Saturday, May 10, 2014

Jeremy & Kayla | Forever Could Never Be Long Enough

The morning of April 27 dawned... well, not so very clear and bright. In fact, it was a day of relentless downpours and heavily overcast conditions. Not ideal for weddings, particularly when you're the photographer. But the important part was that it did not serve to put a damper on the festivities and the celebration of two lives coming together to be wed. For a lifetime. And maybe just a couple wrinkles on my forehead. But that's okay; small price to pay. 

The wedding went off without a hitch. Except for it was a hitch, which is basically the whole point of weddings, right? Their wedding was so unique to them in a very beautiful way. The father of the bride built the incredible arbor. The aisle decor was stunning and meaningful. The little touches to include people in special ways... It was all very creative and lovely. 

Jeremy & Kayla were (and I think it is probably safe to assume still are) a fun couple, and their wedding party and families were equally fun. And photogenic. Which was a good thing because between terrible lighting and serious time crunching, it was quite the obsticality. (And yes, an experience like that deserves its own homemade word.) I am so proud of everyone for being able and willing to win the world's record for speed and efficiency when it comes to the heinous task of cooperating and smiling (with a healthy dose of goofy and fun just for good measure) for wedding pictures. So thank you, my willing subjects!!  

 3 Generations

A HUGE thank you goes to my assistants for the day, Bailey & Tabby. You girls were great and made my job much easier. THANK YOU!!!

1 comment:

  1. What a stunning bride! And such a beautiful wedding!


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