If you follow my blogs and posts, then you know that one of my favorite things are small, intimate weddings that focus on nothing other than the two people who love each other so much that they promise to spend the rest of their lives together.
I have an affinity for small weddings because I eloped. So I relate. I understand what it means to be ready to tie the knot but either not WANT to involve the whole world or not be able to. Everyone has their own reasons for why they wed the way they do, but I’ve found that every time I’m in a space with less than 50 people, the energy is just a bit different. There is a level of intimacy mingled with friendship and love that is just completely unparalleled.
Such was the case for Heather and Hannah’s wine shop wedding in May.
With their closest friends and surrounded by their favorite snacks and drinks, in one of the prettiest outdoor spaces around, the two brides exchanged promises of love and forever. Since neither of them wanted to make a big fuss, we spent just a few minutes taking some portraits and then the ladies went to mingle with their people. I stuck around to capture some candids of the fun and by the end of the night, I felt like I had just witnessed one of the truest exchanges of love that I had seen yet.
Check out some of my favorite images from this sweet event below. Huge thanks to the following vendors who helped make Heather and Hannah’s special day possible.