Okay so I originally wanted to post this wedding when my new website and blog design was released, but as soon as I inserted the pictures below…I could not wait any longer to post it! So hopefully the next post you see will be the unveiling of my new look. Get excited. I met Anna and Brian back in December of 2010. As soon as we sat down at Starbucks and started talking about the details of their wedding, I knew we were a match made in heaven. Anna and Brian are two of the nicest people I know and every time we hang out (whether it had to do with their wedding or not), I knew God put them in my life for a reason. I could go on and on about this wedding and this couple. I truly think this post is a turning point in my career because whenever I look at these images, I want to cry. I am finding out so much about myself through this career and I can see how much I’ve grown in every new picture I take. Anna, you have become one of my greatest friends and I have you and Brian to thank for creating such a beautiful wedding post. These pictures are your story and I feel so honored to be the one presenting it. I wish you all the best in your life together, and I am so excited to be a part of it even after the wedding day. Did I mention how much I love my job?
Anna’s bouquet was made out of beautiful brooches from her family history. Need I say more.
The bridal party rode around in this amazing bus from one location to another! They rode in style…
Keep an eye out for pictures from their photobooth! They rocked it!
Ceremony: 1st English Lutheran Church
Reception: Old Bag Factory
Floral: Camille’s of Bristol
Caterer: Bread and Chocolate
Cake: Missy Vander Reyden
Cupcakes: Ashley Krieg
Groom’s Cake: Megan Williams
Wedding Coordinator: Unforgettable Day (Heathyr Harkless)
Hair and Makeup: Amore and Jenna Martindale