Several months ago, my good friend Blaire Johnson and I came up with an idea. With both of us wanting to reintroduce ourselves into the wedding business, we thought that it might be a good thing to revamp our portfolios. Our idea was to photograph, or in Blaire's case film, a fun, eco-friendly, vintage wedding. How does one accomplish this? Throw one yourself apparently. Which was exactly what we did. With the help of several local vendors, an awesome band, the sweetest couple, and many of our friends, yes, YES, a wedding came together. Due to time constraints and the high probability of getting pelted by hail stones and rain, we didn't get to throw the wedding we had originally planned for. But despite all that, we pulled it off. We got to meet and work with talented individuals who we wouldn't have met otherwise. We were able to dust off our wedding caps and kick our creativity gears up to a whole new level. As worn out as I am, it was worth it. We had a great time and I hope these photos reflect that. There are a few more photos on my new Facebook page. And to watch this wedding unfold, simply watch the video created by Green Hope Productions below. Long live slide whistles and kazoos!!
Photography | The Reverie Tree
Cinematography | Green Hope Productions
Wedding Gown and Maid-of-Honor Gown | Camille's Closet
Bride and Maid-of-Honor floral hairpieces | Joanne Miranda Designs
Floral | Marshall Gardens
Wedding Cake | Creative Cake Designs by Tammy Hodge
Bride's Hair & Makeup | NSalo Salon
Music | Mike Blair & the Stonewalls
Jewelry | Rachel Andrews of Jewel Kade
Officiant | Shannon Mackay
A big BIG thank you to Sarah Elizabeth and Jason, and to all of our friends who came out, dressed up and helped out. You all are so absolutely wonderful. Blaire, Alex and I cannot thank you enough. We are truly, and eternally grateful!