not as obvious when it’s missing, but impossible to ignore when it is present. that aura about a couple, that just emit the truest, most pure love. you cant ignore it.
being in the presence of these two makes me want to be in love. not for loves sake, but at the hope of being able to feel and possess what these two have, what is so evident in just watching and observing. they have left me with joy and a different admiration for what a wedding can mean. the way two lives come together.
if every wedding got ready in a house like this, i’d be one happy girl. doing cartwheels everywhere. craigslisted house. do it.
you can’t beat a bride with a red lip on her wedding day. youza.
good lord i love this.
one of those moments where i really freak out.
and this is when I get coaxed into an old woman’s house that is easily something out of an episode of hoarders. she tells me that she wants $20 if I’m going to shoot on her property…money to repair the barn. i forked over $20, walked out alive, and got these shots. it was worth it.
crazy bout this one.
holy cow, right?
i spy heather’s parents being uber cute.
and this would be the mastermind behind the wedding design, and her trusty steed.
This is a day I’d go back and be in and shoot, any time. One that I’m so sad is over and feel so lucky that clients like this seek me out. that their family act as the most encouraging and grateful people. heather and jeff impacted me the first time i met them, and i was anxious for their wedding since that day. thank you guys for your energy, excitement, model of love. i’m indebted to you.
to this day, their e-session was by far one of my favorite times shooting. you can see it here.
Big thanks to Nicole Firestone for coming along and shooting this day with me. Some of the images above are hers.
Venue: Hidden Meadows (can’t wait to shoot here more, yahooo)
Wedding Design/Planning: Plume Wedding Concepts (please, everybody, hire this gal. she does magic.)