I am sorry to say it has been a little quiet on the blog front for the last 6 months! Simply put, I have been super busy over the past year! But no excuses, I feel really bad that I have neglected the blog, not been posting all the weddings I photographed this year, posting updates or even helpful tips and tricks for you to help you with planning your own wedding!So whilst I am not writing this post on the 1st January, nor am I doing a round up post like many other photographers out there…I just wanted to say hi, I am still here! Just working manically from my home office, out shooting weddings and meeting incredible couples, networking with lots of amazing vendors in the local area and lots of beautiful and exciting shoots and ventures I have been apart of! This year has been a whirlwind, I am constantly learning and growing!
But my promise, from here on out, is to have at least (at LEAST) one new blog post a week! I have lots of exciting plans for this year and have some incredible weddings booked in already! 2017 is booking up quickly, with alot of the popular dates already gone! But I am also super excited to be shooting more Dorset weddings this year! It’s going to be amazing, and I can’t wait! 🙂
Last week, I spent the first week of this New Year reflecting on the last year. Looking at what I have achieved and learnt. And then, also how can I improve. As a photographer, as a business women. I am so ready for what 2017 has in store and I can’t wait!
So any way, clean slate – I won’t say the cliche, New Year New Me, but I am ready and buzzing for what this year has in store and basically I want to document more of it on this blog as a reminder to look back on, let along being helpful and useful for you as a newly engaged couple, looking for a wedding photographer.
Tomorrow I am bring you the first of many new posts to come! But definitely, one a week, every Monday, at least! So keep checking back in, and if your newly engaged…check back in here tomorrow, as I have a post just for you! (Also massive congratulations!!)
Much love, Charlotte