We’re so excited to introduce you to our new sponsor, Kat Harris, and even more excited that you can win 8 hours of wedding photography from Kat! Read below to find out more.
Kat Harris is a wedding and lifestyle photographer based out of New York and has an innate talent for capturing intimate moments in a beautiful way. Kat, originally from Texas, has always worked hard to pursue creative endeavors, and has found her passion with photography. We’re so thrilled she did! Kat is a renowned wedding photographer in New York, but loves to travel- especially Los Angeles, and appreciates the privilege of working with couples on the most important day of their lives.
Kat loves sharing her gift, and is kind enough to offer a couple of giveaways for our Once Wed audience! Leave a comment and we’ll enter you for chance to win one of these two prizes. First prize is an entire day of wedding photography from Kat Harris in which you’ll receive 8 hours of coverage from Kat. The second place entry will win a Central Park Engagement Session with hair and make-up included for the lovely bride to be! Leave a comment telling us your story, the date and location for your wedding, and why you think Kat would be the perfect photographer for you, and you’ll be entered to win!
We’re so honored to have Kat Harris on board as a new sponsor, and we’re absolutely ecstatic that she’s willing to share her talent with our readers! Please take a second and visit Kat’s gorgeous website to find out how to book her for your own wedding day- www.katharrisweddings.com
This giveaway ends February 7th.
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