Sarah & Jesse's cozy winter wedding in the Gibbet Hill barn
There were quite a few personal details throughout the wedding. This is the ring bearers pillow with a strip of Scottish tarten celebrating Sarah's scottish heritage.
This is one of my favorite portraits from Saturday. I meant it only as a detail shot of her tierra, but I love it as a portrait of a bride about to walk down the aisle.
The very mature flower girl. She was perfect!
getting ready to go get married.
Sarah is looking at her father in this image, as the bridesmaids head down the aisle. It is almost their moment.
An intimate ceremony in the barn. Sarah and Jesse each wrote their own vows.
Finding a place to photograph the formals was challenging because the staff was turning the ceremony site into the reception room and it was already dark outside, however, I loved the rustic feel of the barn walls upstairs. I think it worked really well.
All the chandeliers from above look so cool.
Jesse surprised everyone by joining the party in this kilt with his wifes family tarten. This was the first female wedding on her dads side of the family in over 100 years!
Congratulations Sarah & Jesse!
Tristan & Liam's 6 month portrait session. These boys are just way too cute!
While one was eating or cryng I was able to focus on the other to get some great individual shots.
Look at those cheeks!!
And sometimes I just took the picture while they were crying.
Liam was feeling more like a super model than his brother so I was able to get a lot of great shots of him. Those eyes are just something else!
Poor Tristan must have a tooth breaking through (baby on the right)-check out that drool!
I can't wait to see how they've changed at their 1 year session!