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Obviously there had to be some Beatles references throughout the wedding!
The Marauder’s Map! No mischief was managed on this day.
This is the look of a groom who is impressed with his soon-to-be-wife’s gift giving skills.
Likewise, Maryjean was equally as impressed with Alec’s gift of a beautiful bracelet.
The keeper of the chocolates takes her job very seriously. Any violators will be punished to the fullest extent.
The beauty of shooting a wedding at the Red Mill Museum is the diversity of the area with the historic downtown and unique scenery.
I love the commitment here to getting the shot! We’ve got a photographer in the making!
Maryjean is a librarian, so naturally there would be a nod to her book loving self.
No one is safe from tears during the speeches, least of all the bride and groom.
The Red Mill Museum has this perfect spot carved out for hosting weddings – it really was the perfect fall day.
The Good Donut Shop provided these delicious treats for the guests and made them to order right on the spot!
“You’re in for it now, buddy.”
It’s always great seeing the engagement shots being used in the wedding sign in book. It really ties all of the festivities together.
Alec’s mom painstakingly crafted all kinds of decorations for the wedding. Thanks to all the love from family and friends, we were able to make the night portrait even more special with her firefly light jars.
A wedding day is a long one, it takes a lot out of you, but that’s the feeling of being loved by so many people.
Venue // Clinton Red Mill Museum
Jewelry // Kevin’s Fine Jewelry
Dress // David’s Bridal
Suit // Tuxton Formal Wear
DJ // Adrian Dzwiak, DJ Boogie
Officiant // Pastor Tracey Henry
Hair & Makeup // Splitenz
Florist // Martinsville Florist
Catering Company // Q Crew BBQ and Catering
Bakery (Cake) // Suzi Cakes
Bakery (Donuts) // Good Donut