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Pink & Gold Wedding- Lizzie and Vince

Pink and Gold Wedding. This wedding is very special, mostly because Lizzie is a very close friend of mine, and when she got engaged, I volunteered to coordinate her wedding. Lizzie wanted pink, gold, and silver details throughout, so I created the table numbers and place cards in silver. Another one of our friends created the centerpieces. The cake backdrop with the floral crown and the petals and ribbons were also a nice DIY created by yours truly. It took a while, but it was worth it! The wedding took place at Urbana’s Fire Hall, which is much fancier than you’d think a fire hall would be. The chandeliers set the mood to this romantic wedding, and the whole night was a blast. This is Dany’s first wedding as the primary photographer, and I think he did great job. A few of these are mine, but 98% of these are his. Enjoy:)

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Pink & Gold Wedding

Blue Backyard Wedding- Megan & Kyle

Blue Backyard Wedding. I was really amazed by this simple yet elegant backyard wedding. The ceremony space was gorgeous, and had a really intimate feel to it. The reception was held in the front yard, under a tent. Everything was so low key with a rustic feel. Very homey! Megan had her dress custom made in Turkey! I love the scarves that were added at the bottom. The portrait photos were taken at the back of the ceremony area; it was private, and awesome for photos. I love this wedding, and in part because I was able to work with my brother, who is breaking into wedding videography. As soon as I have the video for this wedding, I’ll update this post. Enjoy!

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Blue Backyard Wedding

Washington DC Temple Bridal Portraits- Alison & Josh

Washington DC Temple Bridal Portraits. Alison and Josh contacted me to do their bridal portraits 2 hours before their actual wedding taking place inside the temple. I was very smitten when I got there, as the gardens are beautifully kept, and led to amazing shots. I love that her dress was modest, but still very pretty and feminine. Check out the bouquet. Alison photocopied poems from their long distance relationship, and made them into flowers, which was an amazing detail. I am so glad the weather was nice, though sunny noon lighting wasn’t ideal, we managed just fine:)Washington DC Temple Bridal PortraitsWashington DC Temple Bridal PortraitsWashington DC Temple Bridal PortraitsWashington DC Temple Bridal Portraits