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ASHLEA SNELL

Ashlea's Journal

I love late nights, real laughs, genuine love, and fresh air. If you're into photos that feel as real as you are, you want your memories made to last, and you'd like to make a new friend in the process, keep scrolling, I can't wait to meet you. 

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Hi There sweet Brides, friends, families, and future Ashlea Snell Brides,  This award ceremony has passed through my feed three times now, since starting my photography journey. This February i’ll be celebrating my fourth year in business. I am shocked, honored and just thankful to be where I am today and i’m more honored that […]

December 21st started off like any Friday that I have a wedding. I gathered my gear, made sure everything was charged and set to go. I headed out the door, and grabbed Sarah on the way out of town and we headed to a beautiful Catholic Church in New London. We arrived and Miranda, Mindy […]

December 1st started off as a quiet, overcast, chilly day here in Wisconsin. A day that Bailey and Cody had been waiting for, for years and years. You see they got engaged over 2 years ago, and wanted to plan the most perfect day, and seriously, this day did not disappoint! They contacted me over […]

Obviously ya’ll know I am a wife, a mom and a business owner and life is BUSY! I think we can all agree that life is sometimes too busy for our own good. I posted on my instagram the other day if you guys would love to see some killer (EASY!) recipes for you to […]

November November, November! Goodness am I the only one who thinks 2018 has FLOWN by?! Jenna contacted me literally last year in October and she had been following my work for A YEAR! Talk about me blushing so hard! These two met their freshman year in high school in their algebra class. He asked her […]

I think this is probably one of the hardest blog posts I’ve ever written. Before you get scared or nervous, it is good news! But, its a little about me that you may not have known. Its taken me about three years to actually build up the courage to share. So here we go… finally.  […]