Lexi and Louie came to me a little nervous coming across well in front of the camera, so I was happy to help them be at ease and feel comfortable. Wedding photojournalism means you do less stiff posing and more natural interaction, which for a ball of energy like Lexi was PERFECT. I loved her choice of dress and her venue, so pretty and natural.
The dress was one of the more unique ones I’ve seen. Almost backless and a keyhole neckline.
Hair and makeup by Brandi Marsden( ( V. Vegas Salon)
Dad is a little sad walking his little girl down the aisle.
You did it guys!
Floral Design by Tina of the Special Event Florist
We stopped in Tower grove for some shots.
Lexi the back of your dress is stunning!
Lexi had a really hard time picking out her flowers, finally she just gave Tina creative freedom and I love what she did with it!
I love this detail of Lexi and her dress.
Having two photographers means that one can travel to the reception before guests arrive and get a pristine shot of what the space looks like!
Cake by Wedding Wonderland
A close family Member owns McGurks so we stopped there for snacks and a break inbetween the ceremony and reception.
We stopped by our favorite alleyway in saint Louis, a perfect viewpoint with all the construction that is going on. It never smells nice but then you can’t smell in pictures!
I loved the natural light streaming through the windows. It made for beautiful toast captures!