I fell in love with this“guestbook” idea the second I saw it. By the end of their reception it was packed full with names of their dearest family and friends who have loved and supported them through the years. I keep thinking about it hanging in the home of the bride and groom. When hardships of life come, this would be a powerful reminder of the community that loves them, who witnessed the two of them becoming one on their wedding day, and will continue to support them through every joy and challenge of the lifetime ahead.
These two are ultimate #relationshipgoals - literally! They met playing a game of Ultimate and soon found themselves sharing long conversations off the field. Weston is definitely WINNING in life having Emily on his team and we can’t wait to see that love grow deeper in marriage!
Oh, you’ll get socialized all right, a little slice like you 🍰 The danger of my sweet tooth is that it usually tells all the other ones what to do 😉
There aren’t enough heart eye emojis in the world to accurately display how much I love the details on this @allurebridals dress 😍
We love discovering the unique ways that the couples we photograph love and support one another. We hear over and over again from their family and friends how the bride and the groom seem to be “just right” together. It hints at being more than just the complementarity of their personalities, but rather that they bring their strengths together towards a common goal. It’s what makes the elevation of the Eucharist one of our favorite wedding photos to capture. Just moments before they became husband and wife, and now the bride and groom turn their hearts towards God, receiving graces that will sustain them in the vows they just made, and praying for their spouse as they are side-by-side. From that day forward they promise to not just love, honor, and cherish one another but to be the helpmate that leads them to heaven.
My heart is overflowing from news that this pretty lady got to finally meet and hold her sweet new baby boy as he made his debut into the world! I’ve gotten to know Anna over the past year through a local catholic women’s blogging conference where she’s shared her heart and her wisdom with us. Through those encounters and her writing a for Blessed is She, I’ve come to also glimpse her heart for her family and know the treasure it is for her three kiddos to call her mom. Congratulations to your sweet growing family, Anna, and the beautiful fruits of your love multiplied!