesmaid’s Dresses – David’s Bridal
Hair – Kristyn Everson
Makeup – Liz Joines
Groom’s Tux – Alfani
Groomsmen’s Tuxes – Ralph Lauren
Kimono Robes – Etsy
Venue – Pond View Farm
Florist – Etsy
DJ – Aaron Weist
Catering – Pond View Farm
Cupcakes – Flavor Cupcakery

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Meet Corinne, AJ, and Samira (with her precious flower-collar!)… We spend the evening at Corinne’s family farm in Westminster, Maryland. It was supposed to rain but we were blessed with overcast but clear skies! Their farm is absolutely pristine and so calming. As we walked their property, we saw geese fly down to their backyard pond to take a dip before continuing on their journey, and numerous deer frolicking through the woods that lined their property!

Their personalities are so sweet and fun. Samira was an absolute sweetie pie! She walked with us and smiled for the camera every chance she had… Corinne and AJ are so down-to-earth and share a lot of similar interests as my hubby and I including cozying up on the sofa binge watching House of Cards, spoiling our pups, and of course… an appreciation for a darn good whiskey! When I left, I felt like I was heading home after hanging out with old friends.

These two are getting married this December at the Tide Water Inn in Easton, Maryland! Enjoy a few faves from their sweet country Engagement Session!

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Ashley and Matthew are such a sweet couple! They met a little over 4 years ago through mutual friends. After a couple years of knowing each other, they started dating and this past December, Matthew proposed to Ashley at Grand Central Station in NYC! So romantic and sweet… She is a 911 Dispatcher and he is a Maryland Firefighter/Paramedic.

They’re planning a wedding for this coming October and even though their jobs usually lend to unique schedules (like working on Christmas!), they will both have off on the special days of their first holiday season together as a newly married couple.

They are so cute and comfortable together. They call each other “dear” and love and support each other more than anything… They love to camp together and travel wherever they can in their pull-behind camper, whenever they have the opportunity.

They decided that Codorus would be the perfect place for their Engagement Session and I couldn’t have agreed more! Matt was stoking his perfectly-made campfire when I arrived, and Ashley was serving him sweet tea in a mason jar. We just hung out around the campfire, took a walk down to the lake, made s’mores, and got to know one another… It was so relaxing and fun! It felt so good to be photographing in the warm sunshine, too…

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Congratulations to Ashley  and Matthew! Can’t wait for their fall country wedding this year and so excited to be part of it!

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homemade hot cross buns, king arthur flour recipe

Hot Cross Buns take me back to Easter at my grandmother Onie’s… She would have them displayed perfectly on a silver tray along with the rest of her classic and elegantly decorated tablescape. Springtime reminds me of playing with Jesse in the yard as kids and being told not to dirty our Easter clothes with grass stains..

I decided to make King Arthur’s recipe this year, with all organic ingredients. I am excited to make them again next year but experiment with the ingredients. I used whole milk where I think skim might be better to use since it’s not as heavy as whole. I felt as though my dough could have risen a bit more. They’re a little dense and I’d prefer them to be a little more flaky on the top and airy in the middle, so I need to look into what will make that happen! But they were still delicious…

I couldn’t find currants, as much as I wish I could! If only I lived closer to a Wegmans… Instead, I used a combination of dried cranberries, golden raisins, and finely chopped dried apricots. The color combination of those fruits together in the bowl as they macerated with the Captain Morgan was gorgeous! Like little jewels…

Make sure you get the INSTANT yeast from the dairy section, not the yeast that is in the baking section at room temp. You want the kind you won’t need to activate in warm water and sugar first.

What are some of your traditional Easter recipes??

