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Brittany & Kevin: The Wedding

I love LOVE. If I could shoot weddings every day for the rest of my life, well I’d be one happy lady!!! Brittany and Kevin’s wedding day was one for the books  :)

I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Kevin for several years. Jon and Kevin attended college together and were roommates when Jon and I began dating. He’s one of those sweet guys who doesn’t mind his roomie’s girlfriend practically moving in on all of her holiday breaks from college. Those were some great times and he even copped some clean, ironed clothes out of it 😉

Not long after Jon and I relocated to Indy, Kevin and Brittany began dating. Talk about perfection right from the start! Jon and I were, and continue to be, so happy that Kevin has found such a warm, loving person to share his life with. I feel beyond blessed that I was able to capture their wonderful day for them.


Kevin and Brittany, congratulations again and I wish you nothing but a long and happy future together!! And lots of little Lewis babies.   😉

Looking for more? Check out the rest of Brittany & Kevin’s wedding photos, including the hilarious photo booth pictures, HERE!

Travelogue: Family Fun in Malta

After enjoying ourselves for several days in Rome, Jon and I continued our vacation adventures and hopped onto a plane to join his family in Malta. Jon’s grandma Iris was born and raised there before moving to the United States. It was a true Wittman family invasion, with over 20 of us trying to figure out our rooms (the hotel was NOT the greatest) and jeep rentals. Iris’s brother, Don, and his family joined us for a fun-filled  week zipping around this beautiful island. We could not have had two better people than grandma Iris and Don to show us around!! Our first night, after everyone flew in from their respective countries and checked in, we ended up at a festival. I would have the city or festival name written down somewhere except for the fact that I was recovering from a traumatic first car ride in Malta and missed those lovely details. Driving over there is INTENSE. I was, for certain, Jon was going to kill us…..maybe Iris can help me out??  :)

6.15.13-86.15.13-96.15.13-106.15.13-136.15.13-156.15.13-166.15.13-186.15.13-216.15.13-246.15.13-25This church is absolutely magnificent. I mean, look at all these gorgeous details!!!

Travelogue: The Pantheon and Trevi Fountain

If you’re traveling abroad, I highly recommend purchasing a Rick Steves’ travel guide to be your companion. They are stocked full of valuable information to make your trip easy and fun!

On our last day in Rome, Jon and I did what is called the “Heart of Rome Walk” from our travel guide. It led us through Rome’s most colorful neighborhood, down narrow lanes filled with trendy boutiques and intimate piazzas with some of the major monuments blended right in. We began at the Spanish Steps, named for the Spanish Embassy of the Vatican. It’s been a popular hang out for over 300 years!


Piazza Capranica


The Pantheon really comes out of nowhere on this walk. One second you’re squeezing through a narrow street only to pop out with this gigantic beauty looming large. The inside is just marvelous!

Jon and I tweaked the trail a little bit so that our walk ended at the Trevi Fountain. We grabbed some gelato and hung out admiring it in all its beauty. This is the one attraction that we made the trip to see both during the day and at night!


Well friends, that concludes our travels in Rome. Up next: Malta!

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