I adore Brit and her sweet personality. Now, I have only “met” her via Twitter, but I know that if we ever get a chance to meet in person, we will be fast friends. Not only is she an awesome St. Louis wedding planner, she also has a blog called Landlocked Bride that you must check out if you haven’t yet. Here is a little more about Brit.
Brit Tucker Stewart is the editor in chief of Landlocked Bride, a blog devoted to inspiring the modern Midwest and Mountain West bride, and is the principal owner and creative director of fete stl, a St. Louis-based wedding planning and design boutique. Her design has modern roots, focusing on integrating personality and eco-friendly elements. When not immersing herself in an industry she loves so much, you can find her on the slopes in Colorado or walking her dogs and spending time with her husband in St. Louis.
Wedding Photography Faves:
I love when a photographer makes use of natural light whenever possible, focusing on the true chemistry of a couple. Photos that are candid, relaxed and honest can tell the whole story better than any pose-y photo drenched in flash light.
Advice for the engaged:
Remember that photography, other than videography, is the one thing you have as your take away from your wedding. Something to carry throughout the years and remind you of that special day. Choose someone who you can build a relationship with and connect with. Your photographer will spend nearly all day with you, and at the very least, you want her (or him) to understand your style, your personality, your character and your relationship with your significant other.
The Landlocked Bride was founded in April 2009 by Editor, Brit Tucker. A Midwestern girl at heart, she started the blog as a way to fill a niche in the wedding blog market. She works as a project coordinator for a web development firm (a job that she loves), and as a wedding planner and blogger.