My friends, it had felt like forever since I had gotten the chance to have a camera in my hand. My spring weddings had all rescheduled due to Covid-19, and even though small events had been cleared, it was looking like it was going to be months before my lens got to see a wedding again. So you can imagine my surprise, excitement, glee, when Gloria sent me a message asking me to not only photograph but also to officiate her micro wedding only two weeks away. With everything happening in the world right now, nothing sounded sweeter than to spend a beautiful, sunny Saturday with two people, proclaiming their love to one another.
The weather could not have been more perfect for this wedding. Sunny, mid 70s, not humid or windy. these Pittsburg transplants got to see the best side of the south for their special day, with the Kentucky Castle providing the perfect elegant backdrop for this tiny wedding. Joined only by the couples parents, an aunt and an uncle, I got to put on my reverend hat to preform the ceremony, and or course I made sure plenty of photos were taken as well (yes, ya’ll. I wore a mask).
I’m so honored to have been a part of it, I am glad that they saw something in my work that made them reach out, and as always I am so glad to have been able to bear witness to love. Scroll down for a small gallery of the day, and Cheers to love and the happy couple.