A Classy, Steel Blue Wedding at the Granary at Valley Pike
Devon and I love all of our couples, and we say that whole-heartedly! We've never encountered a bridezilla or really any couple that we didn't love working with.
We are always so humbled by this because after a couple's engagement session (or wedding, if they don't have an engagement session), we walk away feeling like we just gained two new friends. And we know that not every photographer or photography team is so lucky to have such amazing relationships with their couples.
What's even more rare is to find a couple like Brendan and Mackenzie... or should I say Mr. & Mrs. Gibson!
These two met one night while Brendan was working at an escape room. Mackenzie came in with her best friend (who eventually got Brendan's number from his boss the next day), and the rest is history!
Though speaking of history... they apparently have a lot more than just the one encounter. They grew up in neighboring neighborhoods, went to the same high school, and even attended the same university, but they never crossed paths. I think Mackenzie describes it best when she says their paths crossing was planned by God to be when they were ready for a life with each other and not coincidental.
We couldn't agree more! Brendan & Mackenzie's love is so evident in the way they look at each other, the way they interact, and the way they serve together. I've truly never met a couple so kind and willing to serve the Lord. It's truly inspiring the way they love people and show them the love of the Lord.
Mr. & Mrs. Gibson, thank you so much for allowing us to help celebrate your love and union! You truly had a beautiful day (despite the bit of rain)! Devon and I admire your positive attitudes and aspire to have a fraction of the good qualities you both share!
P.S. When we come visit you in Delaware, we want to test how good at board games Brendan really is! Game on ;)
Enjoy just a few of my favorites from their massive, picture-perfect gallery (it was so hard to narrow these down - I seriously could have blogged the whole thing)!