One of the things I love most about being a wedding photographer is getting to meet the families of my couples and, through the course of our work, Steven and I have met some amazing people. Last month we had the opportunity to photograph the wedding of Hannah and Logan in a rustic, bohemian ceremony in beautiful hill country. We were immediately drawn to this couple because their wedding venue was Camp Blessing- a camp for special needs kids that is operated by the couple’s family. Our son is special needs, so we have a soft spot and a great appreciation for any organization that seeks to make the world a little more inclusive.
Faith and family were the order of the day and one of my favorite moments from their wedding was during the ceremony. In leu of sand bottles or unity candles, the couple chose to wash each other’s feet, symbolizing their life of service to one another. It was beautiful. It reminded me that marriage isn’t just about romance, but service and devotion to your partner.
Everything about Hannah and Logan’s wedding felt organic, romantic, and genuine. Their wedding day wasn’t about flashy details, over the top gestures or sparkle and drama. It was about their two families coming together, two young people with a huge support system and a sobering love for one another, making a commitment to love and serve the other and grow in their faith together. It was an honor to be a part of their love story.
Dress-Bridal Boutique in Lewisville TX
Flowers- Lovelily(Courtlynn Noack)
Rings-Rustic and Main and Duffs Jewelers
Grooms suit-Men’s Warehouse
Groomsmen suspenders and bowties-Etsy
Bridesmaids dresses-Show Me Your Mumu
Venue: Camp Blessing
” If someone thinks that love and peace is a cliche that must have been left behind in the Sixties, that’s his problem. Love and peace are eternal.” John Lennon
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