Tim and Jacqueline are two of my favorites. I swear… sometimes, you just meet people and click right away. These two were absolute dream clients turned friends and I am SO happy to finally share their wedding with you all. If you’ve been following me, it’s not a secret that I’ve been a bit behind on blogging. When things get busy, I always value keeping my promises on delivery times over sharing on social media. So, now that the crazy has settled down, allow me to take you back to this picture perfect day from this fall.
A bit of back story on these two– Jacqueline was actually raised in Tirol, Austria, and moved here when she was in high school. The pair met in the summer of 2012 through mutual friends one night at the farmer’s market. They ended up at the Sardine Can, where they quickly realized how much they had in common (they both lived in Europe at one point, their moms are both dance teachers and their families both have a love for skiing). Soon, farmer’s market meetings became a tradition and they began dating. Fast forward to today, and jacqueline and Tim have built an amazing life together with their newly adopted puppy. They still enjoy plenty of farmer’s market dates and share a love for travel and adventure (they honeymooned in Greece!). I was also extrelmy honored to have shot their wedding celebration in Austria last October. More images from that trip will be shared very soon!
For now, feast your eyes on one of my favorites from this year. It’s always such a joy to work with a rockstar team of creatives, who all have a knack for making bridal dreams come true. A big shout out to the following:
Church: Union Congregational Church | Reception/Catering: Gather on Broadway | Flowers: Ebb and Flow Floral | Hair and Makeup: Mint Salon | Bridal Shop: Tie the Knot Bridal Boutique | Bride’s Dress: Vera Wang | Mensware: Haberdasher | Bakery: Not by Bread Alone | Music: Shaker and the Egg | Officiant: Michael March | Paper goods: Minted | Transportation: Elegant Image Limousine | Second Shooter: Kate McFadzen | Film Processing: The FIND Lab