We watched the forecast leading up to the wedding day and I was mentally preparing myself for what it was telling me on Friday morning - 70% chance of thunderstorms all day on Saturday. Eeek. For a girl who loves to shoot outside, that wasn't such great news. But lo and behold, I checked again Friday night and it had changed to 0% chance! Praise the Lord! And instead we just had beautiful cloud cover for most of the day.
I think Emil & Jesi's wedding stands out as one of the most unique weddings I've shot so far, and here's why: we were ahead of schedule ALL DAY. You heard that correctly. Not just on schedule, AHEAD of schedule!!! Sorry, I really couldn't get over that. It just never happens. :-)
All right. Enough chatter. Emil & Jesi, I'm so happy for you both and I wish you so much joy and blessings in your married life! Enjoy the pictures!
*So thankful for my wonderful second shooter, Wendy!
Such a beautiful ring!
Ok... this was a first for me. They DROPPED him.
I've never had groomsmen drop the groom before.
I probably need to add something to my contract about how they can't sue me if the groom breaks his neck because the groomsmen dropped him.
He didn't break his neck, thankfully. And it was kind of funny... :-)
Love the matching grins on the left, and this tender sibling moment on the right
(Wendy gets credit for the latter!)
The bawling child is just perfection. :-)
SO MUCH DESSERT. Oh my word. It was beautiful.
Grace, you are insane. In the very best way.
It's always fun to get to take pictures of my past brides & grooms at weddings!
That face.... scary.
My favorite part of the picture on the left?
The ring bearer slurping away on the Starbucks...
That kid... in the tie... I think I want to marry him.
Wedding Dress: Thrifted
Veil: Voile Boutique
Bridesmaid dresses: Eshakti
Ceremony Venue: Providence Church
Reception Venue: The Gateway Building
Cake & Desserts: Simply Grace