Kate, I am crying into my iced coffee at Heritage Bicycles. I have only gotten through me getting dressed and I had to email you thank you and let you know that you are the best photographer in the history of ever. You couldn't have been a more delightful addition to our day and as far as my Dad is concerned, you're family so we'll see you at Thanksgiving. Really though- thank you so much for capturing such a great day for us. We appreciate it more than you could ever know. -nicole

Sorry in advance social media world, you are about to get slammed with pictures Kate De La Rosa shot on our Chicago trip. I swear this woman is a miracle worker because it was the ugliest day and we were exhausted and gave up after 10 minutes. We are forever in debt to her!  Kate, how you managed to get ANYTHING from such a crummy day is a miracle (much less, images we adore). We love you. -amber

We just got back from Italy and probably said every day we were gone what a blast we had with you on our wedding day so I wanted to drop you a line and say thank you. You were such a fantastic part of our day, we really couldn't have asked for a more perfect fit and just thank you thank you thank you! Our family and friends loved you and we felt so comfortable all day long. -nina

Taking portraits in the park after the ceremony was so much fun too. Our photographer really understands us and it shows in all of her photographs. Her approach and gorgeous spirit made the experience even more complete. Newt and I are really casual and it was surreal to be photographed as bride and groom. He looked so very handsome. We just kept whispering to each other, "We're married!" and smiling. -Nicole

A couple months ago Chad and I took engagement photos and I shared them with you. They're lovely and not glossy. They're the very real parts of chad and i: awkward faces and rolls and love. But there's one photo I look at every single day. It's of a painting that my father did. It was a project of ours, I painted something on the canvas originally (i hated it the final product) and he took over and painted around it, leaving bits of the original exposed. While I don't know if Kate knew what she was doing when she took that photo, I was happy to see it show up in the batch of files. -vera