Welcome to the Theresa Bridget blog. This is me! I’m the Chick-Fil-A loving, messy bun rocking gal in charge of a lot of things around here... except cooking. This little business all started as a date with my now husband, and I still can’t believe I get to call this my career! I’m the lead photographer, communicator, and Diet Doctor Pepper drinker. I’m also pretty nerdy and can basically tell you anything you need to know about the Harry Potter universe. Oh and I love to travel, my bag is always packed for some type of adventure.
Colorado Engagement Session | Golden History Park I am so excited to share Travis and Claire’s engagement session with you today! These two we’re just the sweetest thing! Claire was so excited for our session and it made me that much more excited. Her fun personality was so infectious and I loved spending our time […]
Denver Colorado Chessman Park Engagement Session We headed into Denver last week for a beautiful engagement session that I am so excited to share with you! If you have read any of our engagement session prep blogs, you know we have one rule when it comes to engagement sessions. And that rule? We start our […]
Engagement Outfit Tips Hey there bride-to-be! Today we are going to be talking about all things fashion! The number ONE question I get asked by my brides is ‘What should we wear to our engagement session?”. It is honestly asked so much that I am SHOCKED I have not written a blog post on this […]
Denver Botanical Garden Spring Engagement Session I have been excited to share this engagement session, since before we even took the photos! During our first meeting, Amelia had shared some ideas for her and Manuel’s engagement session. She knew she wanted lush spring blooms at the Denver Botanical garden and wanted beautiful outfits that complemented […]
St. Mary’s Glacier Engagement Session Caitrin and Peter’s engagement session brought us to St. Mary’s Glacier. Which is the amazingly beautiful location, just past Idaho Springs. Despite being May, at over 10,000 ft elevation, we were met with 40-degree weather and even a little bit of snow! The cold and snow were nothing for these […]