Category Archives: wedding

“you can literally find anything in gold on the internet if you look hard enough” “I’ve always been fascinated with gems and started a rock collection very early in life. Ironically my married name will become Erica Stone!” two of my favorite quotes from this lovely bride, Erica. I love that her and Trevor’s best […]

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“You make the goods great and the bads bearable” Brendon said to Shawn during his vows. These two met working at Whole Foods a long time ago. He was a butcher, she was a baker. When I first sat down with Shawn and Brendon last winter, she recounted the beginning of their relationship, “ He’s […]

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We loved starting the day off with a yoga at replenish, such a good way to bring minds to rest and for everyone to focus their intentions on the meaning of the day ahead. I was overjoyed when I arrived at Rockmill (a little bit before the bridal party) what a beautiful space. One of the […]

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Loved the way that Jennie and Jon incorporated one of their favorite things- books into so many details on their wedding day. They’re clever with words, they’ve got great style and in their vows they promised to be more decisive about what they want for dinner! 

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“you are honest to a fault. a good friend to anyone who wants one. you are not afraid to speak your mind. you love adventures, beautiful things, and most of all me. you are also really, really, really good looking” from bryon to his bride during their ceremony on a very hot june day last […]

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It’s hard to find the words to describe a day as enormous as a wedding. I’m not going to let that keep me from sharing more photos on my blog this year. Sit back and enjoy the wedding day of Anna and Miguel. It took place on her parent’s homestead. Miguel wanted to wear a […]

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What a gorgeous wedding, we’re so glad that Ali and Austin pursued us fervently even after saying no at first, not knowing what our future held and where we’d be living in 2015, we were hesitant to agree to such an early inquiry, but it worked out and it was a swell July day that we spent […]

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When Melissa and Sangram asked me to come to Cincinatti and document their Hindu ceremony on a Thursday (because the day was auspicious) I was eager for the opportunity to learn about another culture and new traditions. Melissa and Sangram’s Hindu ceremony included eating apples, burning incense, taking pinches of spices and putting in a small fire, […]

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