On a warm October afternoon in an old barn on a ranch, Casey + Brooke said their vows. It was so beautiful, sweet, and special. Every single part.
Red cowboy boots with a wedding dress? YES.
Brooke chose rope wreaths instead of bouquets, and she wore turquoise + silver pieces along with her rings.
Sweet moments with mom.
Brooke’s sister made this comb..so so special.
And her gals.
After Brooke’s sweet first looks with her gals + all of the pretty detail shots, I headed to see Casey at the barn.
A quick good luck shot before the ceremony.
And a boutt check from mom, and then it was time to get down the aisle.
The end of the aisle hug from dad is always so special.
How great are these cowhides?!!?! I still can’t get over it.
Moms lighting the candles for the unity candle. Moments like this during the ceremony are extra special.
Exit kiss is ALWAYS a good idea….
After some hugs and happy tears we headed out to some other old barns for bridal party shots. The lighting + setting was just so perfect.
For golden hour we had planned to hop in our cars and head to a spot right across from the venue, but the gate locked 1 hour before sunset…. we made the quick decision to drive about 15 minutes out to the hills. It was so so worth it.
These two made my job so easy.
That golden hour glow on these two was just….*chef’s kiss*.
For their cake cutting Brooke + Casey had planned together instead of feeding each other cake, they caked their best man + maid of honor. No one was expecting it, and it was the perfect last reception event.
One last dance in the barn that they said their “I Do”s in to end the night.
So lucky to work with couples who like to have fun + make it hard to say goodbye when their galleries are finished. I was sad to get this one off of my editing block, but so excited to share it with them.