Nothing sums up fall like the crisp air, pretty leaves, sweaters with boots, football, and sunsets. We had every single one of those elements for Brandi & Tyler’s engagement session. I’m already looking forward to getting these two back infront of the camera for their wedding next year!
Maria and Ryan became wife & husband earlier this month on what was a beautiful fall day despite the dampness. The rain seemed to curtain around us without ever actually falling. They were married in Maria’s hometown of New Bremen, Ohio in their beautiful Catholic church. Maria’s dress was that of a classic beauty featuring cut out sides and a dramatically low back. I have a spot in my heart for simple clean dresses.
I love when couples do a first look, allowing them a few moments to themselves without anyone else around is such a rare moment on a wedding day.
There is something special about fall weddings, I am not sure if it is the cooler weather or if it because the leaves are just starting to change. Nicole and Matthew had one of those fall weddings that remind us how beautiful the change of seasons can be. It was a day spent rejoicing in God for brining these two together and celebrating full heartedly with their family and friends.
How beautiful is the lace on Nicole’s dress?
There is nothing better than the way that Dad’s fiercely love their little girls…
Nicole & Matthew stood on opposite corners unable to see each other but were abele to share letter they wrote to each other on the morning of their wedding day, this was just moments before met at the front of the church.
I couldn’t narrow down my favorites so one major blog post here for you. LeAnn and Kurt’s wedding day was everything a wedding day should be. It was full of happiness, celebration, love and a few ugly cries. The bridesmaids teased LeAnn that she was an ugly crier and by the end of the night we were able to confirm that she gets that from her Father!
I love when couples do a first look, such a special and private moment.
Their groomsmen and good friend Todd who is paraplegic was able to walk down the isle for their wedding using a something called the ReWalk program. More information about that can be found here http://rewalk.com
It is hard to put into word everything that Larissa and Eric’s wedding day was, the full day was centered around rejoicing that God brought these two together. I can’t imagine that there was a dry eye in the church while Father recited their words about each other. The wedding party was full of personality and laughter was found throughout the entire day. It was a great honor and joy to be a part of their wedding day!
It is an old catholic wives tale to ensure good weather for a wedding, women hung their rosary beads on the clothesline the day before a wedding. Larissa’s family hung their rosary out starting a week prior to ensure the best weather for the wedding day.
We had to stop by the new brewery in town between the ceremony and reception, I love the sparkly dresses with the old barn feel.