A few weeks ago, one of my best friends got married. I was honored that he asked me to be a groomsman in the wedding, but I knew that I wanted to take pictures as well. So we talked about it and decided that I would do both! It was a crazy experience playing both roles, but luckily I have my wife (who happens to be an amazing photographer) to be with me throughout the day. Anything I couldn’t shoot, she did and knocked it out of the park!
Jason and Morgan are special people. They are part of incredible families and it was such a joy to see so many people I love come together and celebrate their union. This is the story of their big day. I’m proud to show off all my friends and I’m happy that two amazing people became one.
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Morgan’s sister, Gracie, raises chickens, so I thought it was only right that I use eggs for the ring shot.
Our mutual friend, Randi, did the make up. I shot Randi’s wedding a few years cialis with atenolol ago and was happy to see her there.
This was the day of storms (It’s a Nichter family tradition to have a huge storm on the wedding day). The first storm threw everything around giving Morgan’s dad the job of umbrella removal.
Our good friends, Chelsea and Jonathan, watching from the swing. Chelsea helped facilitate the whole wedding and did an incredible job. If you need someone to help out the day of your wedding, contact me for her information.
Then the second storm came. Here is Chelsea rescuing the desserts from the barn.
The rain prevented any normalcy at the reception. They couldn’t have a regular dance floor, and the band couldn’t set up. For any other couple this would be a wedding nightmare, but Morgan and Jason never had down moment. They made the most of the situation and it made things a little more romantic. Their first dance was a unorthodox. The band played and acoustic set and sang the Avett Brothers with a some help from their iPhones. Everyone sang along and it was incredible!