These two. They just couldn’t be any cuter.
Emily and Nick had their wedding on a fall day that was like a breath of fresh air. And I couldn’t have been more excited to photograph this classically beautiful wedding. They chose two of the loveliest venues in the city and couldn’t stop smiling all day, which made my job pretty darn enjoyable.
I do love a classic exit.
How adorable are they? Seriously.
lovely bouquets by the lovely Tina Barrera.
Emily, you make me smile :).
Emily and Nick could not contain their excitement when they saw the Crystal Ballroom for the first time.
Perfect ending to a perfect day.
The only thing as beautiful as the golden evening light is this beautiful mama-to-be.
They love each other.
And I mean REALLY love each other. I didn’t have to hang around them very long to know that was true.
Maggie and Nana had such a beautiful wedding at the end of the summer, and I was so thrilled to be a part of it. It was classically elegant and oh-so-stylish, and watching these families come together was one of the highlights of my year :). So much warmth and love.
Maggie’s delicate veil had her monogram embroidered near the end of the train. It’s so hard to find a seamstress who can do this because of the delicate fabric, and I think Maggie’s veil is exquisite.
Swoon. Maggie’s veil is dreamy.
Love Nana’s style
Ceremony :: Our Lady of the Pillar | Reception Venue :: St. Louis History Museum | Event Coordination :: Jenny Kehm, Before I Do | Hair and Makeup :: Danielle Style | Band :: Griffin and the Gargoyles