I had butterflies in my stomach and a lump in my throat the whole morning before I left to drive to Banty's Roost Gold Course yesterday. I had Z103.5 playing quite loudly and the windows down on the hot sunny Sunday afternoon. The beats from the radio and warm wind in my hair finally started to calm me down all the while helping heal my mood and confidence.
An email earlier in the week had sent my confidence in my photography plummeting to an all time low leavaing me to think I wasn't good enough to even be participating in Sunday's event.
But the summer sun and upbeat music reminded me that I can only give my all, not everyone will like me, and that's okay. Negative feedback are stepping stones, there to push me, challenge me to do better. And I will, and I did.
When I met my couple yesterday I was even more relieved. They had a great personality about them and I am more than happy with the results (that post coming Wednesday)
But before heading out to "The Barn" I took some quick snaps of the newly renovated Madison Room while I met the other photographers, chatted camera talk, and kept our fingers crossed that the dark clouds overhead would soon pass.
If you're looking into booking a venue with a beautiful reception area, amazing grounds for your wedding photos then definitely look into Banty's Roost Golf & Country Club. Be sure to get in touch with Ophellia McKnight at Banty's Roost, she and the venue will not disappoint.
I just loved how the cream cheese for the bagels were put in martini glasses!
Ophellia, again thank you for the opportunity. I had a great time :)