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Molly, Class of 2016 | Pisarcik Greenhouses & Flower Farm | Pittsburgh Senior Portraits

If you can't tell by now, it will certainly become clear from this blog post that I am a little obssessed with flowers. I love floral prints for any purpose and I love planting flowers in the spring and summer. Having a fresh bouquet on my kitchen table every week is a must during the summer months. I simply cannot get enough. Perhaps it is has something to do with growing up at Nana & Pap Pap's and seeing the love and care they put into thier flower garden. The sidewalk leading into thier home was lined with all sorts of flowers, beautiful bursts of color and sweet smells of summertime are forever embedded into my soul. It's basically a part of me now. Which is why I HAD to do this photoshoot. It was originally supposed to be part of last year's senior model team group shoot. When all the models bailed last minute, Molly was there to steal the show. And she did just that. I have to say, I remember this young lady when she was just a little tot. Now she is grown and beautiful, sweet and kind with the rest of her life ahead of her. This was the dream photoshoot I always wanted for my senior pictures, so Molly was happy to oblige by wearing this beautful flower crown made with loving hands. Many thanks to Elaine at Pisarcik Greenhouses & Flower Farm for the beautiful flower crown and allowing us to come in and play among the flowers. (a little dream come true for me)

If you are thinking about your senior photos please consider this: We will work together to find a style and location that fits who YOU are. No idea is too crazy or wierd for me. I am willing to go the limit and take a risk in making your visions come to life. THIS is the best part of what I do. Getting to know you and finding out what your dreams are so that we can create beautiful images to commerate such a pivotal time in your life!

Flower Crown designed and made by: Pisarcik Greenhouses & Flower Farm

Handmade Turquoise Jewelry: The Turquoise Forest

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