If you are a 2020 bride, you have been put through the wringer this year. If you are anything like Tiffany and Adam, you were probably planning your dream wedding and then you forced to postpone it due to COVID-19 and plan another wedding that doesn’t feel like your dream wedding anymore.
If I could hand pick all of my bride and grooms I would like for them to have the positive attitudes that Tiffany and Adam had during this crazy time to plan a wedding. I knew we clicked way back when I met them in 2019, but after doing their engagement and wedding photos I am almost sad. Don’t get me wrong, their photos turned out amazing, Tiffany likes research materials, so she loved my Wedding Experience guide that goes through every step and she followed it to a T. But you don’t get to photograph people like that all the time. Ones with positive attitudes the whole time, ones who are so in love with each other, they make more time for portraits of just the two of them. Ones who are purely enjoying their whole day even though it was blistering hot outside.
Even though their wedding day didn’t go as originally planned, I am over the moon with how their photos turned out and wouldn’t change it for anything, well, it probably could have been a cooler, ha! Their wedding was a classic pandemic wedding, social distancing, hand sanitizer and plastic gloves all included.
They decided to do a first look and they got soooo many portraits done because of it. A first look allows you so much more time to get photos done and spend so much more time with each other during the day.
We also had the most perfect spot for sunset wedding portraits. You will have to scroll all the way to the bottom for those, but I love them.
Cake: Cindy Koehn
Hair and Makeup: Grace Young PRO Makeup Artist
Cellists: Quinn Lake and Arleigh McCormick
Nails: Luxe Nails and Spa
Dress: David’s Bridal
Suits: Johnston’s Clothiers
Ring: Designed and purchases from Burnell’s Fine Jewelry and Design
Table and Chair rentals: Event Elements
Officiant: Patrick Stuchlik