First, the vows. Then, the cannonballs. | Wedding photography

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Boxes of tulips at the altar. Out-of-state friends camping out in the distance. Ink and vintage lace. Tears of joy and genuine gazes. A sweet, sweet pooches in the wedding party. Wedding-dress cannonballs into the pool.

It was perfect.

Shooting Nikki and Derrick’s wedding felt like I snuck into a  really good party with really good peeps in the country. They are two beautiful souls who laughed and giggled and sipped mimosas all the way to the wedding altar in their backyard. Here’s a peak into their special day, which my lovely friend Cindy helped me shoot. Enjoy.

Friends get ready for the intimate wedding staged in front of an beautiful old tree:ImageImageThe bride got ready to say “I do” in the comfort of her own home. Her best friends helped along the way.ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageDerrick and the boys got ready in the guest house:ImageImageImageNikki and Derrick decided to have photos done before the ceremony. They cried when they say each other.ImageImageImageImageImageI’m in love with their dog Guiness. ImageImageThe awesome Rev. She did a four-minute ceremony, guys. Amazing and beautiful.ImageAnd then, the “I dos.:ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageTime to party (or to continue the party, rather):ImageImageImageImageImageImage“My bride, please join me in the outhouse.” ImageHome sweet home:ImageImageCake and champagne time.ImageImageImageTime to chill out. Cannonball!ImageImageIt was such a lovely day. Thank you, Nikki and Derrick, for welcoming me into your fabulous circle. A bride and groom who jump in together, stay together. Much love.

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2 Responses to First, the vows. Then, the cannonballs. | Wedding photography

  1. Love each and every foto, truly captures the magic of the day. :)

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