Monthly Archives: July 2013

Ali, Searcy High School Class of 2014 | Portrait Artist, Cheryl Weaver

Where do you see yourself in ten years?  Dallas, Texas Has reading a book ever changed your life?  If so, which oneView full post »

Kristin’s Bridals | Searcy, Arkansas Bridal Photography

Kristin was married this past Saturday, so I can now share these!!  I absolutely love being able to time asideView full post »

Robbins-Sanford Grand Hall Wedding, Searcy Arkansas | Jaime + Josh

I love weddings.  I LOVE WEDDINGS!!! Did I say that loud enough?!  I love getting to know each of our couples and byView full post »

Beautiful Bride | Lindsey Jernigan

Lindsey was married this past Saturday, so I can now share her bridals!!! I had a great time running around with LindseyView full post »

Brooklynn, Pangburn High School Class of 2014 | Portrait Artist, Cheryl Weaver

Tell us about the person(s) who have had the single, greatest impact on your life.  My mom and dad Where do you seeView full post »

Hannah | Portrait Photographer, Cheryl Weaver

Meet Hannah.  She’s spunky, energetic, confident and entertaining.  She has been involved in community theaterView full post »

Josh & Tag | Portrait Artist, Cheryl Weaver

If you’re not already a dog lover, you’re going to be after seeing these images. Those of you who know JoshView full post »

Mommy & Me Mini Session | Portrait Photographer, Maggie Hendrix

Back in May we had a Facebook contest promoting our Mother’s Day mini session event and Maggie gave away a Mommy &View full post »

Bliss Salon & Boutique | Commercial Photographer, Cheryl Weaver

One of the greatest additions to downtown Searcy in the last year is the opening of Bliss Salon & Boutique.  WeView full post »

Searcy Arkansas Engagement | Savanna and Charlton

I absolutely adore this couple! They will be married in September of this year, and I can’t wait to experience itView full post »

Lufkin, Texas Elopement | Jessica + Mike

I had the opportunity, wait …HONOR, to travel to Texas to capture an elopement! This was my first, and hopefullyView full post »