October 4th was a day full of love, emotion and happiness. I didn’t know much about Brooke and Ryne before their wedding, but now I can tell this was a day of sunshine they both were praying would come for many years. And it did.
Of course there will be ups and downs in every marriage, but I have a feeling this couple will have no trouble making it through the tough moments with the kind of love they share.
It was fun filming at Mustard Seed Gardens in Noblesville for the first time. I was impressed and everyone worked well together. And the bluegrass band was awesome!
There really isn’t anything else I can put into words, you just have to watch.
This was a wedding I was waiting for. I got to go back up to my hometown and see my family and film a wedding. What a great weekend. I forget the story of how they found me, but I believe Katrina may have found my website and Landon was like, “I know him, and his brother.” My brother knows pretty much everyone in northern Indiana and Landon and his brother Austin are good friends of his.
Like Katrina said, it really was perfect. One of those flawless weddings. They had their first look at this old, awesome home (that I’d like to live in) near downtown Elkhart. Beautiful shady trees surrounding the home made for some great lighting. Then the ceremony and reception were both at The Lerner Theater, which recently had a multimillion dollar renovation and looked amazing. This building has been around since 1924, almost 100 years!
It was fun working with Susie’s Photography and my DJ buddy Matt with Infinity Music Service. Matt kept the dance floor popping.
I hope this is a day you never forget and you have many more special days like this for years to come. Thank you, Katrina and Landon, for allowing me to follow you around all day with a camera. Take care, and God bless.