With each wedding there are challenges, discoveries, and the unknown. With this being the standard we’re usually good for any complexities a wedding day can throw at us. However with Brittany & Russell, I knew we would be faced with the next level. When we first met the happy young couple we talked at length about the plans for their wedding day. Most things were standard procedure, the dress, the shoes, the guys & girls, but then there was the case at Brittany’s mother, who’s chair we would be visiting on the wedding day at the National Memorial. Possibly one of the greatest, and most important challenges we’ve ever been faced with, documenting the journey of young girl visiting her mothers memorial on her wedding day. The relationship we have with our clients is vital to capture the intimacy shared throughout the wedding day, and when I found out about Brittany’s situation “it got a little dusty in the room”.
While we were the “hired professionals” Brittany & Russell remained cool, calm, & mature beyond their years. Their wedding day was filled with joy, laughter, dancing, crying, and most of all striving together. Their wedding seemed more than a union, but a triumph of over many more struggles than I will likely know in this life. So amazed by the opportunities we have when we enter into a day in the life of our clients.
Dress provided by: Moliere Bridal
Florist: Oh So Blush
Venue: Santa Fe Train Depot
Hair & Makeup: Regina Ellis
Catering: Bricktown Catering
DJ: Dance Party Solutions
Transportation: Paris Limo’s