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Amanda and Daniel’s Wedding

March 8, 2019

Filed in: Weddings

It was a sunny and chilly day in February.  Ok, actually, it wasn’t just chilly… it was FREEZING!  But despite the cold, this wedding was perfect and wonderful and beautiful.  You may recognize this stunning couple from their engagement session that I recently posted on my blog.  If you missed that blog post, go check out their amazing session here!  I wrote a little about Amanda and Daniel in my previous post and I don’t want to repeat myself too much.  But I want to say again how special Amanda is to me.  I have known her and her family for years and they have always been there for me when I needed them.  I love them all so much and it was such an honor to photograph this wedding.  I’m so extremely happy that God brought Daniel and Amanda together!  They are an awesome couple and I can’t wait to see what God has in store for them as they go to Hungary to do missions!  So, back to the chilly wedding day in February.  We started off at the beautiful 317 Collective.  My wonderful and extremely talented friend, Katy Davis, own this amazing studio in downtown Greenwood.  I was so thankful when she graciously allowed us to rent out her space for part of the day.  It was such a blessing to have a beautiful location to get ready in and a place to do some portraits before heading to the church.  Thank you, Katy!!!!!!!!!  After we finished up at the studio, we made our way down the street to the church for the ceremony and then went over to Coffeehouse Five for the reception.  I love that the reception was at Coffeehouse Five because Amanda’s family owns the coffeehouse and it’s where Amanda and Daniel first met.  The next day, Daniel’s family hosted a reception at Mt. Auburn where Daniel’s dad is the pastor but before the reception, I was able to get a few photos of Amanda and Daniel in the snow!  (So, I had to throw a couple of those on here, too.  They were too cute not to post.)  

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