BUNS

  • 1/4 cup apple juice or rum
  • 1/2 cup mixed dried fruit
  • 1/2 cup raisins or dried currants
  • 1 1/4 cups milk, room temperature
  • 3 large eggs, 1 separated
  • 6 tablespoons butter, room temperature
  • 2 teaspoons instant yeast
  • 1/4 cup light brown sugar, firmly packed
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves or allspice
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 3/4 teaspoons salt
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 4 1/2 cups King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour

TOPPING

  • 1 large egg white, reserved from above
  • 1 tablespoon milk

ICING

  • 1 cup + 2 tablespoons confectioners’ sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt
  • 4 teaspoons milk, or enough to make a thick, pipeable icing

Instructions

  1. Lightly grease a 10″ square pan or 9″ x 13″ pan.
  2. Mix the rum or apple juice with the dried fruit and raisins, cover with plastic wrap, and microwave briefly, just till the fruit and liquid are very warm, and the plastic starts to “shrink wrap” itself over the top of the bowl. Set aside to cool to room temperature. Note: If you worry about using plastic wrap in your microwave, simply cover the bowl with a glass lid.
  3. When the fruit is cool, mix together all of the dough ingredients except the fruit, and knead, using an electric mixer or bread machine, till the dough is soft and elastic. Mix in the fruit and any liquid not absorbed.
  4. Let the dough rise for 1 hour, covered. It should become puffy, though may not double in bulk.
  5. Divide the dough into billiard ball-sized pieces, about 3 3/4 ounces each. A heaped muffin scoop (about 1/3 cup) makes about the right portion. You’ll make 12 to 14 buns. Use your greased hands to round them into balls. Arrange them in the prepared pan.
  6. Cover the pan, and let the buns rise for 1 hour, or until they’ve puffed up and are touching one another. While the dough is rising, preheat the oven to 375°F.
  7. Whisk together the reserved egg white and milk, and brush it over the buns.
  8. Bake the buns for 20 minutes, until they’re golden brown. Remove from the oven, and transfer to a rack to cool.
  9. Mix together the icing ingredients, and when the buns are completely cool, pipe it in a cross shape atop each bun.
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What better way to spend a cozy winter day at home together than baking Chocolate Chip Cookies? These two met online and got engaged over the summer last year. They live an hour apart so when they spend time together, Mary says they try and pack as much in as they can! :) From planning their wedding to playing games, reading, cooking and baking, and going on walks… They are so supportive of each other and make each other smile… you know, those giddy almost newlywed smiles…

They were so inviting and welcoming when I arrived to Brendan’s country home. They had their ingredients ready and were ready to start baking! They made some fresh coffee for us to enjoy while we spend the afternoon getting to know each other and anticipating that oven ding indicating the cookies were done! Oh man, they smelled so good!

Here are a few of my favorites from my time with them a few months back!

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So many laughs and sweet smiles!
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Engagement Session, kitchen, home, chocolate chip cookies, Kirsten Smith Photography, Maryland, Maryland Photographer, Engagement Photos, www.kirstensmithphotography.com
Engagement Session, kitchen, home, chocolate chip cookies, Kirsten Smith Photography, Maryland, Maryland Photographer, Engagement Photos, www.kirstensmithphotography.com

They are planning a wedding at Mount St. Mary’s University this coming summer! They’re so easygoing and adorable together… it’s going to be a wonderful day and I can’t wait!

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Prep time: 30-45 min
Cooking time: 60 min
Serves: 8 (1 slice each)

CRUST
I use Martha Stewart’s standard crust recipe, which I love. This isn’t necessarily a healthy crust, given the fact that it has white flour and sugar in the ingredients, but you could make this quiche crust-less (just be sure to spray your dish before adding in the ingredients!) or use another recipe that involves cauliflower, almond flour, or anything of the like. 

2 1/2 cups of organic white flour (I use King Arthur’s)
1 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
2 sticks of cold butter cut into dices
1/4 cup cold water

Sift the dry ingredients into a bowl using a mesh strainer. Be sure to well-combine them so you don’t have an uneven mix.

Then, cut your sticks of butter into little cubes with a sharp knife. It’s very important that the butter is chilled (not frozen, but very cold) so that it doesn’t completely melt the moment it enters the oven. This helps make your crust become flaky!

Add the butter cubes to your dry mix, and using a pastry blender, combine the flour/salt/sugar mixture with the butter until a course mix forms. You could also use a food processor for this which would actually be ideal.

