Jakob + Jessica // Weller’s Carriage House Garden Wedding
“There are a lot of good hearts in this room.” Those were the words a guest said to me as I was photographing Jakob and Jessica’s wedding. Honestly, that’s what I remember most about their day: all the love and goodness. They honored past German family traditions like sawing a log in half, just like Jessica’s parents did at their wedding. Family members officiated and classical musicians played (a nod to Jakob’s study of classical trombone.) Jess wore the necklace her mom wore and the flowers were done by a close family friend. Everything had purpose and intention. Good hearts + good people = a happy marriage, indeed.
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