When a rad couple meets you at an equally rad couple’s rehearsal dinner you’re photographing, and then asks you to be their photographer too, that is the best. feeling. ever.
On the morning of her wedding, I asked Taylor, "What are you most excited for today?" A giant smile spread across her face, and she answered "I get to marry Johnny today!" That's my kind of bride.
I've said it before and I'll say it a thousand times over: I love getting the opportunity to work with my wedding couples before the big day. Even if it's only three days before.
Mindy & Alex are from Indiana, and traveled down to Destin for the beach wedding they had dreamed of. I got to nab some photos of them a few days prior, which meant when it came to the wedding day, it felt like I was shooting for family.
When a beach wedding has a solid breeze and dramatic heavy clouds that the setting sun pierces through, that totally works for me.
Hillary & James' wedding last October was one such wedding. With their families and close friends, they traveled to Pensacola to say their vows in between the sand dunes of Pensacola Beach. It may have gotten a little cold (read: it was real cold) once the sun set and the wind picked up, but this group celebrated into the night regardless.