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The Spurlock Wedding {Wooster, OH Wedding Photographer}

Pink velvet.  Vintage lace.  Bottled soda pop. = Perfect wedding.

Aubrey (and Aaron) helped make my *first* wedding a breeze!  You see – like many brides, Aubrey’s an avid wedding photography blog reader.  I was delighted that she “took a chance” with me and wholeheartedly commissioned me to be their wedding photographer!  This was my first wedding, but I was SO ready.  🙂  You see, I’M and avid wedding photography blog reader myself and have been wanting to challenge myself a bit and add a limited amount of weddings per year.  When I met with Aubrey and Aaron to discuss their upcoming wedding, I just knew that it was going to be a blast!  Aubrey’s vision for her wedding was completely in line with the types of weddings that I hope to photograph.  She’s trendy, bubbly, and was ready to let me have complete creative freedom with my photography on their wedding day.

Um….We ALL got slightly teary-eyed when she went downstairs to greet her dad.  🙂  I couldn’t help myself but be so excited for this beautiful bride!

I’m so pleased that Aaron and Aubrey decided to have a “First Look” – it really allowed for *plenty* of time for their photos before the ceremony and for them to relax and enjoy their day together!  Here’s Aaron, anxiously waiting for his bride.

The wedding party was fantastic.  I couldn’t have asked for a more cooperative group.  🙂

Aaron – your wife has probably told you before…you’re one handsome dude!

…and apparently you already know that.   😉

Seriously, could you guys be any cuter?  I’ll fight anyone who disagrees.

I have a “thing” about photographing gorgeous bouquets.  I’ll save you from having to view the other 412 images of Aubrey’s fabulous bouquet.  (wink, wink)

I loved how Aubrey had pre-planned the props…the pink velvet couch, lace tablecloth, the bridesmaid’s beautiful bracelets all worked together so wonderfully to cast the vintage feel of their day.

Future brides – take notes.

Their wedding ceremony took place in a secluded grassy park.  The rain stayed away and it was simply beautiful.

I loved this moment between Aubrey and her father just before they walked down the aisle.  I wonder what he was telling her?  🙂

Details, details, details.  I’ll admit it, I’m a sucker for bottled Coke.  Future brides – take notes.  😉

I’ll leave you with one of my favorites from the day.  Aaron & Aubrey – thank YOU for the beautiful day – many blessings on your marriage!

…and a big “thanks” to Julia of Julia’s Focus Photography for doing a fantastic job as my assistant shooter!