Amie’s first set of engagement photos with her wedding photographer had come out so good that I was extremely nervous in the weeks leading up to our shoot.
But I still had hoped to capture Amie and Matt as they are in the day to day, because even if you only spend a moment with them you can truly see the love they have for each other.
I had to take a break from editing these photos last month as I was inspired to write my Matron of Honor speech… I just had to talk about Amie’s “crinkle nose smile,” as its a smile I have loved for many years now but I have never seen her smile more than when she is with Matt. They truly are the sweetest couple.
Anyway, back to our photo shoot… not long after Amie met Matt, she bought a beach cruiser and biking down to the beach became a weekly activity for them and their friends so for years (literally) we have talked about taking their photos on bikes…
I was pretty honored that Amie got this next photo printed HUGE (22×28 inches!!) to display at their wedding, definitely the biggest I’ve ever seen one of my photos printed.
After we put the bikes away, we moved on deeper into Orange Circle—toward the fountain that Matt proposed in front of way back in December. But of course we had to take a pitstop at these stairs as the teal and red color scheme matches their kitchen to perfection!
Standing in the exact spot where he proposed… so sweet…
And now these two are Mr. and Mrs… oh man I can not wait to share [more] wedding photos! It was breathtakingly beautiful, from the bride to the decor, everything was just magical!