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  • The flowers of late winter and early spring occupy places in our hearts well out of proportion to their size.

    Hans and Karista | Missouri Botanical Gardens| Saint Louis MO

    Hans and Karista came to me from Gail Fleming, an old friend who used to shoot weddings. She always sends me very laid-back, spontaneous couples that I LOVE working with. Hans and Karista were big fans of ‘no-pose’ photography and loved being very much in the moment.   I loved the ‘Wed-Libs’ and Wedding Poems they had up on their fireplace from the rehearsalView full post »

    Favorite details of 2014

    Here are a few ring and detail shots that I really liked this year. These usually take place within the first half hour of my arriving at the scene with the exception of ring shots which I usually do at dinnertime. I love naturally lit details, but I have been known to use a handy dandy little flashlight to get ring shots just the way I like them…View full post »

    Erica and Tom | Regency Conference Center | O’Fallon, IL

    “We met almost 10 years ago through a mutual friend.  We did not start dating until about 6 years ago after several years out of contact with each other.  I (Tom) found her on MySpace and asked her out.  A few months later we were officially dating.” “The wedding day was surprisingly relaxed.  I can’t speak for Erica, but all of the guys got ready at her father’sView full post »

    What’s in a name? Why I call my company Under Grace

    A lot of people ask me, “Michelle, why did you pick the name Under Grace Photo?”. I have found that one of the secrets of a happy marriage and family is extending to each other a blanket of Grace, just as God has given grace to us.  love things like forgiving faults, extending kindness, and loving each other just as you are. Being Under Grace is a very vulnerable place that I hope weView full post »


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