I had the most wonderful time capturing Anna & Jake’s intimate wedding ceremony at Sky Meadows State Park this past weekend. It seems that the rain clouds happen to magically disappear just when we need them to. It was certainly a hot August day, but with the low humidity & a little shade it made it at least a little more bearable 😉 Sky Meadows State Park made such a beautiful location for an intimate wedding ceremony such as this.
Did you know that Anna & Jake actually met at a grocery store? How adorable is that? It turns out these two newlyweds are moving to Atlanta, Georgia THIS wednesday. I honestly don’t know how they looked so calm & collective with everything they have going on, but I couldn’t have met a more laid back couple. Anna & Jake were the absolute sweetest!
As soon as I arrived I was greeted with such warmth by Anna & Jake’s family. This was the first time I’ve captured a wedding where I hadn’t formally met the bride & groom before their wedding, but Anna & Jake acted as if we had been friends for a long time. Due to their laid back demeanor, their playful personalities & their chemistry, it played a huge role in how easy it was to capture the love between them. Anna & Jake exchanged vows among their closest family in an intimate wedding ceremony underneath the trees. The privacy that the ceremony location provided made it absolute perfection.
Anna & Jake both wanted a nature feel to their wedding day portraits, & Sky Meadows State Park offers so many beautiful views. We started at the ceremony location, while wrapping up at the Stone House which offers a beautiful view of the valley. Anna & Jake were such great sports while braving the heat & sun during our last portion of their portrait session, but I’d say it was well worth it 😉 I had such an amazing time cutting up with these two, while capturing the undeniable chemistry between them. Here are just some of my favorite images from their special day.
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