boy. do i admire these hunnies.
let’s just say that a lot of other people do too…
the total miles traveled by each guest was at 260,000. that’s the distance equivalent to the moon, folks.
lets take note of this mighty fine guest list //
scotland, london, essex england, kent england, amsterdam, halifax canada, kingston canada. calgary canada, vancouver canada, boston, washington DC, nashville, detroit, san antnio texas, california, oregon, arizona & probably more i’m sure!
it’s lovely when i have a long lost connection with my bride.
8 years ago emily & i worked together at a coffee stand. years later she’s asking me to be her photographer.
life goes on & people part ways, but when my job gives me the chance to reconnect with people…damn, that’s a good feeling.
what else do i love about these two?
they set aside extra time for photos when the sun set. that’s when the light is dreamy & smooth.
no family portraits. // this takes away any unnecessary stress of trying to round up the whole gang, which equals more time to be in the moment & enjoy everyone’s company during cocktail hour.
em & karl did it right, my friends.
thanks to holly kerchner for assisting this wedding with me!