You might remember Natasha and Hank from their engagement session I photographed at the Southgate House last year. I have been looking forward to their wedding ever since. These two have amazing style. I fell in love with all of the little details they came up with to make their day unique. They wanted their wedding to feel relaxed and natural. Every single aspect of this wedding was do-it-yourself. Natasha created the bouquets and all of the centerpieces, her sister and other family members made all of the food, a good friend helped build the photo booth wall and all of the signs, guests drank beer out of mason jars and set up tents so the party could go on all night long. It was casual, creative, and full of so much love.
Natasha's mother giving the couple her blessing, so sweet! Natasha and Hank collected decor from local thrift stores to use on the tables. The plates they used were all vintage finds they plan on donating back to the Goodwill. They bottled their own lemonade for favors.Natasha's sister did an amazing job on the cupcakes and desserts.Are you ready for the quickest ceremony ever...it was four minutes long. There is that yellow wall that I love to photograph. It worked so well with the colors of their wedding.
Another Holga image. This one is a crazy double exposure collaboration image taken by Hank's little brother Alexander and me. I love it!
This one was taken with my 35mm film camera. The film I used was expired in 1997.