I’ve been looking forward to Leah and Kaleb’s wedding for over a year! I love meeting clients well before the wedding day – it really gives us time to communicate and get to know each other a bit, which always helps when you’re spending the day in front of a camera, ha.
Leah and Kaleb opted not have a first look, but at the last moment (maybe 7 minutes before the ceremony?), Leah requested a first touch for the two. I’m pretty sure Kaleb never expected this and may have amped up his nerves a bit – but it was a really sweet moment together before the rest of the day unfolded.
Leah and Kaleb booked the new Old Town Atrium venue just north of Main Street in Greenwood and I’m so glad I was able to experience this unique spot! It’s such a blank slate for clients to work with, with it’s neutral palette and modern/clean finishings. It complemented Leah and Kaleb’s simple yet bold late summer wedding details and decor perfectly. The wedding party’s jewel toned attire, rich florals from George Thomas and accents of gold completed the day’s look.
Leah, you were such a timeless and gorgeous bride. Your eyes sparkled (literally!) and I enjoyed watching Kaleb watch you throughout the day. Every so often he would look to the sky as if he was sending up a “Thank You”!
These two, how they look at each other – you are perfect together and I was honored to be a part of the beginning of the rest of your lives. I can’t wait to see your story unfold.
Thank you so much, Leah and Kaleb and many blessings on your marriage.
Enjoy a sneak peak into their day!