Oh my gosh, I don’t know that I have never been this excited to share two wonderful souls with you. Lisa and Will have known each other since high school – their wedding day was a total celebration of a beautiful relationship that was so incredibly personal. From the handmade jewelry designed by one of Lisa’s bridesmaids, to Will’s sister playing the harp as Lisa approached him down the aisle, to their Maid of Honor singing a beautiful wedding celebration song after they said their vows, all the way through to their 1965 Cadillac that was Will’s first antique car, and a reenactment of their entire relationship performed by Lisa’s parents, it was in incredible day. Lisa and Will completely embody the meaning of kind, thoughtful, and genuine, and we are better people for knowing them.
Before the ceremony, Lisa took a quiet moment alone to write a letter to Will to be given to him along with a beautiful pocket watch just before their ceremony.
Lisa’s dad was breathless at the sight of his only daughter in her wedding gown.
One of my all time favorite “we’re married!” moments ever – both Lisa and Will pretty much floated down the aisle. (And everyone forgot about their phones and cameras because of how happy they were!)
I loved that everyone received a little paratrooper as a nod to Will’s service in the Army!
Sometimes, it’s so hard to keep shooting when you’re laughing along at how hysterical the toasts are – this was definitely one of those times.
Will’s sister wrote a song to the couple to start of their married life together.
As the sun set, we popped outside to chase some crazy beautiful light.
Meanwhile, Lisa & Will’s guests put on their dancing shoes, and the party was in full effect for the rest of the evening!
Lisa & Will, we cannot thank you enough for being you, and allowing us to hop on to this crazy ride for a bit with you. You’re both amazing, and we’re so happy to have been your photographers and become friends!