weddings, branding, and personal life
This engagement is a special one! You may remember seeing these faces from a session back in the spring–this is Caleb’s sister, Saige, and her [now] fianceé, Pat!
Let me preface this with…I know this blog post is going to be chaotic.. I thought about going back through and trying to organize all of the photos in chronological order. But you know what? This season IS chaotic, so I’m only going to embrace it. Christmas morning was a success! Huxley was very excited […]
Grace & Grandeur Bow Company is a velvet bow company based out of Richmond, Kentucky. “Classic, preppy, and feminine” are perfect descriptors for each handmade velvet bow.
2022 brought the five year milestone for Ali Rae Haney Photography!! 🎉 I am incredibly proud of this milestone, especially considering all the major life changes we have encountered in those five years. It’s not been easy, but it sure has been fulfilling.
Introducing Emerson Scott Haney. It simultaneously feels like he just arrived, but also that he’s been part of our family forever.
Read for updates on: Life as a family of five, ARHP, The Photography Framework, and the wedding venue.
Meet Kayla & Bradan! My first Kentucky wedding couple! I was so excited when Kayla contacted me because she was referred by a prior client-turned-friend, Hannah. Those types of referrals are always exciting because we have a level of trust prior to even having them in front of my camera.
Jennie & Alex…where do I begin with these two? As a wedding photographer, I see lots of couples and lots of interactions. None have been quite so sweet as Jennie and Alex together. It’s in the small things, you know? Like Jennie surprising Alex with his dog Kiah before the ceremony…like the sweet mementoes of […]
I know you’ve dreamed of that perfect “Say Yes to the Dress” moment, but the shopping part…it can be overwhelming when you’re presented with a ton of options!
Let’s talk reception tablescapes. Now, first…what is a tablescape? It’s really just a fancy word us wedding vendors use to describe how a reception table is set up–the florals, the tablecloth, the chairs, the chargers, plates, flatware, glassware, menu, etc. All of those things come together to create the “tablescape.”