This was an epic day. It was 90 + degrees with 100% humidity. There were thunderstorms, showers, eventually beautiful skies, and a gorgeous sunset. Despite the crazy weather, Kristin and Andy were so calm and easy-going through the storm. It was apparent to me that they were simply excited to be married. And, at the end of your wedding day, all that really matters is that you are marrying the person you love. Dark skies, sweat, and rain be damned.
Quontquont Farm was a gorgeous backdrop for their rustic victorian wedding. Kristin was stunning in her Maggie Sottero gown and the barn looked beautiful filled with Daisy Stone Studio’s flowers. I loved walking through the farm with Kristin & Andy, watching them laugh and really taking a moment to be present with each other on their wedding day.
Andy works for Troeg’s brewery and even had a special keg of “wedding beer” brought in. (that I might have tried…a little sweet, a little sour, hints of apricot, it was delicious) I had an amazing time hanging out with their friends and family dancing the night away (including a cousin doing a spot-on Britney Spears dance routine to “Oops I Did it Again”, phenomenal). Congratulations Kristin and Andy and thank you so much for having me photograph your day!!
“This isn’t sometimes, Yeah, it’s for always
If I’m gonna love you with all of my heart
And if there is no more time,
This always remains
Even as the world spins itself apart” ~ Alabama Shakes
Special thanks for Meg Haley for coming along as my second shooter. Venue: Quonquont Farm Dress: Maggie Sottero Dress Store: Mariella Creations Veil: Etsy Bridesmaid Dress: Bill Levkoff Groom Suit: Express Hair/Makeup: Ashley & Abby Gasoline Alley Flowers: Daisy Stone Studio Cake: Cakes by Amanda Cupcake Truck: Hardcore Sweets Invitation: Wedding Paper Divas