Connie and Austin | Blue Harbor Wedding

So much fun! I have photographed so many weddings that Connie has either been a part of or was attending. It was finally my turn to photograph Connie as she married her high school sweetheart, Austin. They have been together for 12 years! It was such a pleasure and so fun to see many of my previous brides and their families. An added bonus, Connie and Austin had a horse drawn hay wagon as transportation! I think Connie loves horses just as much as me. Enjoy your preview Connie and Austin! I had a blast!

Always a favorite shot as the newly wed couple exits the church!

Always a favorite shot as the newly wed couple exits the church!

Time of your life? I think so.

Time of your life? I think so.

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The Johnson Wedding Celebration.

I wanted to share a few shots with you from my cousin's wedding just this last saturday. I was not the official photographer but a guest. However, I could not leave the house without my camera. Thank god! Because the "official" photographer for their wedding decided he had to leave shortly after the ceremony unexpectedly. So I stepped in for the win. haha... It was a gorgeous back yard wedding close to the shores of Lake Michigan. Close friends and family, a DJ that was tha bomb, and delicious catering from Real Urban BBQ. Enjoy!

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We snuck off with my husband's family for a few photos on the beach...

We snuck off with my husband's family for a few photos on the beach...

Back to the reception... Josh's dad shed some tears with his heart-felt speech.

Back to the reception... Josh's dad shed some tears with his heart-felt speech.

Everybody's clapping!

Everybody's clapping!

A shot by my husband...

A shot by my husband...

A little rain couldn't stop them from dancing!

A little rain couldn't stop them from dancing!

Aahh! If this ins't fairy tale... I don't know what is.

Aahh! If this ins't fairy tale... I don't know what is.

LOVE this.

LOVE this.

We end the evening sending off wish lanterns...

We end the evening sending off wish lanterns...