My goodness, talk about a memorable client. I can still hear her infectious laugh at every glance of an image. Sophie contacted me only weeks before her wedding date frantic to find someone who would fit her and her fiance Lucas' wedding day. They had a quick ceremony planned, an hour for cake and formal photos, and then had the Hofbrauhaus scheduled for the entire group to come have dinner. Sophie is from the UK, and Lucas is from right here in Kentucky. The amazing wonder of the internet brought these two together, which in turn brought me into their lives too. The flights in to the US for their family and friends arriving from the UK were so stressful, I knew that these two really needed to be able to relax and enjoy what little time we had when their day arrived. They had more than enough stress already.
This was just a three hour day and yet it seems like we captured so much more than what three hours could offer. Their entire gallery will be ready shortly, but until then, you can relive the day below!
Whitney and Andrew had a super unique kind of event. Low key, easy going, intimate and loving. The guest list was comprised of mostly family so we made sure to focus on getting everyone captured, and for the reception style event they were having it couldn't have been more perfect a day. From the perfectly shaded tree with screaming yellow leaves that was just so precisely autumn to grandpa serenading the entire crowd, it was how celebrations are meant to be. Full of love. Check it out what I mean below.
Favorite part of the day: "Speeches and beyond, especially the dances/dancing. Basically anything that involved our guests."
It feels like just a couple weeks ago Toria and I were sweating our asses off in Brazil, and between trying to catch photos of our coach sleeping, dying of dehydration, and giving side eyes to one another in a 15 passenger van while it drives directly into potholes, we somewhere discussed her new boyfriend. The one she was considering moving out of mom and dad's for. The one who put a dresser, specifically for her, in his closet so she would feel welcome at his apartment. Not everyone in her life was sold on this guy, but she was already pretty sure he was something different. That was December 2017.
Record scratch. Fast forward.
They did the thing. She moved in. He proposed. Now they're officially married. I am so glad that I was the one who got to capture this group of people. I knew a handful of them in advance, so the comfort level was pretty unbelievable. House Tyler, Tyler Two, and Tyler Three Streams... Oh my... Joy, laughter, love, friendship- exactly how a wedding should be. Enjoy your preview!
Favorite part of the day: "Seeing my husband for the first time."