Rebecca and her mother were one of the first clients I ever had in my studio. When they asked to come by and meet me because they were in town, I had not quite officially opened the studio yet. I remember having to stop painting when they came by. Wearing my grubby clothes, with paint still on my hands, I thought this was probably not the best impression to give a new client. In that moment though, this was who I was. A guy who working hard at creating something, yet I would drop everything in a moment to help out a client.
Then I met Rebecca, her mother and later Paul at their engagement session and that was probably the best impression I could ever give them. Rebecca and Paul are such down to earth, good people that seeing me just as I was perfect. Seriously, Rebecca got a donkey for a wedding gift, I don’t think she minded one bit I had a little paint on my hands the first time we met. All through their wedding day I watched this couple have a wedding that, in the most positive way, was no big deal to them. Sure Rebecca had a little butterflies putting on her dress 😉 but so much of the day they were just content knowing that after all the hard work, all the planning, all the details… they were just relieved to be able to be a husband and wife. No pomp and circumstance with these two, just a couple that can finally go home to their almost zoo and be that husband and wife.
Rebecca and Paul, thank you for the memories, the stories and the laughs! Congrats!
Ceremony Venue: Middle Creek Presbyterian Church
Reception Venue: Masonic Temple
Makeup: Arch Apothecary
Cake: Sugar Jones
DJ: Luxe Productions
Photo Booth: Luxe Productions
Videographer: Vixen Productions