Welcome back to another installment of Real Weddings Magazine’s Partner Profiles!
This week we highlight the crazy talented Amy Nicole from The Studio! Amy is such a sweetheart and truly one of the nicest, most thoughtful people we know…and as an added bonus, she’s really funny too! Take it away Amy!
Tell us a little about your company? I specialize in weddings, but I also love photographing babies and kids.
When did you establish your business? I’ve been a professional Photographer for more than 10 years and started The Studio about three years ago.
What sets you apart from your competition? Me!
Where do you find inspiration? Anthropologie catalog and the Nordstrom Rack Shoe aisle.
When you opened shop, what was your promise to your customers? Personalized service! I want all my clients to have photos that reflect their style more than my own.
Do you have any hidden talents? Hmmm… the robot, balancing Half Moon, pretty awesome zumba moves and excellent singing in the car voice.
What trend do you see coming in 2011? Dessert Buffets! Yum! How great is this?!
Do you regularly blog? If so, what’s your blog site? Yes, thestudiobyamynicole.wordpress.com
What’s your favorite local restaurant? Wasabi in Folsom has best best best sushi!!!
What’s your favorite local charity? Albie Aware-Albie Carson Breast Cancer Foundation. Amazing group of people raising money locally!!
What is your favorite fun thing to do locally? California Wine country!!!!
Do you have secret vice or indulgence? What is it? Indulgence for sure in delicious food and wine.
What are you most grateful for in life? People who I love.
If you were to plan your own wedding, or re-do your wedding, what elements would be most important to you? Planning my own wedding most important thing: choosing the right person to marry right? Everything else is easy!
What advice would you can give to brides and grooms getting married today? If you love hosting a big event (as I do) then go all out! If you don’t, elope then have a big party after. Make it personal, make it just your style and don’t turn it into something that will stress you out just to please someone else or because you think you have to do it a certain way.
Photos courtesy of The Studio.