Megan and Rob are a super adorable couple who met during their freshman year of college.
I always love when brides switch their accessories up or add in something fun and different. In Megan’s case, her and all of her bridesmaids sported baby blue converses (Rob and his groomsmen wore orange converses as well).
Rob and Megan’s dog is a huge part of their life. I first met these two when I photographed their engagement session at Comerica Park in Detroit and they brought their adorable pooch along to participate in the photos with them. Fun fact: Rob also proposed to Megan at Comerica!).
Reception decor followed their color theme perfectly. Tons of bright orange and baby blue touches filled the room.
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Swanson! It was so fun to be a part of your day!
Kara and Joel were a blast to hang out with on their wedding day! The crazy part of their story is that they are both Oakland University alumni and both were part of the school’s Cross Country team….except at different times! They knew they wanted to incorporate the track into their wedding photos and we had so much fun with them on the field! They even had a few of our OU spirited photos published in Oakland’s Alumni Magazine for featuring the campus’s track and field on their day.
From the bride: “I loved being able to take photos on the OU Track because it was such a unique experience.”
We loved Kara and Joel’s classic black & white decor. Their theme incorporated Frank Sinatra as their main inspiration. Their centerpieces were vintage cigar boxes filled with beautiful florals and they even had a Frank Sinatra impersonator singing during dinner and serenading the couple’s first dance.
From the bride on another of her favorite parts of the day:
“I also loved hearing our daughter, Jaclyn, give our speech. It was completely from the heart and what I felt wasn’t your average “make fun of the bride/groom” speech.”
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Sellentine! You two are so beautiful together and we loved sharing and capturing your day!
It was a beautiful day for a beautiful bride and groom. We loved how Nathan and Katie incorporated green and yellow so well within their wedding party, florals, and overall decor. Everything was so stunning!
From the bride on her favorite part of the day:
“When we walked down the aisle after the ceremony. I was so preoccupied with the ceremony that all the people in the pews barely registered until we turned around and our pastor announced us Mr. and Mrs. Saliga. It was so exciting to be finally married and it was heartwarming to see how many friends and family had come out to love and support us.”
We LOVE photographing at Indian Springs Metropark. It’s such a beautiful location with plenty of beautiful surrounding landscape, and we had a gorgeous day to spend plenty of time outside!
Congratulations Nathan and Katie! We had such a fun day with you guys.
There is not one single aspect of this wedding that I don’t adore. How could anyone not love a military wedding on the most patriotic day of the year?! We had so much fun with this couple and all of the traditions that they incorporated in this amazing day.
I am not going to go into any more details, I am going to let the images tell the story.
What happens when you get high school sweethearts, their friends (all since high school or related) and a family who loves to party together? You get a whole lot of awesome wrapped up in to one wedding. Jessy and Ben have such a sweet story. They went to high school together so obviously their paths crossed but more interesting is, Ben’s brother was dating Jessy’s sister so it was a great excuse for Jessy and Ben to hang out and get to know each other. Ben’s brother married Jessy’s sister and now Ben and Jessy are married too! One big happy family is bringing on a whole new meaning!
They started the day at their high school, Our Lady of the Lakes where they tied the knot. Next we visited a park in Clarkston and then went to their home for some more personal photos, which I LOVED! After that the party was non stop at White Lake Oaks for the rest of the night.
My second shooter, Richa, and I had an amazing time getting to know these two and their families and were honored to be such an important part of their day.