I vow to be there on your wedding day come rain or shine, for 2 guests or 200, for the smiles, the tears, and everything in between. I vow to be your confidant and friend — someone who earns your trust, who respects your vulnerability, and who honors your love story by documenting it authentically.
February 19, 2019
Where do I even begin with Nikki and Lee’s wedding? The hugs!
The whole day reminded me of the big family reunions I have with my family during the summer: surrounded by happy kids, laughing adults enjoying cold beers, soooo many hugs, and even a enjoying a bonfire with s’mores at night. That’s exactly the way a historic family-owned barn wedding SHOULD feel. The best part is that they had so many good, salt of the earth people for me to photograph. The Barn at Ever Thine was the perfect venue for anyone looking for a real, good time. I loved photographing the guests enjoying the property, whether it was a game of cornhole or watching the younger ones play touch football in the back—there were so many great documentary-style wedding photos just waiting to be captured. And so many great hugs! I was so happy that Nikki and Lee let me be as photojournalistic and unposed as I wanted for their wedding because I got to photograph so many big-squeeze-wrap-you-up hugs at their wedding. I loved every minute of it!
Nikki, wow, you looked incredible! Thank you to you and Lee for allowing me to document your special day.