I've been quite excited to share the fabulously homemade wedding of my June 19 couple from Singapore. Sarah and David. Sarah, a Mount Vernon native, solicited the help from friends and family to pull together one of the most uniquely crafted weddings I've had the opportunity to shoot.
So, please close out everything in your browser tabs, except this. It's gonna suck up some juice. Lots of super detailed, highly colorful wedding fun:) I couldn't possibly post everything from this day. Not even half of it. It was entirely too much. So. Here's my top top TOP favorites from David and Sarah's homemade Mount Vernon, Ohio wedding!
After their first look, we headed to downtown Mount Vernon for some shots around the square.
And there happened to be a farmers market...
A precious shot of Sarah and her sweet dad walking down the aisle. The chapel at MVNU is huge and beautiful and was the perfect place for this large gathering of close friends and family of the couple. They are deeply loved:)
This part of the ceremony special. They had a choir sing one of their favorite hymns during communion time. Goosebumps. They sounded amazing and the song was touching.
The stuff being thrown...origami cranes! Scroll down for a larger pic of the cranes.
Takin a stroll in the car shown below this...
These paper cranes were folded by friends and family. All 700 of them. And thrown at the bride and groom leaving the church as well as laid out during the reception!
Sarah's friends Laura and Johanna plus a team of willing helpers created this amazing chandelier for the gazebo at the reception!
Dear EVERYONE. If you want a fun twist on family portraits, the photobooth is IT! THis was the best family portrait experience I have ever had with my couple. We did all their family shots this way. So fun!