This day was perfect. There’s no other way to describe it.
Blue skies, beautiful crisp fall temperatures, and a couple and family that share so much love it’s palpable.
Pardon the ridiculous length of this blog. I’m in love with this wedding.
Meet Bogey, the most handsome ring bearer in the world.
Bogey may or may not have been permitted in the hotel during the groom prep. I’m not telling 😉
Stephanie’s boudoir session made for a great gift to her groom!
This was the cutest. thing. ever. Bogey waited with AJ for Stephanie to come out for the first look. I can’t get over these images.
I bet this is a groomsman duty you’ve never seen before 🙂
We all know I’m a crazy dog lady. But seriously. How adorable is Bogey’s role in this amazing wedding day?!
This image got a lot of attention on Facebook 🙂 The father of the bride gave away his daughter, and immediately afterwards, his phone started talking in his pocket. I love the expressions on everyone’s faces. This was hilarious, especially because Siri called him out by name!Loved catching Stephanie’s mom’s expression in the background as rings were exchanged.
This knot-tying ceremony was such a nice touch; this is definitely going to be a keepsake for them for years to come.
The bridesmaids looked so great in the varied shades, and gray tuxes are always an excellent choice.
I couldn’t think of a more gorgeous setting for bridal party portraits.
This is one of my favorites. LOVE. Aaaaaand another favorite 🙂
It was awesome to capture the whole group of wedding guests in one photo!
The barn looked gorgeous, and seated 250 guests comfortably!
And the cookies. Don’t get me started on the cookies.
Family heirloom rings are such a beautiful addition to such a meaningful wedding.
The happy couple also got a few night photos with the bride’s grandfather’s truck, which was featured in their engagement session last winter. I love this photo!
Best wishes to a life full of love and happiness to you both (and Bogey). Your day couldn’t have been better and I’m so glad I was your photographer!
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