One of the coolest things I love about documenting weddings is getting to see how they pull the family together. No, not like just coming to watch, but getting to actually participate. It’s much like the Power Rangers coming together. Grandma is skilled at making cakes, so she heats up the oven. A close friend knows how to make videos, so he does that. Cousin whatever is a florist and makes the bouquets.
As sweet as all that sounds, it’s usually not always confidence inspiring. But in Amber and Ryan’s case this was anything but true. They put down one of the best “family” done weddings I think I’ve ever seen. The ceremony was complete with hand-written vows, heartfelt words, and a few tears for good measure. The reception was done up right, with simple yet-beautiful decorations and grandma’s cake on display, all surrounded by the beautiful artwork of the Anderson Arts Center. A perfect stage for a very-much in love couple to start their new life together.
Thanks again for having us guys! We had a blast!
Ceremony: Varennes Heights Baptist Church
Reception: Anderson Arts Center