Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Tim + Lindsay

These two have been guests at quite a few weddings I have had the honor of photographing, and now, I am blessed to be photographing their wedding! We warmed up with a practice session, aka, engagement session.  Lindsay is the most down to earth, genuinely sweetest and Tim matches her tenfold.
We met on one of the very last warm days at Orchard Glenn. Tim grew up not too far from there and frequently visited the area as a kid. The perfect location for starting the next chapter in their life. Have a peek at their adorableness, enjoy!
























Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Dan + Jocelyn

Jocelyn and Dan had a very intimate wedding with just the two of them at Rustic Oaks. They chose to not have a traditional bridal party and kept their wedding day special to just themselves. We crossed every finger and toe, hoping for the rain to let up for photos, but it never stopped. However, the rain didn't stop these two from venturing out into the hillside and river for some outdoor photos (which I so appreciated! Their album wouldn't have been the same without!) 
If you remember from their engagement session, Jocelyn's ring is a very light hue of blush pink! Jocelyn mentioned she wanted something bit different with her dress, a hanging dress isn't what she envisioned for her dress, so we laid it out and were able to capture all of the details in a completely different way. LOVE!!  Their ceremony was one to remember with the officiant sharing hilarious little insider tidbits about each of them and they united as one with glass pouring. Literally! They each had a different shade of glass crystals, which they combined in their unity ceremony. It will be made into a vase to be treasured for forever!  The cake topper was  "something borrowed" from her Grandparents wedding!! I love all the little personal touches these two had!
I have quite a few favorites, please enjoy!








































































































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