I met Jessica for the first time at a coffee shop near my house. When she walked in right away I knew I wanted to be her wedding photographer. She is so gorgeous, like super model gorgeous. We talked for an hour or so and really hit it off. As she told me all of the details of her day I got more and more excited. I just love a DIY bride who sees photography as art and isn't afraid to let her groom wear Chuck Taylor's to the wedding. :) I also love when my clients become my friends, it makes the wedding so much more personal for me. :)
What I enjoyed most about this wedding was how creative it was. From the Mexican Coca-Cola to the City BBQ that was served for dinner, Jessica and Michael made their wedding unique by making it personal. Their sense of style was everywhere. I am sure a lot of the wedding decorations were recycled as home decor since the reception looked just like a room out of their house.
Thank you Jessica and Michael for inviting me to be your photographer. Your wedding was so much fun!
We started the day at Jessica and Michael's house where Jessica got ready.Ahhh, the dress, so pretty!Simply stunning.The outdoor ceremony and the reception were held at the Anderson Center in Anderson Township.Marti's Floral Designs did a fantastic job on Jessica's flowers. Since Jessica and Michael opted to have a very special first look before the ceremony, we had plenty of time for pictures at Sawyer Point and Eden Park. I love all of the red details. Milk glass vases are always so elegant.The best part of leaving a wedding is being forced to take home cake. It was too good!
Dress: European Bridal Cake: Patricia's Weddings & Custom Cakes Flowers: Marti's Floral Designs Officiant: John Baird (He was fantastic) Venue: The Anderson Center Linens: www.connieduglinlinen.com Chairs: Camargo Rental DJ: Party Pleasers Catering: City Barbeque Hair: Friend of the Bride-Amy Roll Makeup: Melissa Hays from Mary Kay