This wonderful couple had the best smiles around! And they were surrounded by great smiling family and friends. From the fun time of learning roles at the rehearsal, to stealing a private moment together under the trees this day was filled with love. To make the day more unique, the toasts were opened to all their guests. Many excited blessing of joy were bestowed upon the newlyweds!
One of the great things about living in Marietta is being so close to the Marietta Square! We’ve done a few family shoots there, but this was our first wedding! Even though it was toasty outside, we had a lovely day photographing this wonderful wedding at the Marlow House. From the small, private ceremony to the exciting sparkler send-off, it was a fantastic first Marietta Square wedding. We can’t wait for more!
Fly down to southern Florida in the middle of winter, invite the sunshine and you’ll have a perfect beach wedding! This unique couple had homemade bouquets, boutonnieres and a ceremonial arbor at their morning beach wedding.
This bride and groom had big plans on their wedding day for where they wanted to take pictures. The plan was to go to their favorite places around St. Louis and get a lot of outdoor shots. Well, Mother Nature had different plans. It rained. So, we showed up for their 1st anniversary and went to all the places we didn’t get to go before! It was a lot of fun running around the city, and being able to see how much joy they had after their first year of wedded bliss.
We returned to Texas and braved the heat to photograph the couple from our country engagement shoot. The tiny chapel was decorated with light pink roses resting in mason jars, and an old truck was parked outside to whisk them away. They had personalized cook books, peach jam, and mason jar mugs for all their guests to take home. Overall, it was another cute and customized country night!
Defy loves the chance to travel to a wedding. This was our first trip to California! The bride and groom love nature and tried to bring the outdoors into their reception as well. Perhaps the sweetest part of their story is that the groom was the bride’s first boyfriend! So her first kiss was also her last first kiss!
We had the opportunity to photography a country themed engagement session in Texas. It was one of our most memorable shoots. We shot at a hand-made log home, on an antique tractor, by the pond, and even in the cow pasture! Congratulations to this country couple and all the best in your future together!