Levi and Karlie were married two weeks ago in the front yard of their country home. They were surrounded by their family and friends on a very windy and sunny Fall day. The atmosphere in the house was pure excitement when I arrived. The girls were in the finishing touches getting ready, while they guys were hiding out. Karlie’s dress was gorgeous and suited her to a tee. Her bouquet was to die for! It was on trend for 2016 and was so fragrant with the seeded eucalyptus.
My dear friend Cami, from Cambria Custom Events was the wedding coordinator. Her decor and talent flowed throughout the day seamlessly.
Levi and Karlie’s wedding party was not only a ton of fun, but they were also so adaptable as we searched for a location to do photos that guarded the wind gusts (believe me the wind was CRAZY) and the sunny skies! The wedding party showed their loyalty at the reception during their heartfelt speeches. There were tears, laughter and even props during speeches.
DJ Troy Miller from DJ Sound Solution kept the dance floor moving throughout the night. Truly it was a fun night and a celebration of the newlyweds!
Thank you Levi and Karlie. I have loved working with you from the very first email we exchanged last year. Enjoy these sneak peeks of your beautiful wedding day.
MEET THE NEWLYWEDS: Karlie and Levi WEDDING DATE: October 8, 2016 LOCATION: The home of the bride and groom, Columbia City, IN HOW THEY MET: Karlie and Levi went to high school together but didn’t start dating until her senior year of college. Both of their good friends are married and made the dating connection for Karlie and Levi. ENGAGEMENT: Levi proposed in July of 2015 when his family was vacationing in Gatlinburg, TN. They went to an old time photo place and he proposed while they were having their photos taken. FAVORITE WEDDING MEMORIES: The newlyweds loved being surrounded by their amazing family and friends all day. They also loved their branding ceremony (photos below). FIRST DANCE SONG: Tennessee Whisky by Chris Stapleton HONEYMOON: Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
(Screenshot and re-posted photos of this blog post do not represent studio quality.)