I've photographed a few small courthouse weddings, and I have to say, they are some my favorites to shoot. All of the courthouse weddings have had a few things in common: they're small but sweet, the couples still pay attention to some of the small details, they're laid back, and there's an endless amount of love. My favorite commonality of all is that these weddings still put emphasis on the couple, but more importantly, they put emphasis on the family. Luke and Shumona are traveling to Canada for their big ceremony that's coming up this month. The ceremony that you will see below was really meant to shared and celebrated with Luke's Grandma.
I cry a lot - I'm an emotional person. But I cried more than ever at the Silovich wedding. The first time I started to sniffle was when Luke's Grandma came over to see him before the first glance, and wrapped him in a big hug. My Grandma Betty was very special to me, and seeing this moment made me miss her so much. The second time I cried is when...
I love the couples I meet so much. When I finish shooting a wedding, I usually have mixed feelings of happiness, excitement, with a dash of sadness. I end up getting a little attached to the people I meet. Jess and Christiaan are no different which is why I am THRILLED that I get to photograph them again in September.
These two celebrated their wedding ceremony with their parents, siblings, and their siblings' families. It was a quick ceremony, but it was filled with as much love as an other ceremony that I've been to.
Jess' dress is from Amazon, because she's one of those people that can order anything, throw it on, and look perfect. Her adorable Mom created the floral arrangements and ring pillow, because she's one of those people that can do anything. Are you sensing a theme with this family? Anyway, enjoy this small and sweet ceremony filled with sunshine and awesome people.
Don't feel sad that your'e done looking when you get to the end--you'll see them again soon!