Alright so this is the longest blog post I have ever done, but I just can't help it. This wedding is very personal for me. Sara and Jeremy have been very good friends of mine for many years. When I heard they got engaged I knew I had to be the one to photograph it. Anyone who knows these two can tell you they are the kindest souls you will meet. Being part of their wedding celebration was an honor. All of their close friends and family headed around 3 hours to The Barn at Cedar Grove for their wedding. We spent the weekend sharing stories about Sara and Jeremy while enjoying a break from the city. We drank, we danced, we sang, we laughed, we saw stars, we almost sunk a boat. It was a spectacular wedding weekend. The wedding had so many personal touches. Sara made most of the decor. She has been saving bottles for what seems like forever preparing. Their good friend Rich officiated. Music was provided by their friends Stuart and Maya. Jeremy and his band The Tongue and Lips performed a special song for Sara and her dad. Everything was full to the brim with heart. I came home with the biggest smile on my face. I am still smiling as I go through and relive the day through these pictures. Thank you so much for your love and friendship Sara and Jeremy. And thank you for letting me be the one to capture your wedding. I wish you both a lifetime of happiness together!
Sara found two dresses she liked on Etsy. She worked with Ashley from Casablanca Vintage to create something that totally fit her style. Sara's Free People headpiece was the perfect accessory to such an awesome dress. Jeremy spent his time before the wedding rehearsing with his band. Sara's best friend/maid of honor, Emily made the fabric alter decor. So pretty. Sara's friend Lauren designed this beautiful cake for the couple. Seriously though, Have you ever seen a bride play wiffle ball at their wedding?! Sara and Jeremy's friend Brent (pictures above left getting down) made this awesome marquee.Sara and Jeremy are both artists. They gave me the freedom to do whatever I wanted with their pictures, so we made lots of art using Polaroids and my iPhone. More polaroids of a little bit of everything. This is an iPhone picture shot by my awesome assistant for the day, my boyfriend Chris. It still blows my mind. So dreamy!