Wedding in the Country ~ Erin and Kevin’s Wedding
Erin and Kevin are such a lovely couple. I was so happy to photograph their special day in the country. Everyone was excited to see this couple start their married life together.
Which one moment will last for each of you forever?
After we exchanged our vows, the church burst into this thunderous applause. Turning around and seeing all of our family and friends smiling and clapping was such an amazing feeling. There was so much love and joy present in that moment. Neither of us will forget that feeling for a very long time.
?Best advice for future bride/grooms?
It might be easier said than done at times, but have fun planning your wedding! Make your big decisions as early as possible to get them out of the way, then have fun with the details, knowing they add to the day, but no one will notice if they are missing.
Also, as clichéd as it sounds, everything will be over before you know it. Try to take a step back throughout the day and look at everything that is going on around you. And makes lists. lots of lists.?
Best wedding related decision?
Since we decided to get married in the country, we reserved a shuttle bus for guests. This took pressure off our guests about finding the place, ensured no one was pressured to drive home at the end of the night, and we knew everyone would make it on time! But if you ask our guests, they might say the air conditioned porta-potties we rented!
Erin and Kevin’s gorgeous invitations were made by the very talented Ali at Shine Creative.
Wedding Songs: ?Processional: Let It Be Me (The Everly Brothers)
?Recessional: I saw the light (Hank Williams)
?First Dance: You Are The Best Thing (Ray Lamontagne)
Wedding Invitations – Shine Creative
Florist – Bloomfields and House of Flowers
Cake – Hearty Bakery
Wedding Dress – Davids Bridal
Rings – Peoples
Caterer – South African connection
Tuxes – Tip Top Tailor
Ceremony Site – St Elizabeth Parish Church
Have a wonderful day,