I'm Stacie Stine, the photographer and calligrapher behind jamboree.
I’m a musical lover and fashion enthusiast. I’m in the last year of my twenties, living in the West Texas desert with my husband, Brett, while he pursues his second masters in Classics. When we’re not pursuing our passions, you can find us watching Parks and Recreation, playing Phase 10, or dancing around our living room to Abba albums.
IT'S MY HONOR TO VISUALLY AND CREATIVELY HELP YOU PREPARE FOR A LIFETIME TOGETHER.
I want so much for you and I haven't even met some of you yet.
I need you to know (potential clients and past clients) that I've crafted my business from my heart. That I don't take it lightly.
I’ve been a wedding photographer and graphic designer since 2014. To read more about our lives and to get an inside scoop at our own marriage’s real ups and downs, check out my lifestyle blog, Stacie Stine.
Here's why my business is called Jamboree:
A Jamboree is a party.
It's the sort of shindig-hootenany-small-town-get-together that runs deep with celebration, connection, fun, and lastly, "noisy merrymaking".
I'M YOUR JAMBOREE.
I show up ready to be your noisiest merrymaker and biggest celebrator. Ready to serve, care for, and root for you!
I would hate this job if I didn't get to be deeply personal and wonderfully professional all at once. These services I offer are the stuff of dreams, and I want you, my clients to have the best time you can possibly have. I want you to leave this Jamboree-one-woman-service encouraged, empowered, smiling, and grateful you trusted me.
JAMBOREE PROVIDES CREATIVE VISUALS TO HELP MARRIAGES THRIVE AND STAND THE TEST OF TIME.
Two ways we do that:
Romantic and candid wedding photography to remember every sacred moment, relationship, vow, and emotion.
Hand-Written and Framed Vows from your wedding day, because weddings are one day, and vows are a lifetime.Custom Illustrations
We have two things on our bedroom wall from our wedding day: a picture of us and our vows to each other, hand-written and framed.
I believe something bold and crazy about our marriage.
I believe our marriage is successful and thriving, in part, because of what we vowed (covenanted) to one another and because we've taken time since we got married to look over and remember our vows. We’ve taken time to look back over our wedding photos, to see the joy on our faces and to remember how pumped we were to celebrate our covenant marriage.
Do people really do that after their wedding day? Do they really recall what they said? What they promised? Do they really take time to remember?
IT MAKES SENSE TO ME, AS I VALUE MY OWN MARRIAGE THRIVING, THAT I WOULD VALUE MY CLIENTS' MARRIAGES THRIVING.
It gives me purpose deep in my bones and where the butterflies flutter in my stomach, to have a mission statement that values a couples' real life success beyond their actual wedding day.
I'M LOOKING FORWARD. BEYOND YOUR WEDDING DAY. I LOOK FORWARD FOR YOU AND WITH YOU. I'M HOPING SO DEEPLY THAT THE SERVICES I'LL PROVIDE YOU WITH, WILL MOVE YOUR MARRIAGE FORWARD.
I value taking time to understand you and your relationship. I value cheering you on as I snap, snap, snap at your wedding or write up your vows on my ipad. I value candid moments between you and your family members because one day those people won't be around anymore. One day you'll look back at your pictures with loved ones with tears in your eyes. I value you remembering so many sacred moments. I value helping you remember the deep-rooted reasons you got married in the first place.
I want you to have amazing photos from your wedding day and I want you to understand how hard I'll work to get those photos-- but not just so you can have them in an album on your coffee table those first few years-- I want you to have amazing and real photos, so you can really remember how deep your love is for one another. So you can remember your love is worth celebrating and fighting for.
I want you to have vows written in beautiful calligraphy, not so your wall will look pretty, but so you'll be forced to live them out. "Forced" in all of the best ways we can use that word. I want your marriage to be saved, reconciled, or thriving because you stopped and took a glance at your vows on the wall, and were reminded of what you promised and who you promised you'd be.