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Anyone with a reasonably good camera can take a decent photo. We know this because there are approximately 7 million Instagram influencers out there. However, 0/10 people recommend hiring anything but a pro to photograph your wedding. Your wedding day deserves a true pro. If you find yourself questioning hiring a wedding photographer, then read on, my friend.
Intimate weddings are what I LIVE FOR. Maybe it’s because I had an intimate wedding myself. Or, maybe it’s because I’m able to fully immerse myself into the event and capture so much more love, energy, and excitement throughout the day. And, this is exactly what happened at Amanda and Edward’s intimate wedding at The Exchange at Bridge Park.
Kaitlynn and Tim are the kind of clients I dream about. They are so kind and considerate and genuinely interested in us as people. They’re fun and adventurous and don’t take themselves too seriously. They love each other, their friends, and their family so hard. And, (bonus!), they truly value photography and are so grateful for the experience we’ve provided for them. THIS is why we do what we do.
Backyard weddings have a certain kind of energy. It’s more than the normal wedding day hustle. More than the normal wedding day excitement. More than the normal wedding day happiness. There’s an extra ounce of love, comfort, and happiness present when you’re getting married in your childhood home. It can be felt from the moment you arrive until the moment you leave. And, it’s absolutely contagious.
Gabi and Jeff’s Brookwood and Scioto Country Club wedding celebration was so perfectly them – sweet, laidback, full of love, and completely friend-and-family focused. It was one of those weddings where you can feel tremendous love not just between the couple, but also between the family and friends who attended.