Next, add your cold water into the course dough mix until the crumbles combine and stick together. You don’t want to over-combine this because your hands will begin melt the butter, but just kneed it together with your hands until a nice dough disc forms.

Generally it’s good to chill your dough before rolling it it. I placed my dough onto saran wrap, sealed it up, and chilled it in the fridge for about 30 minutes. But you can leave it overnight if you wanted to pre-make the dough. But I just decided to pop it into the fridge while I sauteed my veggies and then took it out a couple minutes before I was ready to roll it out.

Um and by the way… if you want to use store-bought dough, go for it! They also have pre-made gluten-free dough!

FILLING
You can use pretty much anything to make a quiche as far as the veggie ingredients. Don’t be afraid to try new combinations of ingredients. I just happened to have all of these ingredients in my fridge so I wanted to use them before they went bad. We don’t generally eat much dairy but every once in a while a richly decadent cheesy quiche is simply where it’s at…..

Note: I always eye-ball my ingredients when cooking and just sorta feel things out along the way, so these are merely estimates as far as quantities go. Feel free to try this or that and substitute with what you have instead. I’d love to hear from you with any suggestions or versions of this recipe! Don’t forget to taste as you go! It’s so important (except for when the raw eggs come into play of course…)!

2 tbsp butter or so
2-4 tbsps olive oil or so
1 yellow or white onion
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tbsp minced garlic
4 cups uncooked spinach
32 oz. of sliced button mushrooms
1 tsp red pepper flakes
1 tsp dried oregano
salt and pepper
1/4 cup sherry wine
5 eggs
1 cup ricotta cheese
1/2 cup cream or dairy milk
2 cups of shredded mozzarella cheese
1 cup sour cream
2 slices of crispy cooked bacon
1-2 thinly sliced Roma tomatoes
5 good sized fresh basil leaves

In a nice big sauteé pan, melt your butter and olive oil. The olive oil will ensure that the butter will not burn. I always season my pans too, so add in a little sprinkle of salt and freshly ground pepper too. Then add in your chopped onion and sauteé until the onion is translucent and slightly caramelized. Sprinkle a touch of garlic powder over the onions. I like to use garlic powder as well as fresh garlic because the powder gives a different layer of flavor that I really like. You can remove the onions once the seasoning has combined with them and set them aside into a bowl.

Then, add a tbsp of oil back into your pan and cook your spinach down. It isn’t necessary to cut your spinach before cooking it down. You’ll find that spinach cooks down substantially. Season with a little salt and pepper, and then once it’s cooked, add the spinach to your bowl of onions.

Now it’s time to cook down your mushrooms. Add a tbsp or so of oil back into your pan, and add in your minced garlic. Only cook this for about 30 seconds until your oil is fragrant because you don’t want to burn the garlic. Add the sliced mushrooms in. Similarly to the spinach, the mushrooms will cook down as their moisture is expressed. I like cooking mushrooms until they’re caramelized and almost crispy around the edges, so I leave them in the pan for a good while and stir occasionally. As they cook, season them with the red pepper flakes, dried oregano, and some salt and pepper. Once they start to stick to the bottom of the pan, pour in the sherry wine to de-glaze, which means you’re loosening all of those delicious brown bits of flavor from the pan. Stir and let the sherry cook out and into the mushrooms for a few minutes… I’d say about five or so until you don’t see any more liquid. Dump your shroomies into your bowl of onions and mushrooms! Mix this all together and it’s time to assemble!

ASSEMBLY
Preheat oven to 350° while you assemble your quiche. 

Roll your crust out (flour your board and rolling pin, etc…) and place into a 9″ pie pan. Trim the edges off along the glass edge with a knife, and then crimp your edges however you so desire. Make a few fork holes in the bottom for air ventilation.

