Sara & Matt’s gorgeous wedding day at the beautiful Mustard Seed Gardens was such a feast for the senses, with so many indelible moments to cherish. I met Sara seven years ago at a fun “trash the dress” shoot with Nathaniel Edmunds Photography, so knew what I’d be in for when I got the call about her wedding – lots of music & lots of fun.  Sara has music in her soul & simply couldn’t stop singing, whether it was to Matt during the ceremony (with the bridesmaids on backup) or at the end of the night, and the song she wrote & recorded for her father was a tearjerker during their dance.

The amazing details big & small probably deserve their own blog post, but my favorites were the keepsake hankie passed through the generations sine 1940, the wedding programs that doubled as popcorn bags, and pretty much everything inside the wedding barn.  Add a handsome groom who could hardly look at Sara without tearing up and a hilariously unpredictable little boy named Dex who just about stole the whole show, and you have a perfect wedding day that I wish I could film over & over.  Props to Design Group, A Cut Above Catering, Sound Advice along with so many others for making this day unique and special!

Image by Nathaniel Edmunds Photography

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