The season is here! I am officially off maternity leave and already shooting some amazing weddings. I absolutely cannot wait to share some of the beautiful events I’ve been capturing. For now, here’s a little sneak peek at this stunner of a bride on her wedding day.
On April 14th 2014 we welcomed into this world our beautiful twins, Leo Alexander and Eleanor Valentine. Our lives have completely turned upside down and it’s the most amazing thing in the world. Just wanted to share a little of my family here on the blog as I get ready to return to get back into the swing of wedding season. If you follow me on Instagram (hannahsuhphoto) you may have seen these photos and lots more. And yes, I have become a Mom who shares a million cute photos of her kids. I can’t help it, I think they’re very very cute!
I can’t wait to shoot some of the amazing weddings I have lined up for the fall. And thank you so much to all the clients, friends and followers who have given me such support and kind words during my maternity leave. I appreciate you all!
Hello lovely blog readers! As some of you might know from my facebook and instagram, 8 weeks ago I welcomed my beautiful twin babies into the world! I’ll be sharing some images here of my twins in the next few days (and you can check them out on my instagram as well: @hannahsuhphoto) but I wanted to drop a quick note to say that I am still on maternity leave until July. I *will* be accepting small elopements, engagement sessions and portrait sessions during this time and of course, I am still booking weddings for the fall and winter of 2014 and weddings for next year as well. So if you are interested in setting up a shoot or inquiring for a wedding, please send me an email at email@example.com
Speaking of emails, unfortunately for the past 10 days or so, I have had email delivery issues with my web server that have only just been resolved. There’s no way for me to know how many emails I may have missed out on, but if you emailed me recently and I haven’t responded back, please accept my apologies! And feel free to re-send your email. I hope to hear from you – again!