"When you're walking down that aisle and seeing your partner for the first time on your wedding day you won't be thinking about the past, your heartbreaks, your mistakes...you'll be thinking He was so worth the wait". A pastor friend of mine told me that years ago, and I've never forgotten it.
The waiting is hard, and can be lonely, frustrating, and every emotion in between. But when you meet that person and find yourself on your wedding day; it will be so worth the wait. I believe that.
Shooting Marshall and Mallory's wedding was this fleshed out. They didn't see each other before the ceremony. The moment when the doors opened and Mallory and her dad walked down the aisle was powerful. It brought tears to my eyes. It was holy.
Marshall and Mallory you two are special individually and as a couple. I'm so grateful that you chose me to capture your day. God has beautiful things for the two of you. I truly believe the best is yet to come.
I usually don't post a ton of reception pictures. But honestly...how could I not?
PS. Shout out to Lindsey Shea for being an incredible assistant! You're the bomb.com