Let’s try something a little different…

      It was amazing being a part of Isabelle and Jonathan’s beautiful day. I could feel love and goodwill radiate all around them, and it was an intimate and sweet wedding with family who came from the opposite end of the globe to see them wed. We started off at the Hyatt for their prep, St. Louis’s for their ceremony, and Ben Hur Shriners for their reception.

      I decided to share just 20 images from their celebration, to see if I could distill the warmth and community into their blog post. I hope you love every single frame as much as I do.

      Without further ado, Isabelle and Jonathan…

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      That first image is killer! The rest are just stunning and priceless. Amazing job!

      Beautiful! Even with the 20 frames, there is a sense of completeness. Love the silhouette shot. And the second-to-last makes me melt.

      Everything is lovely but I LOVE that last shot.

      Is that aisle shot through a window? Whatever you did – I love it! And him watching her come down the aisle! And that last shot – so much joy! This makes me super curious if I could ever do a post with just 20 photos… that is asking a lot of me! haha ;)

      Literally love the 20 frame post. I’ve been trying to whittle down and I am getting *closer* :-)

      Oh my goodness, Elissa. The silhouette of her standing in that room with her veil on is one of the most gorgeous photographs you’ve ever taken.

      Stunning! And I love the boiled down nature of the photographs that you chose, where we still see the entire event but it is somehow more… to the point. So much love, and that second to last picture is amazing. <3