When my brides and grooms become my friends, I feel truly thankful for this “job”. I feel my couples choose me because we click. My couples get me as I get them and it makes the whole photography process a breeze. Brittany and Josh are no exception. During their sunset portrait time, they let me in on a little secret that blew me away. They said after some reflection over their wedding planning process, they were so grateful for the relationships they had formed with their pastor… and me! It truly touched my heart but looking back, I really wouldn’t expect anything less from Brittany and Josh. Two incredibly kind human beings with huge hearts for faith, friends and family… they are meant for one another and I’m so lucky to know them.
Brittany’s something old was her dad’s wedding band and her mom’s anniversary band. It was such a sweet moment.
Not a dry eye in the house after Brittany read her letter from Josh. It was perfect.
Her something borrowed – a broach.
Her something new on her wrist from Josh and her something blue from Josh’s mom on her finger.
How beautiful is Brittany! Ah!
Loving these purple hues!
Shout out to what an amazing job all these kiddos did!
I love the photo below. So many personalities!
How gorgeous is the barn at Oak Creek Farm?!
These Sorby Sweet’s cupcakes were SO good!
Brittany and Josh had pizza for dinner! It was awesome!
We snuck out for a few sunset photos. Worth it!
Brittany did a dance with her brother.
Josh’s dance with his mom.
This photo gets to stand alone haha
Congratulations Brittany and Josh!
Ceremony and Reception | Oak Creek Farm
Cake and Desserts | Sorby Sweets
Hair | Main Street Hair Studio
Makeup | Zoraida Sherald (Mary Kay)
Florist | The Flower Cottage
Catering | River City Wood Fire Pizza
Dress | Ava Laurenne Bride
DJ | David Sigmon
Bridesmaids Dress | David’s Bridal
Invitations | Wedding Paper Divas