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Saturday
Sep302017

Grace + Mike // Minikahda

Marriage is about two people deciding to journey through life together as a team, and I can’t think of a better team than Mike and Grace. As the father of the bride so eloquently said, “You have discovered a soul and a heart that match your own. You’re at home with one another.” They are best friends, head over heels in love, and share so many of the same admirable qualities. They’re kind, humble, selfless, and know how to celebrate. As a team you go through the highs as well as the lows, together - and they’ve already had their share of both. Although Mike’s dad Tom wasn’t with us in person, his presence was felt the entire weekend. Mike, as well as his siblings, are a testament to what an incredible man he was. From The University Club for the rehearsal dinner, Mt. Olivet for the ceremony, to The Minikahda Club for the reception, each moment was filled with love, significance, and laughter. This was a weekend I won’t soon forget and I’m so grateful to have been there to tell this story. The honor was doubled by the fact that this is the second wedding I’ve done for the brides family and there is no higher compliment than being asked back - thank you! I have a million favorite moments from our time together but I’ll let the film say the rest. Congratulations Grace and Mike, I have no doubt big things are in store and the world is a better place with you two together. 
As always, it was a team effort and special thank you to the incredibly talented Nicolle Sellers of Mother of the Bride for coordination and planning! It was a pleasure to shoot alongside Gina Zeilder. Finally thank you to Fleurisima Flowers, Instant Request DJ, Synergy, Playatta Slow Motion Booth, Schmitty and Sons Trolley, and Buttercream cakes!

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