A couple weeks ago I drove down to Murray, Kentucky for the weekend to shoot Aaron and Annie’s wedding. For the whole week before the wedding, the weather forecast was calling for rain and it wasn’t just a little bit of rain. It was calling for a lot of rain which naturally had Annie a tad bit nervous for her wedding day. I kept telling her not to worry about the rain and to just enjoy the wedding day no matter what happened. In the meantime, Annie had called around to a couple places where we could shoot indoors if we absolutely had to. Turns out, we didn’t need to go to those places because it literally stopped raining for the few hours during the time we had set aside for portraits. It was a miracle!
I’m going to start you off with some wedding details.
Aaron’s aunt let us use her house for the first look and for Annie to get ready. It’s the most beautiful home I’ve ever been in! And that painting is kind of perfect so I hung Annie’s dress next to it.
Time for the first look.
This is why I love fall.
Look at those colors!
Another stop at the ‘shoe tree’ again. If you do not know what this tree represents then click here.
Another favorite. Kinda screams Gatsby to me for some reason.
Annie, you are so beautiful and timeless.
Love this shot.
The couch is Aaron’s grandmother’s and it is the most awesome piece of furniture ever for weddings!
Aaron and Annie met while in college so naturally I had to find something with the MSU letters.
Looking fierce ladies!
My new favorite bridal party picture! The couch made all the difference.
Annie and her MOH Lindsey made apple butter for the favors.
Look at that fireplace decor! LOVED it.
I loved how Annie’s dress twirled.