Annalee and Brad are some of the sweetest people you could ever meet! (Check out their engagement photos!) Maybe it’s all that sunshine they get living in Florida 🙂 I was so happy Ohio gave us some sunshine on Saturday! It was honestly a perfect day for a wedding!
The day started on an interesting note. We were gathering details to photograph when Annalee knocked over the wine glass that Brad was supposed to break at the end of the ceremony and shattered it. The room kind of went quiet and I think we all looked at Annalee wondering if she was going to cry or be upset. She grinned , threw her hands in the air and said “Mazel tov!” Then we all joked that meant her and Brad were married (hopefully that’s not how that works haha)
Portraits with the Annalee and Brad were so wonderful! We walked down to the river where Annalee was determined to dress up the deer statue for their future album cover. Walking back to the venue, I realized that the bride and groom are extremely fast paced people. Either that or I’m extremely out of shape. Thankfully the Graeter’s ice cream truck made an appearance and I didn’t have to worry about whether or not I was “out of shape.”
The night ended with a super fun Hora that made me really want to watch My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Always loved that scene!
Annalee and Brad, thank you SO SO much for having Natalie and I with you on your big day! We loved every minute and it was amazing to meet the rest of your families and friends! Love you guys!!
A HUGE thanks to the vendors who worked so hard on this beautiful wedding day!
Second shooter: Natalie Baker Photography // Venue: Station 67 // Bridal gown: The Dressing Room // Gown designer: Lillian West // Bridesmaids dresses: David’s Bridal // Bridal shoes: Francesca’s // Groom’s accessories: Men’s Wearhouse // Flowers: Marion Flower Shop // Ice cream truck: Graeter’s // Catering: Simply Delicious // Invitations: Minted
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