Kelsey and Matthew are blissfully married and I could not be happier for them. Their day was full of emotion and sweet moments that made me over the moon. Above is one of my most favorite parts of their wedding day. A trend in wedding photography right now is to have a private moment with the groom before the wedding BUT staying true to tradition and not seeing each other. Kelsey & Matt choose to share notes as they stood on either side of the door. It was perfect, they talked, giggled, you could see their nervous excitement and my favorite comment was “I’m ready to get married.” I think this one image sets the tone for their day and their marriage. See below for some other precious moments from their preparations and ceremony. Tomorrow check back for the romantics, reception and slide show.
Kelsey’s Grandma seeing her in her gown for the first time, look at the light in her eyes. It makes me melt.
I love Mom’s and how much they love their daughters. Better yet I adore the look on Kelsey’s face, it just shows how much she knows she is loved.
Grandma wasn’t the only one that got to have a big reveal, Dad came to see Kelsey in her gown before the ceremony.
AND when he saw her she cried. 🙂
Nothing is sweater than tutu’s and ballet slippers on flower girls. Classic, timeless and so princess perfect.
Before they left to prepare to walk down the aisle he sealed his time with her by a gentle kiss on the hand.
This bouquet by Lush Couture Floral is amazing BUT what makes me swoon is this custom locket with photos of all her family members that could not be with her.
String quartet providing the perfect backdrop to the ceremony
Matt is a clever man, he came up with a whole new tradition. A BRO ROW. What is that? It is the equivalent of house party for the ladies but this dapper group of young men took seats of honor right behind his family to support their friends vows.
I am a sucker for Mom, Daughter moments and I love this one.
Stunning and ready to walk the aisle.
Looking for his bride.
Matt – you are a BAD groom. You are not supposed to kiss her until AFTER the wedding. I love that he was so overwhelmed and excited that he forgot tradition and went with his heart.
Matt’s Uncle married the couple which I love. It means SO much more when you have a genuine connection with your officiant.
Stay tuned for more images tomorrow…..Oh they are good.
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