Andrea and Joshua had an intimate wedding ceremony with just their closest family and friends. It was beautiful and perfect. If I could photograph laid back, personal weddings like this every day, I’d be one happy photographer! It was the kind of wedding where you really feel something special. I’d love to say that every wedding has that intangible “special,” but they just don’t. When couples go into their wedding mindful and focused on their relationships with their family and friends (discover more about how to cope with a relationship) – instead of stressing over every minute detail – the whole wedding celebration is so much more meaningful and memorable.
Andrea’s son played the role of enthusiastic ring bearer while her mom accompanied the ceremony with her talents on the harp. After the ceremony, Andrea wanted to make sure I got photos of all of the couples and families, especially her adorable grandparents! Then we took a little stroll around the beautiful English gardens of Historic Deepwood estate. I’ll never get tired of this place, its amazing year round! All of the vintage and antique decor was provided by Danner and Soli. The stunning florals were done by Ponderosa and Thyme and oh my gosh the food! Andrea and Joshua hired Tastebud to cook woodfired pizzas on the spot. That was seriously some of the best pizza I’ve ever eaten!
Huge thank you to Leia for helping me photograph this lovely wedding and big hugs to the happy bride and groom!