I played wedding photographer back in June for Emmy, the eldest daughter of Liz (Clover’s former pre-school teacher). The wedding took place on “the farm” where Emmy grew up and where Lucas and I got hitched nine summers ago. She was just a kid at our wedding, maybe 11 or 12. Ours was the first farm wedding, to be followed soon after by one of Lucas’ sisters and then, years later, his mom. In fact, this was the first farm wedding in which no one from Lucas’ family was getting married!
I was asked to be the official unofficial wedding photographer of sorts and gladly accepted. They did hire a professional to stop by and do some posed portrait type shots, which I was thankful for, as that sort of thing is not really where my comfort zone lies. Wandering around capturing details and spontaneous moments is what I love.
True to form, I gave them the first half of the photos including the ones from the ceremony in a timely manner, but months later just recently finished editing the rest, see I don't just do this with blog posts!
Ha, stay tuned for such posts as the second half of our summer road trip, a magical spring weekend at the Northern California Women's Herbal Symposium, my big 40th birthday bash last winter, or heck, maybe even the second half of our Mexico trip two years ago... see, I procrastinate wildly, I don't forget ;)
In the meantime, while they are fresh off the presses, so to speak, I thought I'd share a few details and spontaneous moments from the second half of Emmy and Anas' special day.