Before we deep dive into all the things, there are a few things you should know about me, Megan. For starters, I use WAY too many exclamation points, I am a Dunkin girl and I am constantly starting a new home renovation project!!! But more than anything I am so thankful that you found my little corner of the world!
They stood alone in a field of prairie grass with the sun setting behind them and the wind softly blowing her dress, as a peaceful silence filled the air. They were married. Finally. After a busy morning filled with excited nerves to seeing each other for the first time as Sam walked down the aisle as Brennan waited at the altar, this was the moment that it all sank in. The silence enveloped them as they read each other’s words. A special moment for just the two of them. No words spoken. Just them, their vows and their love for each other.
Sam and Brennan had the perfect fall wedding. After a dreary week, the sun decided to come out of hiding just in time for their big day and take away most of the chill out of the air. I had SUCH a hard time narrowing down the images for this post that I almost thought about pushing it back a day, but I know a few people patiently waiting so we stayed up a late and then woke up early to get it out. And even after I went through a second and third time trying to narrow it down I found myself adding rather than subtracting because I kept falling more in love with their gallery with every scroll!
Sam & Brennan, thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for giving us the privilege of being the ones to document not only your last moments as fiancés but also your first minutes as husband and wife. Your kindness and carefree attitudes made for an absolutely beautiful, stress free day that we will remember forever.
A special shout out to Hannah Rosholt Photography for helping me capture this entire day! Seriously, she is amazing and y’all should go check out her page!!!
I am loving all of these getting ready photos from the guy’s morning! Remember when I said Hannah was amazing…further proof is below!