To say I loved this wedding would be a bit of an understatement. Everything looked gorgeous, the couple was beautiful both inside & out, and the day was perfect for an outdoor ceremony in November (except for a little wind now and then). Sara & Jase had an engagement session at Legacy Farms in the fall, and we had a great time exploring the grounds and hanging out with their pup, Duke. I was excited to get to go back to that wonderful location again for their wedding. If you haven't been here you really should visit!
I love working with Sara & Jase - they are very much in love and really sweet people. It was easy to see how much they are loved by their friends and family & how they genuinely care about others.
Sara wore a beautiful gown from the White Room (who I love - that's were I got my dress). They decided not to see each other before the ceremony, so everyone got to witness the wonderful first reactions to them seeing each other on their wedding day. The ceremony spot was decorated with stained glass, which is something I hadn't seen before - it was gorgeous! The flowers, from The Enchanted Florist, were amazing - so bright and colorful - they fit in so well with everything that day.
A huge thanks to Kellie at Legacy Farms and to Helen with Weddings by Helen for making the day run so smoothly. It really makes the photographer's job easier when there is a wedding coordinator there like Helen! And thanks to my great second shooter, Erin.
And now, of course, the photos you've been waiting for!
Thanks for looking, Mandy
Additional Vendors: Ralph Griggs - Minister (Who always does a great job!)
The super cute (& tasty) caramel apples - California Caramel Company
The great food & the cake were from Main Event Productions (which Legacy Farms is also a part of).
The fun band was the Justin Kalk Orchestra, who are managed by the groom, Jase!
Bridesmaid dresses are from David's Bridal.
Tuxes are from Lazarus Department Store.
Limo services through Grand Avenue.