The choice to have a small wedding is often a difficult decision for many couples. Anytime you deviate from what is typical, it can be met with objection. Scheol and O’neil had a vision for their day and it included a tiny guest list and an intimate dinner celebrating their marriage. I have a feeling they are very happy with their decision and wouldn’t have it any other way!
Here are some favorites from Oneil & Scheol’s intimate summer wedding at Ninety Acres at Natirar.
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Ah yes, the birdcage veil. So classic, so underrated. I loved that her’s had a little bit of bling to it.
The bride and groom decided to keep with tradition and see each other for the first time when they walked down the aisle.
The perfect setup for an intimate summer wedding at Ninety Acres.
I peeked in on Scheol to see how she was doing before coming down the aisle and I was delighted to see her and her dad running through a practice for the father daughter dance.
Thank you mother nature for the beautiful day and perfect blue sky!
There was very little prompting on my part to get these two loving and laughing with each other.
Late summer blooms still going strong at the courtyard at Ninety Acres. I love shooting bride and groom portraits here; it has such a cozy and private feeling to it.
Scheol’s dad sung the song for their first dance. I love seeing these personal touches added in, making each moment even more true to them.
Thanks to that warm up earlier, the nerves were gone and just lots of smiles.
One of my favorite elements of intimate weddings is that you can open up the mic and allow the guest to share a few words and well wishes.
Venue // Ninety Acres