This is Rachel – preparing to marry the love of her life. Her best friend. The man she can’t imagine living a moment of this life without. This is Rachel looking calm, radiant, exquisite. This, is VSCO film and the beauty of black and white portraiture.
This is Rachel.
Congratulations Rachel and Josh!!!! Thank you so much for inviting me to be a part of your awesome day! I wish you immense happiness and a lifetime of laughter, adventure, and love.
Meg and Geoff are getting married in a few weeks, and as such, we decided the only way for the three of us to celebrate a wedding – before the wedding – was with an evening of raucous laughter, unexpected rainstorms, and an engagement session. Last Thursday evening, in the northern Minneapolis suburbs, the sun shone, the heavens opened, and it started pouring in the middle of our session. Meg & Geoff weren’t phased, however. Not even the slightest bit. We sat down under a grove of trees, and laughed until our bellies ached and our cheeks couldn’t hold a smile a single second longer. Their session was incredibly relaxed and was soooo sooo sooo much fun to photograph. Meg. Geoff. I heart you two, and I’ll see you again in a few short weeks. (eeeeek!!!)
It took Megan and Anthony seven years to walk down the aisle. Seven years to fall so deeply in love that everyone around them can feel it. Seven years to let it build and grow and become this massive thing – this aura of love and light and joy that emanates throughout them and in and around everything that they do. During her toast, Megan told us that it was the perfect amount of time -not too short, not too long – for her and Anthony to become exactly who they needed to be to get to this point. And in that moment, the room filled to overflowing and the tears could be held back no longer. It’s obvious when you’re with these two how exactly right they are for the other. How peaceful and easy the love flows between them. It was such a joy to be a part of their wedding day. Surrounded by friends and family and so. much. happiness, it truly was one of the most fun (and tear-filled) wedding days. Ever.