Jason and Danielle got married and I was fortunate enough to be their photographer. It was an absolutely perfect day at The Darby House. What more could a photographer want? Sunshine? Check. Perfect temperature? Check. A gorgeous bride? Check. A handsome groom? Check. Details to die for? Check. A pretty venue? Check. Great vendors to work with? Check. Pure perfection.
Now, here’s the fun fact. This was really a destination wedding. You see, Jason and Danielle just moved here from Arizona. Let me tell you, Danielle is a pretty awesome girl to leave Arizona weather for our lovely Columbus winters. Love makes you do crazy things. Thankfully, our springs/summers look pretty darn good. Lots of green.
First thing I have to say… Did you see her shoes????!!!!!
I have a little soft spot in my heart for the navy and orange color combo. It reminds me of our vow renewal. How adorable are these bridesmaids when seeing Danielle for the first time? Ummmm. Is swoony a word? If it is, her bouquet is swoony. Great job All in Bloom.
Sigh… This picture…. The fellas are looking hella good. He takes his drinks neat. His clothing is sharp and he gave his wife a fan-tabulous purse as a wedding gift. Sorry ladies, he’s already taken.
Danielle originally wanted their wedding in a forest. Well…. close. These two!!! They have so many pictures I love. I mean LOVE!! What is it about this one? Her expression? The way they’re framed by the leaves? The veil? I can’t put my finger on it but I LOVE it! And THIS!! I love THIS! And this…. Okay. I’m repeating myself. I’ll stop. Here’s a moment I might just remember for the rest of my life. Grandma came over and held Danielle’s hands while her mom bustled her dress. Danielle asked Grandma about her wedding. The exchange was so sweet. It made me miss my Grams. If you have a grandparent, give them a big hug. They’re awesome! And if you’ve read this blog before. You know how I feel about the first dance. Sigh….
Alas… the end of the night was destined to come but they set off in style!
It was an amazing day!! Thanks so much for letting me be there to capture it!