If there was one thing my mom really instilled in me as a kid it was the importance of a hand-written thank you note.  After every single birthday, Christmas, or any other occasion where a gift was given, my mom sat me down with a pile of cards, stamps, envelopes and a pen and made certain that every single person was thanked.  She never wavered and because of that, to this day, I always send thank you notes.  So whenever we’re on the receiving end of a hand-written thank you, I’m always elated.  Elated that our clients took the time to express their appreciation as well as over-the-moon that our clients are so happy with what we created for them.

Here’s a note I received recently from Annie & Brad:

Mark & Michele,
Thank you very much for capturing all the happiness throughout our big day!  We were so blessed to have found you both to  document our day!  The pictures are BEYOND anything we could have hoped for!  We look forward to the wedding album.  Best of luck on all future endeavors.  We’ll miss chatting!  Thanks again!  – Annie & Brad

While it sometimes feels a bit like we’re tooting our own horn by sharing these notes, I feel it’s important to share what our clients are saying.  We can talk about ourselves until we’re blue in the face but it’s our past clients that can tell you from experience that we stand behind what we do and deliver.  For more words from our clients, be sure to check out our Google reviews here.

If you’re considering a winter wedding at Devil’s Thumb Ranch or anywhere in the Rocky Mountains, be sure to check out more from Annie & Brad’s wedding here.

Happy Monday everyone!  Have a wonderful week!

Hi there! IN Photography is us, Mark & Michele, your husband and wife team. We’re part-time wanderers, full-time photographers and lovers of all things outdoors. Twelve years ago we started this business with nothing but two photography degrees and a dream. Today we pride ourselves on delivering a superior product and exceptional client experience.

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