Sarah and Brian met in 2007 while studying at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. They are one of the easiest and definitely the most low-key couple I have ever worked with. They are the kind of couple who would prefer to spend the day walking their dogs or riding their bikes rather than being the center of attention at their wedding. While many brides would have been a bit upset about the pre-ceremony rain, Sarah had an amazing “everything will work out perfectly” attitude that made for a stress free wedding day.
The wedding and reception were both held at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force. We had planned for a “first look” in the garden but when mother nature had other ideas for us they were perfectly accepting of the change to the inside of the museum. Amazingly enough the sky cleared before the beautiful chapel ceremony and the garden made a wonderful backdrop for a few portraits before going to the reception. So while everything worked out to allow us to capture all of the photos we wanted it is always nice to work with a couple that is able to adapt when plans have to change.
Congratulations Sarah and Brian! Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your special day.