A few months ago I had the opportunity to travel to Jamaica to capture Scott & Marisa's wedding in Negril, Jamaica at the Hideaway Royalton, which was really exciting because destination weddings are one of my favorites to shoot.
I photographed Doug and Kara's engagement session at Lillian Anderson Arboretumon a cold and snowy afternoon. Although we had frozen toes by the end of the shoot, the snow was beautiful, and I really enjoyed hiking through the trail getting to know the two of them. I can't wait to capture their wedding at 12 Corners Vineyard in May!
Ethan and Lauren had one of my favorite first-looks of all time! It was down-pouring rain on the Kent-trails and WOW was it a beautiful site to see. It's a good thing we all share something in common, we all enjoy playing in the rain. I think rainy day weddings mean good luck and also adds tons of character to your photographs!
I had been anxiously waiting for the wedding of Ryan and Amber because I had such a great time with them at their engagement session in Charleston, South Carolina last year. Their wedding was held at Boatwerks in Holland on a scorching hot day in late September.
The wedding of Tommy and Darline will go down in the books as one of my favorite weddings ever because it was just so beautiful and unique! The bride and her family are Vietnamese, so the day started with a traditional Vietnamese tea party and ceremony where Darline wore a beautiful, red dress that had more detail than any dress I’ve ever seen - it was absolutely stunning!
The wedding day of Tim and Polly started off at the groom’s parent’s house in South Haven overlooking Lake Michigan where the bride, groom and wedding party all got ready. The view was absolutely breathtaking and I was able to capture some really awesome pictures of them getting ready.