I truly felt like I was amongst family when I got to work with Kirsten and Matt for their beautiful wedding.
Every detail was well thought out and had sentimental history. From the lace on the bouquet (which were remnants from her grandmothers wedding dress), to the math symbols etched into the grooms cuff links to reflect his teaching profession.
We began the day with the ‘first look’ out in the gardens of Rosemount United Methodist Church. It was a private photo session with the bride and groom, aside from the entire bridal party and mothers pressed up to the glass windows watching and waving from inside the church.
You would never guess that it was about 90 degrees and felt every part of it with the humidity. Somehow these two stayed cool as cucumbers and enjoyed each other before their ceremony.
Now it was time for the reason we were all gathered
After the bridal party arrived to SouthView Country Club by their huge party bus, it was time to take advantage of the beautiful golf course
The bridal party was as easy-going as the bride and groom and their fun personalities really made for beautiful portraits
After the bridal party was dismissed to enjoy cocktail hour, the bride and groom game me 10 more min of their time to capture the beautiful scenery
The bride’s bouquet lasted as long as the dancing shoes and made for a great backdrop for her gorgeous ring