It's that special time of month where we like to give a big shout out to our wonderful sponsors! We appreciate them SO much and just know that you will love them as much as we do!
First up is Shear Perfection Photography. Shear Perfection is owned and operated by Sam Dods. Here's more about Sam and her awesome business:
Hi and welcome! My name is Sam. I am extremely lucky to be doing the two things i love the most working with people and photography... I have always been around children with my work, from being a nanny to a teachers aid and have always loved taking pictures so decided to combine them...
We all know that children grow up to fast before you know it they have gone from the cot to moving out, so my aim is to capture the moments in time that will last a life time, the essence of your family,the bond between mother and child and the curiosity of the siblings, some thing you can look back on for years to come......I proudly spend alot of time with my clients and feel honored that I'm invited into their lives and those who are close to them..
Next up is Gabanni Photography, a family owned and operated business specializing in wedding photography and portraits. They know through experience that no two events are alike and capture your wedding in a way that will reflect your unique personality. They understand how important your special day is to you, your partner, friends, family and everyone else involved and we would love to help you remember it forever.
New on the scene is a cute little knit shop called OLuvinit. Olivia is the owner and creator behind OLuvinit and is retired and loving it… she is enjoying traveling with her husband Bob, as well as many other hobbies she never found time to do when she was working full time! Here's more about Olivia:
My mother sewed when I was a child and her love for needle work and sewing must have been passed along to me. I, too, love to create! I was a stay at home mom until my youngest child entered 1st grade, so I made most of my daughters' clothes and I learned English smocking and French hand sewing (which I also taught in my home). Now, many years later, knitting newborn props has become a new passion for me. Every time I pick up the needles, I never know what I am going to make, as I never follow a pattern exactly and sometimes not at all, but I enjoy watching each item emerge from the needles! With just a little change here and there and using different mixtures of yarn and material- each item becomes very unique and special.
Let's show our sponsors some love by visiting their pages and saying "hi", don't forget to let them know you saw them on the Beautiful Photo Props blog! Have a great Memorial Day weekend!