Photographer’s note: I apologize that there are 39,492,032 images in this post. I literally couldn’t stop selecting. Sorry, not sorry. Omg.
Sometimes, you just know. Sometimes, the universe just takes care of itself. Sometimes, a wedding is just pure perfection. And when I get to be a part of it, my heart can hardly stand it. I had two gears during this wedding: hysterically laughing and silently sobbing. Every single part of this day was lovely. I already miss it.
These two are awesome. They belong together. Their lives took a bunch of turns and twists until they crossed each other’s paths. It’s a simple story really: as we learned at the reception, Erin met Jeff at a bar.
Oh wait, that is a lie.
These two actually found each other on match.com and BOOM- the universe scored another victory. Thanks for setting the record straight on that one, Erin. But the fact that you let that one play out until the very end makes me heart you even more.
Never have I met a couple who belongs together more. The universe did ME a solid on this one, because I adore them. So for that, I am grateful. For these images, I am grateful. And the fact that I get to call you two fools my friends makes me the most grateful of all.
Ceremony and reception venue: The Historic Ambassador House & Heritage Gardens | Officiant: Reynold Berry | Bride’s dress: Allure Bridal from Bridal Superstore by Posie Patch | Bride’s jewelry and accessories: Macy’s | Bride’s shoes: Jessica Simpson from DSW | Bridesmaid dresses: David’s Bridal | Suits: Perry Ellis from Macy’s | Hair and makeup: Flirt Salon and Spa | Rings: Erin’s ring is Henri Daussi from Distinctive Diamonds (hers) and Jeff’s ring belonged to his father | Caterer: Jacquie’s Gormet Catering | Desserts: Confectioneress | Reception band: The Rumors | Reception decor (including the badass tent tree, which was made from vines from their home): the bride and groom | Photography: molly connor photography
First dance: Hold You In My Arms, Ray LamontagneRay Lamontagne | Father and daughter dance: You Say It Best, Allison Krause and Union Station | Mother and son dance: Night and Day, performed by Best Man, Benjamin Davis
Cheers to nirE and Jeff. xoxox.