A pandemic didn’t stop these two rockstars from getting married this year. With all the hurdles they had to go through and sacrifices they had to make, love is what concurred them all.
Mike and Danielle had to cancel their original wedding plans and had a small intimate wedding at Danielle’s parents property in Georgetown. They set up a tent in the backyard where they had the ceremony and a BBQ dinner reception. The whole day was very laid back even with some hiccups here and there (FYI Ubering in Georgetown = bad idea) we still had a beautiful wedding. Mike and Danielle had done a first look at Scotsdale Farms which was such a beautiful spot and took all the photos their as well. Because the wedding was on a Friday it was very quiet and not over populated with other visitors or photoshoots going on. Was nice and peaceful and just what we needed. Danielle’s dress is actual custom made by Acacia Couture which turned out stunning! She wanted to take the lace from her mothers wedding dress and create something unique from it and wow did they do an amazing job! Also all the bouquets and boutonnieres were created by Danielle. If you can’t tell they are actually artificial and are made from wood paper. I had to take a second glance at the rose ones because it looked so realistic. They turned out so gorgeous, was such a unique idea. Lets not forget about Mike, his suit from Moores suited his personality spot on. Very different and edgy, he totally rocked it.
I hit it off right away with Mike and Danielle when first met and knew that we were going to have an awesome time together. We are all so similar that I felt like I have known these two forever. They are so perfect together and bring out the soft side in each other. I am so happy for you both and have more than enjoyed our time together. I can’t thank you enough for allowing me to capture your special day and wish you nothing but the best in your journey ahead. I know this is not goodbye, congrats again, cheers!