After grabbing coffee with Hannah and Bryan after work on a weekday I could tell that their love for each other was authentic and genuine. Hannah and Bryan are planning a winter wedding in downtown Grand Rapids with their closest family and friends. They are planning for a relaxed morning ceremony with brunch following their ceremony. Their love is easy and real and I can't wait to be a part of their wedding day in a few weeks. After shooting their engagement session this fall, you should be prepared for their winter wedding to be filled with laughter, snuggles and extra kisses.
I met Hannah this spring at a wedding I shot at Wildwood Farms in Alto, MI. She was a bridesmaid in that wedding and she expressed to me that after watching me work at her best friend's wedding it solidified her decision to want me to capture her wedding day. As a professional wedding photographer this compliment is one of the most valued. I desire to be a photographer that is organized but flexible; creative but always remembering to be timeless.
Creating an experience that is personal and unique to each of my couples and their stories is important. Not every wedding day is the same and there is no standard way of capturing someone's wedding. From the moment a client initially connects with me I listen and always try to think of new and creative ways to tell their story. Each story is unique and deserves for their uniqueness to shine on their special day together.
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