Sean & Rochelle met on the sunny beaches of Pensacola, FL— at a wedding. Sean’s cousin married Rochelle’s childhood best friend, and Sean and Rochelle were both in the wedding party. Their friends (wisely) paired them up, and by the end of the weekend, everyone around them knew that this new couple had something special […]

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  • Amy B - Her dress, the details, the location- all absolutely gorgeous. And she is beautiful! I truly love the moments captured at the first look- so sweet. :)ReplyCancel

Buck and I were in Chicago this weekend, photographing a friends wedding. We took a little extra time on Friday afternoon to explore, and then spent all day Sunday walking around the city, arm-in-arm, bundled up against the cold, eating good food and drinking good coffee, enjoying every moment together. That is, until it came time to decide […]

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  • Danielle Welsh - Thank you for sharing this Sarah! I’m looking forward to this series. I’ve only been married for one year and I’m still absolutely Shocked at how hard communicating is in marriage. But what a great way to demonstrate the Kingdom! And to learn how much we are always in need of complete Heavenly Grace.
    My husband and I also refer to such things as “The Great Such and Such of Whatever Year it is” – good to know other couples do too :PReplyCancel

  • Karli - Beautiful post! My fiancée and I see ourselves working through similar miscommunications, but are so grateful to see where Jesus reveals what he wants to teach us. Can’t wait to read more from this series!ReplyCancel

  • Lawana 'Stahlhut' Penrod - This is real life! Dumb arguments happen. Communication and forgiveness are both SO important in marriage! Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Renee - What an honest and beautiful post!ReplyCancel

  • Rici - Dear Sarah!
    thank you for being honest! I think it is super courageous to write about your Debacle.
    I so very much like your way of finding words!
    Thank you. Many greetings from Germany. :)ReplyCancel

  • Robyn Nicole Lee - One word: hangry. ;)ReplyCancel

Frank and Emily said “yes” to each other for the rest of their lives during the sweetest wedding celebration I can remember to date. From a fun morning getting ready with the bridesmaids, to the look on Frank’s face during Emily’s trumpet-filled entrance, to the “walking through Georgetown” wedding party portraits, to Frank’s heart-melting toast to his bride […]

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  • Nastja - Such a beautiful & elegant wedding. <3 Love how she was prepared for the rain and not at all upset about it if it were to rain. :)ReplyCancel

  • Karena Dixon - Beautiful flowers. Beautiful bride.ReplyCancel

  • Isabelle - So elegant and timeless! Gorgeous bride and the photos are stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Leia - Beautiful photos, Sarah!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Arieno - In awe at the amount of love and individual attention the bride and groom had planned for so many. Not gonna lie, when I read that he had all the guys surround his mother and dance with her, I cried. How beautiful is that?!ReplyCancel