Oh yeah btw did I mention we shot BOTH photo & video. Haha I’m pretty proud of this one. Here is a little sneak at their teaser film. Full film to come!!
This one was incredibly special. Lots of times people think they have to spend lots of money, have a huge party with lots of people, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. However the size of a wedding does not always make it more meaningful. This intimate wedding was an absolutely beautiful example of that.
With there being only 14 of us, Yasmeen and myself included, it put all of the focus on the couple, on their story & on their love for each other.
I know both Kyle & Marybeth from the days when I wanted to be a physical therapist. Kyle is this extremely fit, funny, kind person. Marybeth is equally as funny, equally as active and equally as kind. To be honest the one word that comes to mind as I sit here struggling to write something eloquent is kind.
Now let me preface this by saying that this is an absolutely, genuine wedding. Too often are “elopements” similar to this just a portfolio builder for a photographer or a marketing shoot. This is not that. This was not a styled shoot. Which quite frankly to me just goes to show how you do not need a team of people to make something beautiful. There is something so fantastic and inviting about this wedding that I fell in love with. Everything from the rugs, to the wooden cross, to the place settings had this air of home. Of intimacy & care. And being incredibly personal. Everything was put together and/or made by someone who was present at the wedding/backyard reception.
That to me is so incredibly special.
And then getting to spend your first moments as a married couple up in the beautiful mountain air, running around in the post wedding glow was pretty dang awesome.
At the end of every wedding Yasmeen and I always ask ourselves what the favorite part of the wedding was. For me there was so much. However one of the moments that sticks out in my head is getting to sit in their home after everything was all said and done, on their living room floor and just talk. Hang out. Reminisce about their relationship. Share stories. There was really nothing quite like it. For me this was a first and I sure hope that it is not the last time I get to experience something so intimate, personal, and authentic.
A huge thank you to Kyle & Marybeth for allowing us to be a part of this incredibly special day in your lives.
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For the photographers out there this wedding was shot on Canon 5d Mark IV’s & a Fuji X-T3 which I am quickly falling in love with.