Thursday, May 29, 2014

Susie & Nosa's Backyard Wedding Bash

My favroite kind of wedding is the hand-crafted, cozy back yard type. Don't get me wrong, we love a posh wedding in a big venue, but this home-made type just really hits a home run for us.

My personal favorite part of any wedding is the time when I get to photograph all of the special little details. I take my time and really get creative with the presentation of everything from the rings to the flowers.

Susie and Nosa were married on a beautiful, sunny afternoon on May 10, 2014, and we were invited to capture all of the festivities. The flowers were beautiful, the cakes were made from scratch, the colors were lovely, the music was awesome, and... And... And... We could just go on!

Nothing makes a Dad more proud than walking his beautiful daughter down the isle to her soon-to-be-husband.

Everything from the teary exchange of hand written vows to the big first kiss was just perfect!

The home owner has a bee hive and a collection of vintage letters that created the PERFECT spot for group shots.... Until we broke the picnic table. Whoops! No one was hurt, and now the whole bridal party has a great story... (And so do we!)

Before the wedding I had an opportunity to do Susie's bridals. Since Nosa hails from Nigeria, his mother had beautiful clothing made just for the occasion. I am in LOVE with her dress... ( and that HAT! )

Dirty Dancing doesn't have a thing on these two- Their lift had everyone cheering!

Everyone pitched in to make this day special for the happy couple. Two very talented friends sang a beautiful song and the speeches had everyone laughing and crying. Cheers to everyone!

I have been waiting with baited breath to share these bridals! Now that the couple has officially tied the knot, here they are for all to see!

I'm in love with this lace bohemian dress- It was beautiful and comfortable, and really stood out from the standard poofy white gown tradition.

#congratulations to Susie And Nosa! May your lives be filled with adventure, love, and music.

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