This wedding has been a long time in the making.
Man oh man. This was a beautiful wedding. It was hectic, stressful, HOT and so emotional moving all at the same time. Yeah it was a bit of an overload. But definitely worth it. You may or may not have seen these two on the blog previously and know that these are two good friends of mine. Honestly I cannot express how beautiful this wedding was from the decorations, flowers, venue to the people and the words and emotions all going on this beautiful day.
Jeff is a junior high school friend of mine. We competed in track and field together as jumpers. Katy happened to be a jumper also. I remember one meet sitting with Jeff while he was checking out this pretty damn good long jumper from another competing school. That girl turned out to be Katy. Kinda weird and maybe a little creeper-ish at the time but now here we are 5 or 6 years+ later and I’m writing about their wedding. About having taken pictures at it. So amazing how life works out some times.
These two are beautiful people. If it’s not evident enough by just looking at them, you can see it through the company that they keep. Their families, friends, friends of friends that were all here on this day were all awesome. Really there are not words to describe what was in the air this day other than love.
I love these two and am fortunate that I was there to experience and document this day filled with so much love. In this day and age we could all use a little more of it. Thank you Katy and Jeff for the opportunity and hope that all of you enjoy the images from the day. Also a huge thank you to Historic Seven Sycamoes and Kim for putting up with all my inquiries and requests. A thanks to Mr. Jordan Pulmano, dude is a crazy good videographer. Fleurie Flower Studio for doing an awesome job on the florals for the wedding! And my beautiful girlfriend for helping me shoot this wedding. She killed it let me tell you. haha. Honestly, I am grateful to all of you for making my job wayy easy!
Enjoy the images!!