There is something so wonderful about small, intimate, non-traditional weddings. I like to think it's the type of couples who tend to have these weddings, that makes them so special. And this sweet Sunday wedding was no different.
Juliana and Aaron said "I do" beneath two ficus trees, officiated by Aaron's dad, and surrounded by their closest friends and family, many of whom traveled long distances to be with them. There was hardly a dry eye in the room as Aaron's dad got choked up at the end when he was pronouncing them for the first time as husband and wife. I admit, I'm pretty sure I too shed a tear.
When I first spoke with Juliana about their day, she told me they were considering having games at the reception instead of dancing, and I'm so glad they did. Everyone seemed to be enjoying the corn hole (or bag toss if you're that person), life size Jenga, and of course... a limbo challenge!
I'm so honored to have met Juliana and Aaron and to have captured their day. There were so many sweet and lovely moments that it was hard to pick for this blog, but I cannot wait to share them all with you!
Cheers to the newlyweds!