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Terri + Carlos// Married

I’m going to be completely honest and just come out and say it.  I adore Terri and Carlos. I loved getting to know them at their engagement session and seeing how perfect they are together.  They are kind, thoughtful, smart and FUN! Oh and they are a photographer’s DREAM. When Carlos and Terri told me that their ceremony was going to start AFTER sundown, I immediately recommended that we do a first look and that we take care of all family and bridal portraits prior to the ceremony. And they pretty much responded “Whatever we need to do to get gorgeous pictures.” And then inside, I did a happy dance.

Even though it was only a few days before Christmas, the weather couldn’t have been more perfect on their wedding day. Terri also couldn’t have been more beautiful! I could not stop snapping photos of her. Good thing that is exactly what I was hired to do!

Terri and Carlos: I loved getting to know your friends and family on your wedding day and I can tell how much they all love you and how happy they are for you both. Your wedding day went on without a hitch and I hope it is a sign of many years of happiness to come. It was hard picking out these images because honestly I love them all, but I hope you enjoy some of my favorites.

 

She is just so beautiful!

One of my favorite parts of the day is always the first look:) 


 

 

 

This light couldn’t be more perfect. 

Terri and Carlos served their guests made to order lattes to keep everyone warm during the ceremony.

Yep. I adore them.

I love the anticipation of the bride walking down the aisle. 

The speeches were funny. 

Happy.

So happy they make you cry. 

Heartfelt.

And the speeches aren’t any good unless one of them is a tiny bit embarrassing. 

Their guests were so much fun!

 

Congratulations Terri and Carlos! It was an honor to share your day with you and I loved every minute of it!

Shout out to Stewart and Alicia for assisting me:) You guys ROCK!

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