pottery barn bridal event


** Unfortunately, it seems as tho this event never came to fruition. I'll obviously let you know if they decide to reschedule at a later date. **

** please note: This event has been postponed until April. I will let you know once I know a definite date. Sorry for the inconvenience! **

Pottery Barn at the Maine Mall has asked emilie inc., to participate in a private bridal registry event in March (likely Sunday morning, the 19th, before the store opens to the public). I will keep you posted with the details...

knitting olympics


Check out what my dear friend Rachel has been doing to keep busy these last two weeks in the Providence Journal. Follow their progress at LicketyKnit.com.

pictage promotions


Pictage, the online image gallery hosting service I use, automatically sends promotional information to the email address you registered. Unfortunately, I don't have much control over what they send and when. So if you find their correspondence annoying, you can easily stop it by opting out of such notices in your preferences. (That said, I definitely think their offers are worth reading and will save you money on your print and product orders).

back to business


Thanks for your patience while I was out of town. I had a fantastic vacation and am now back and available for appointments.

London Calling


I will be out of the country until Tuesday, February 14th. I won't have access to phone or email messages until I return, and I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

I studied in London for a semester in college and haven't been back since. Tho a quick trip, I am ridiculously excited to visit again and retrace our steps. I'll be sure to let you know all about it when I return!

Have a great week/end, and Happy Valentine's Day!

PSA: The Breast Cancer Diaries


A talented colleague is in the final stages of completing a very important documentary on breast cancer called 'The Breast Cancer Diaries.' Please take a moment to poke around the website and learn a bit about the project, www.thebreastcancerdiaries.com.

Warm fuzzy


Wow! I received a beautiful hand-written thank you note this week that is too long to post on my testimonials page, but thought it worthy of sharing in its entirety on the blog. It's from the mother of a bride from a wedding in Washington, DC, in June '05:

"Dear Emilie,

Happy New Year! Recently, while cleaning out papers, I came across the thank you note I had written to you but never mailed last summer. With sincere apologies, I want to belatedly thank you for the incredible photographs of Kate and Randy's wedding. What a priceless treasure they are. In each photo, your artistic eye captured a moment and emotion of the day. You are a true talent!

The first dances are a prime example of your gift. Within one song, you caught Kate and Randy laughing, a moment of tenderness, deep love, totally oblivious to the family and friends and contemplating a new life together. You caught a full range of emotions.

Emotions ruled the day and you were totally unobtrusive as you photographed everything. So many moments, I didn't see. What a gift to be able to see the day with your amazing eyes.

Your demeanor kept Kate relaxed and that relaxation eventually flowed through everyone else. You are a true professional but having you there was like having a dear friend with us for the day.

We are all thrilled with the results! Kate shared your website with me. It is so you! Professional, yet not imposing or stuffy, giving clients examples of the full array of your talents and skills.

Emilie, I wish you all the best in your life and career. I am so happy you were the one to share one of the most important days in our lives. My memories along with your photographs are a priceless treasure. Please forgive me for being so late with my deepest thanks.

Thank you!
(mother of the bride's name here)"
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