I knew right away when I met Nick and Pudge that we would hit it off! First off I am sure you’re questioning her name, Pudge. Don’t worry I was curious too! When she was little she was a little pudgy and her dad called her pudge, and well- it just stuck! No one ever calls her by her given name. At first I thought I would have a hard time calling her Pudge but calling her anything else just didn’t seem right.
I feel like I connect with every one of my clients, but Nick and Pudge truly hold a special spot in my heart. They embody the true meaning of making someone feel loved, welcomed and a part of their family and friends.
Pudge had the most unique earrings, them being gaged in all.
This first look is what every girl dreams of. Nick is one of the sweetest guys out there. You can tell how much he loves Pudge. Their love for each other is so clear to see, and it is so infectious when you’re around.
Everytime I encourage families to cheer for the bride and groom, I get so much flack for it but it always ends up being some of my most favorite images of the day!
You would have never guessed how good of a dancer Nick was. I was in shock!
This last image was by far one of those monumental images of my career. This Cigar shot was the start of a series of images requested at almost every single wedding following this one. Thank you Nick & the groomsmen for being such a good sport during these shots!
Rotary Botanical Gardens/Sunken Garden – Ceremony Location & Venue
Beyoutiful By Alison – Make-Up & Hair
Blushing Willow Bridal Boutique – Bridal Gown
Floral Expressions – Floral Bouquets
Generation Tux – Tuxedo
Meghan Walker – Second Photographer