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2020 has been the year of the intimate, backyard wedding and I’m here for it. I’m pretty sure I’ve told Antonio 8,189,477 times that if I could shoot only backyard weddings for the rest of my life, I’d be happy. And if they all were as beautiful as Kayla and Britt’s, I’d be ecstatic.
There are cuties…and then there are Frances and Matt. Seriously, these two are SO freaking adorable. Frances literally couldn’t stop giggling. Matt literally couldn’t keep his hands off Frances. They snuggled and kissed and even rolled around in the leaves together. It was perfect. They’re perfect. Everything was perfect.
Alexis and Dexter’s engagement photos at the Scioto Mile may have been rainy, but that didn’t stop us from having a blast! We frolicked and swung on swings and climbed bridges and laughed the entire time. It’s clients like this that make my heart sing!
Sarah & Ian’s wedding at COSI was my first “big” wedding of the year (thanks, COVID) and it was everything I’ve been missing in 2020. The couple, the wedding party, the location, the vendors, the weather, I mean it was ALL perfect and it brought me back to a sense of normalcy as a wedding photographer. Much needed!
You know that theory called six degrees of separation? Well, Danielle and I are like that, but the opposite. I swear, we’re 57 degrees of connection. You see, Danielle and I are connected through so many random people. We have so many mutual friends from so many different friend groups, it’s almost like we were destined to meet.