Abby and Ryan…where to begin with all the cuteness?! Saturday’s wedding was one of the classiest and most elegant that I’ve had the pleasure of photographing. The church had amazing natural light and neutral walls in the foyer making for amazing photos. The chapel was beautiful as well. It was so clear that everyone involved were so genuinely happy for Abby and Ryan. I almost teared up a few times! The reception at The Summit was stunning as always on the 31st floor of the Bank of America building overlooking downtown. I’m so blessed to have been a part of this couple’s journey together. Congrats, Abby and Ryan!
Ceremony Venue | Asbury United Methodist Church
Florals | Ted & Debbie’s Flower & Garden
Reception Venue | The Summit Club
Cake | Ann’s Bakery
DJ | Infinity Music
Photo Booth | Shutter Shack Photo Booth
To view Abby and Ryan’s Getting Ready & Portraits blog post, click here.
Love this moment between Abby and her father just before he walked her down the aisle. <3 Amazing shots by Heath!
My first shot when the doors open and the bride starts walking down the aisle is always the groom. This is why. Guys rarely show emotion and this shot is priceless. I had tears in my eyes during this sweet moment. Love.
Abby, you are gorgeous.
See what I’m talking about?! This chapel was made for weddings.
Again, a sweet moment captured by Heath. This is why I love having two photographers. While I am capturing the recessional, Heath is following the bride and groom getting the first photos of them as husband and wife.
The view from the south windows at The Summit Club!
I’m not sure how they did it, but those table decorations were amazing.
The first dance.
Love the school spirit from these OSU grads!
Teach me how to Dougie…
Photo booth! I was super impressed with Shutter Shack Photo Booth. They use a Canon 7D (awesome camera) and Alien Bee lights (awesome studio lights) to produce studio quality photo booth images. They will then print out the photos and have the guests sign a scrapbook page and make an album. So cool!
Just before Abby and Ryan made their exit, we went up a floor to take a few photos on the balcony with the city lights in the background. Once we got up there, we realized it was raining. Not just raining, but pouring and lighting. So…we decided to do some in the entryway instead. I love how they came out!
This just about sums it all up!