Ok, so do you want to hear the sweetest thing ever? Heather and Adam were sharing the story of how they fell in love with Adam's brother-in-law Josh and he joked that there was a song in there somewhere. After all, Adam had pursued her at her job for a long time, and their first date was at a cute little wooden playground where they ended up talking for hours through the night falling in love along the way. Then Josh actually wrote them a song about their first date and then sang it for their first dance. And I die from cuteness overload.
All Saints Chapel, built in 1875, was just perfect for them. It has this classic and timeless feel to it due to its beauty and having Oakwood Cemetery out the front door adds an element of history that really suits their personalities. I love that not only was Heather "ok" with doing the first look in the graveyard but when I said I could make it not look like a graveyard with my angle she said she really wanted the graveyard in the photos! The coolest bride ever.
Heather and Adam also share a mutual love of gaming. They even brought their gaming controllers to the engagement shoot which was so fun, and in his first words in his vows Adam talked about having a player number 2 for life - bringing a knowing laugher from everyone in the room and a huge smile to Heather's face. They are just a perfect match.
I hope you guys enjoy reliving the day as much as I did! Here are a few favorites!
We all know how much I love first looks. They just make the day so seamless and allow so many emotions to be had in private with only your love. However, I am also quite partial to father-daughter first looks. Especially when they have as sweet a relationship as these two.. Oh my goodness, I was just a pile of mush after this moment. Brian was being his usual self, full of jokes and trying keep it cool, but I think it just made Heather realize she adored him that much more. Bring on the Kleenexes!
Photography: Cynthia Viola
Venue/On-site Coordinator: Diane at All Saints Chapel
Dress: David's Bridal
Groom's attire: Men's Warehouse
Rings: Ultimate Concepts by Brad Dingler
Flowers/Coordinator:Jane at The Wedding Woman
DJ: Todd Moody
Caterer: Empire Eats Catering
Rehearsal Dinner: Gravy
Hair: Lauren Meyers Stevens
Make Up: Melinda Ewbank
Invitations: Made by groom :)
Honeymoon: Washington D.C.