I am going to talk about this wedding forever! I literally get giddy when I know it is a Marine Corps Wedding. My husband got married in his dress blues years ago so it gives me alllllll the feels!
I anticipated this would be a gorgeous wedding when Emily and I talked about it at her engagement session but this exceeded my expectations. I have never seen roses and sunflowers together but Oh my is it beautiful.
When I arrived at the wedding I was greeted by the sweetest face! Low and behold it was the videographer! Y’all this girl is the best. If you need a videographer go look her up!
Emily was so calm and patience the entire afternoon. She greeted me with a smile and a hug and I was surprised she was so laid back. I think the excitement of marrying Trevor was all that was on her mind.
As we took photos in the Bridal suite she was so easy going and (my favorite kind of Bride) trusted my judgment. I was able to capture the most beautiful photos. As if she isn’t gorgeous enough she is also so kind; literally a heart of gold!
My favorite part of the wedding is watching Trevor look at Emily, it was almost as if she took his breath away. You could see in his eye his love for her. As he held back tears and smiled at her, I began to tear up. I would be surprised if there was a dry eye in the back.
After the ceremony, we were able to take photos as well as sundown photos. If I can give my Brides any advise is to take time for those sundown photos. They will be epic! Not only is the hustle of the day over but you have time to actually sit and enjoy your Husband as your husband! These are moments you can’t get back, but with the right photographer, you can preserve them and relive them over and over in still imagery.
Venue: Glade Creek Farm
Videography: Abbey Dillard Photo & Video
Wedding dress: Henry’s Cloud Nine
Brides Shoes: Amazon
Hair & Make-up: The Bride
Bridesmaids Dresses: Etsy
Groom’s suit and shoes: Marine Corps
Florist: Joyous Occasion
Invitations and Programs: Minted
Cake: Cake Lady (Whitney Hearns)
Wedding Planner: Joyce Crawford Bailey