Mary & Tod are each separately endearing, charming, relatable, kind, and gracious. Together, they are all these things plus respectful, courteous, and supportive to one another and to all they meet. They are inspiring. There are plenty of types of loves out there – puppy love, love/hate, young love, past loves, crazy love. But what Mary & Tod have is what I would define as true love. It’s not flashy, its not in your face, it’s just real, and deep, and the kind of love you wish for anyone you care for in life. Because that love is truly never ending.
Category Archives: Wedding Stories
Walking into her Grandma’s house, the hallway to get to Jessica was lined with photos. Memories of grade school, birthdays, high school, graduation, the big moments that when all put together make up a lifetime. Voices floated through the rooms, and laughter filled the air. It could have been any of those days that were proudly displayed on Grandma’s walls. But this day was different. This day would change that hallway of memories forever and add to it with a new family, a new commitment, and a lifetime of new memories where the pattern would repeat. It’s an honor to have captured images that would adorn Grandma’s walls and add to the story – the story of Jessica and Kevin.
When I think about St.Patricks Day, I think about Leprechauns, green beer, shamrocks, Irish accents, pots of gold, and cold/rainy weather. On this March 17th I thought of beauty, love, family, promises, happiness, my ladder (more on that later), and hot/rainy weather. Because yeah, you remember. This St.Patty’s Day was like 80 degrees? Your “Kiss Me I’m Irish” hoodie was replaced by your “Irish Whiskey Make Me Frisky” tank top, and Mother Nature rocked your world for the day. So with the luck of the Irish on our side, Barb & Jon’s day was picture perfect. See for yourself…
The church was completely empty and every move echoed. There is a peace during those few moments when everything is still, as if the sanctuary knows it better take a deep breath before all the excitement of the day begins. A block down the street, Tiffany and her bridesmaids prepared for the day at her […]
She’s said from the first time she mentioned their January wedding day – “sunshine is nice, snow would be great, all that matters is that it doesn’t sleet or ice.” We’ve had a pretty mild winter, so things looked safe. And then it happened. The day before the big day as they were getting ready to start the rehearsal the ice began to come down. In mass amounts. And their phones began to ring. Wedding party members stranded on interstates that looked like parking lots, family members unable to get out of their driveways, decorators off the side of the road in the grass. To say their stress level rose as each call came in would be an understatement.