When I pour over Lindsay + Kelly's wedding day images, I see endless details that speak directly to who they are as a couple. I see the darling wedding invitations, as well as other elements of decor, that Lindsay made and designed herself. I see an intimate, lakeside ceremony officiated by the bride’s very own brother. I see a close knit group of friends and family enjoying a beer at sunset during their cocktail hour and portraits that will both make you smile and melt your heart. These things and many, many more made Lindsay and Kelly’s springtime wedding day one that I’ll hold close for years to come. Featured today on the Gray Door Photography blog, linked in my bio. ⠀ ⠀ Venue // @thefilterbuilding Floral Design // @flourish.floraldesign ⠀ Rentals // @poshcouturerentals Bakery // @paninibakery
To have and to hold, those hands will comfort, serve, and uplift her spouse and future family even after they are aged, worn, and wrinkled. Whether it be placing a ring on her new husband's finger, contently hold his hand, or resting them in steadfast prayer - the hand you give in marriage carries endless meaning.
Happy Monday! 🌿 I hope that your weekend was restful (or full of adventure if that better suits you!) and that your week is off to a lovely start! This morning I'm spending time on Cassie + Dan's spring wedding day at @thegrovetx and truly mean it when I say there is so much goodness and love in their images. Their adoring expressions...this is why I do what I do.
Began the week with work that made my heart flutter - putting the final touches on images from a modern elopement shoot from my time in Paris. It has only been one month since we said goodbye, but more than ever I miss the romance, architecture, and history of this incredible city - la Ville Lumière 💡⠀ ⠀
An intimate destination wedding complete with thoughtful details and portraits along the canals of one of Europe's most beautiful cities? So. Much. Yes. More to come soon 🌿
Since arriving home from Europe, seeking simple has brought me so much peace and renewal. I’ve been making more time for rest, taking more care in what I eat, evaluating wants vs. needs, and doing some major reflecting about what’s important and where we can simplify our household. It might not sound like much, but it’s been so good for me to take a step back and look at the big picture. The goal: build a life centered around what matters most (NOT around material things); a life that fosters strength and togetherness when all is well and when it isn’t.