They say when you know, you know. Abbey and Ryan knew. Right away. Instant attraction. They don’t have to use a lot of flowery words to describe their love. It just is. Simple, beautiful, happy. That’s the way I would describe Abbey and Ryan. They are best friends first and lovers second. They are a true team. It’s inspirational to see this kind of love still existing today. It makes all things possible. Like planning an at home DIY wedding on a Sunday.
Why get married at home? Abbey and Ryan asked why not. They wanted an intimate affair and to keep it simple and sweet. I absolutely adored spending the day with Abbey and Ryan. I can’t thank them enough for their hospitality and kindness. All my love for a happy life together!
This is the front porch of their home. When you live here, why get married anywhere else?
I love when couples chose to do a first look. I think this is the definition of “jaw-dropping.”
A few from the ceremony. I was hiding in the bushes with my 70-200 for these.
After the ceremony, I spotted a wheat field next door and I knew I wanted to shoot in it. I wasn’t sure if Abbey was game to climb through it in her dress. I never should have doubted her! She climbed right in like it was nothing! Thank you Abbey! It was so worth it for these shots.
This one might be going on my wall soon…
Abbey incorporated several Pinterest projects into her decor.
Yes, I’m going to end with a grainy black and white, because they are my fave.
Click here to see more of Abbey and Ryan’s wedding.Ceremony & Reception | Private Residence Officiator | Thomas L. Schroeder Dress | Dere Kiang Flowers |Target DJ | Full Effect Productions
Groom’s Attire | Joseph A. Banks Groom’s Boutonniere | Etsy Rings | Leo’s Jewelry Wayne, MI Catering | Carlson Catering Belleville, MI