megan and brent have a quiet sort of love. they don’t shout it from the rooftops or spell out in fireworks. but that doesn’t mean it’s any less encompassing than a boisterous kind of love. you can see it in the way they look at each other. or in the way brent reacted when megan walked down the aisle. or in the way that both of their moods visibly lightened after the ceremony when they were finally together and finally married.
m+b, i can’t thank you (or your family) enough for being such great clients to me. leaving a wedding feeling like family, not hired help, is why i do what i do. i truly and completely wish you nothing but the best. you deserve it.
say hello to my favorite ring shot of all time. and that blue bit that it’s resting on? that’s megan’s grandmother’s garter, with a lucky penny inside. how cool is that?
i was nervous when megan showed me where she would be getting dressed….it was really dark. she offered to move, but i though, nope, we’re going to do this. and oh MAN am i thrilled with the moodieness of these. moral of the story? trust your gear. for you camera nerds, these were shot at ISO 2500. see any grain? me neither.
we weren’t scheduled to take any photos at megan’s parent’s house, but when i pulled up, i immediately changed that plan! thank heavens for bridesmaids who are ready early!
this was such a sweet sweet moment with megan’s nephew.
onto the reception where i was met with LOTS of absolutely BEAUTIFUL details to capture.
keith bauer really killed with with the florals at this wedding. he does whimsy/romantic/vintage so well.
that, ladies and gentleman, is a little debbie bar. how fun is that?!
so, what do you do when there are little debbie’s at the reception? you stick the rings into a swiss roll, duh!
i love this of megan and her mom.