I’ll save most of the story and details for the main post, but I wanted to get a few images of this awesome day up on the blog! Enjoy this sneak preview, and watch for more pictures in the next few weeks. So happy for these two!
The long-awaited Lee wedding blog post is finally here. But seriously, this is totally my fault for not sharing this amazing couple and their beautiful wedding with the world before now. It’s always my favorite when you can just tell that two people were made for each other and totally complete each other. Not only that, but they are two awesome people in general! We got to know Jonathan and Malorie a little before the wedding through some mutual friends, and were really honored to be able to be involved in their big day. The timing couldn’t have worked out better for photography – the ceremony ended right around golden hour, and we were able to get some of my favorite wedding images in their first moments as husband and wife, just the two of them together. Scroll down a bit and you’ll see what I’m talking about.
Anyway, I’ll consider this blog post a one year anniversary present to them since it’s been 367 days since they got married now. I promise to be much better about blogging in the future. We haven’t had any weddings so far this year – taking it easy after moving into a new house and traveling a little bit. But we’ll be back in the game here with some upcoming posts in the near future. But focus on this one for now – GO JONATHAN AND MALORIE! HAPPY ONE YEAR!
Better late than never! I’ll be able to say that about the next few upcoming posts – all of which are from weddings or other shoots in 2014. Things got really busy at the end of the year, and I was just focused on getting the pictures back to my awesome clients. It’s about time I caught up on my blog, though.
Jordan and Sarah got married on a beautiful summer day in Springfield, Illinois last July, and we were so happy to be so intimately involved in all the events. Sarah is Katie’s cousin, so it was even extra-special! We explored historic Springfield and took photos at the old State Capitol Building (built in 1840) and the nearby train station downtown. It was so much fun hanging out with these two and the whole bridal party all day, and the reception was somehow even more fun. We’ll remember this wedding for a long time to come!