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April Facebook Cover Images ⋆ Lindsay Docherty Photography
April 1, 2013

April Facebook Cover Images

Personal

I love April. Sure, there may be a few days of surprises (I don’t think I’ll ever forget Carolyn and Jeremy’s torrential downpour wedding) but we’re finally over this lion/lamb business and will most assuredly see real spring soon.

Do you hear that? Those are birds chirping as I’m typing this. The sun is up in the mornings again. I no longer need to wear 10 layers to go outside. There are buds on everything. The crocuses came up a few weeks ago and I’m seeing daffodils everywhere.

For someone who despises the cold, this is my happy time. The year is turning around and the earth is opening up. I can run outside, I can put away my sweaters, and I can start waking up from this dreary hibernation that takes over in the dark winter months.

As for the upcoming Racherty (Rachlin + Docherty) nuptials, I can finally sympathize with my couples going through wedding planning. This stuff is so stressful! We’ve decided on a country and a general month but not much more. The plan is a super small wedding next July in Italy. How awesome is that?! Destination wedding planning means letting go of control so I’ll likely be updating you every month on my breathing techniques and pasta options that I won’t be able to taste before the big day. Regardless, we’re psyched!

Every month, I feature new images for download for you to use as your Facebook cover photo. I resisted the urge to post pictures of the millions of wedding magazines I have around. Click to download these images and see them at their full size and resolution.



Please note these images are made available for personal use only.

“You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.”
~ Pablo Neruda

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