They say that opposites attract. I guess that proved to be extremely true for Ian & Laura. At first glance they don’t appear to have much in common – Ian is organized; Laura is disorganized. Ian is happy in sweatpants all day; Laura is always dressed to the nines. Ian has a huge family while Laura came from a small family. But whatever their differences, the two of them make up for it in how well they mesh together. One thing Laura said she loves about Ian is how well he understands her – he knows how she’ll react to something he says; he knows when she’s uncomfortable and how to make her more comfortable. Over the years they’ve learned to understand one another perfectly and embrace each other completely. What a special day it was to see two people who have put in that effort now promising the rest of their lives to one another!
Laura & Ian’s wedding had a rustic, vintage vibe with a fun flair. East Delta hall was perfectly suited to the theme, and can I just say that the s’mores bar was brilliant?! I may or may not have stolen that idea from Laura for my birthday party.
One thing that Ian & Laura did that day that was a total first for me was going mini-golfing between the ceremony and reception. I would do it again in a heartbeat! One of the ways Ian & Laura are opposite is their love for being in front of the camera – it’s much more Laura’s thing than Ian’s. So we compromised. Instead of doing a full, posed portrait session, we spent an hour or so playing mini golf! It was a great way to relax and have fun amidst the fast-paced day, and it made their photos look fun and different!
Ian & Laura, thank you so much for including me in your big day. Congratulations, and may God richly bless your future together!
Such beautiful photos! You are so talented. Thanks for all the help in Laura’s special day.