Next, you’re going to want to combine your egg mixture. Crack 5 eggs, one at a time into a separate small bowl first in case you get a bad egg – you don’t want to spoil your entire mixture with the one egg. Whisk them until they’re well combined. Then add in one cup of sour cream and whisk that until it’s also well combined in with the eggs. You can also add about 1/4 of ricotta in if you’d like. Cheese, cheese, and more cheese! Whisk in about 1/2 cup of cream or milk. Set this bowl aside for now.

Now it’s time for your layering! Spoon a heap of ricotta onto the bottom of the pie pan (obviously your crust is in at this point), and spread around until it coats the bottom. This is your bottom later.

Then, sprinkle a layer of mozzarella cheese.

Next, add an even layer of your spinach, onion, mushroom mixture.

Pour in about 1/3 of your egg and sour cream mixture until it covers the mushroom layer. Feel free to take a fork or spoon and wiggle the ingredients around a bit so that the egg mixture seams down through to the bottom crust.

Add another layer of mozzarella cheese, then the rest of your veggies, and then the rest of the egg mixture. If you don’t have enough liquid to cover the ingredients, simply mix another egg with a touch of cream or milk and pour in until the pie pan is full. But this was what I used and it turned out perfectly. The eggs will expand and cheese will melt, so your quiche will be just fine and if you see some of the ingredients popping out, that’s OK!

Finish with a touch of the mozzarella, and sprinkle your crispy bacon pieces on top! Finish with adding your sliced Roma tomatoes in a circle or two so each piece gets a slice, and then finish with an even sprinkle of fresh basil….. Oh my gosh I’m so hungry now just thinking about it.

BAKE
Place your quiche into the oven, uncovered, for about 45 minutes. Check it every 15 minutes or so to check it’s progress. If the top looks done, shake the quiche and if the center is still jiggly, you need more time. Mine took about an hour in our gas oven. Each oven is different so the cooking time will fluctuate.

Quiche is great served warm or room temp, even chilled! So once it comes out of the oven, feel free to enjoy it!

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Tag your quiche photos on Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #kirstensmithrecipebox! I’d love to see how yours turned out! :) Thank you so much for reading!

 

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It feels like yesterday that Rosie was born and I was heading over to the Nash’s to photograph their sweet adorable family but no…. that was a year ago! They have grown so much and are adorable as ever! Rosie reminds me so much of Wes when he turned 1! It’s such a blessing to have the opportunity to capture families each and every year… I love when I get to go over and spend time with them because are just so fun! Wesley is much more comfortable with me and loves to see his picture on the back of my camera after I’ve taken it. Rosie is so sweet and easy going, looking up to her big brother and sisters and cool as a cucumber. And then of course Dakota and Avery are the fairest princesses in all the land… They were at school during the first part of our session. Wes, Rosie and I snuggled in the living room while Amanda walked to the end of the driveway to greet the girls.

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These are the sweetest big sisters… They’re so close and so funny, theatrical, sweet, fun, girly, everything precious little girls entail – they are!Family Portraits, Family Photos, Baltimore, Maryland, Kirsten Smith Photography, Cake Smash, Kids, www.kirstensmithphotography.com, Cake, One year old Birthday

Gah! Don’t you just want to pinch his cheeks and kiss his little face??? Such a cutie pie!
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Sweet sister secrets…
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Look at those beautiful blue eyes!
Family Portraits, Family Photos, Baltimore, Maryland, Kirsten Smith Photography, Cake Smash, Kids, www.kirstensmithphotography.com, Cake, One year old BirthdayTowards the end, it was time for Rosie’s cake smash… Amanda is always preparing cute ideas and fun things for the kids to do while we shoot. She made Rosie’s cake too and it smelled divine! After Rosie spent some time smashing by herself, it was time for all of the kids to join in! There was icing absolutely everywhere… Luckily her floors were hardwood! It was between everybody’s toes and fingers and in ever nook and cranny…
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And then it was bath-time for everyone! :)

So much love to this family! Can’t wait for the next time we’re together!

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  • Tammy Nash - What can I say, Kirsten, you do a fabulous job taking pictures of my lovely grandchildren! My grands are so special and I am truly blessed to be their “Grammy Tammy”. I will want to get one of each of these. Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

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