Liz and Noah, the newly Mr. and Mrs. Boren invited us to photograph their lovely wedding this past weekend. This was a great kick off to the busy months of a wedding photographer. A beautiful venue, excellent people and fantastic desserts, were enjoyed by all who came. Thanks you guys and many congrats.
Carly and Andrew were a blast to work with right from the start. We knew this was a match made in heaven when our busniess color scheme (grey and yellow) matched what she had chosen for her wedding this August. Even though Andrew’s busy schedule kept us from meeting before the big day, it was no question when we met him that he was perfect for Carly.
From the moment we entered the church that morning, her friends and family treated us like we were one of their own. Their beautiful ceremony was held in St. Charles Borromeo Church in Lima, Ohio and reception at the UNOH event center. The party bus inbetween was a particular favorite of ours, as everyone in the bridal party got a chance to unwind and spend quality time with the new Mr. and Mrs. Foster.
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Des and I traveled up to Ann Arbor Michigan to photograph these excellent and super fun people. The Michigan terrain and weather was beautiful and we went from the hip Ann Arbor downtown and around the university campus to the deep woods. These two are great people and we’re ecstatic that we get to share their wedding with them.
I LOVED this wedding, better yet, I LOVED this couple. Tracy and Matt are the kind of people where anyone can tell they are in love…just by looking at them. Not necessarily in a PDA, “I love you so much I could eat your face” kind of way, but more in the old world style of Grace Kelly and Rhett Butler films. They just emit love.
Mitch and I were lucky enough to spend the entire day with these two, and we couldn’t have been happier about it. Their friends welcomed us as part of the wolf pack and put up with us while running around downtown Goshen all afternoon. Best. group. ever.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Rendall and to all of their friends and family! We hope to cross paths again in the future!