As you’re all aware, of course, given the current pandemic situation going on in the world, a lot of our wedding couples have opted for smaller “micro weddings” for their celebrations this year. The idea being that, we’ll do a small microwedding this year and celebrate with a bigger wedding reception next. Given that microweddings bring a smaller crowd, it really does make our brides and grooms be more selective with who is coming. It becomes a very intimate affair and in the case of Tiffany and Jay you could feel how happy every single one of their guests was to not only witness their friends and family getting married but to share in the joy with everyone else around them. Of course proper precautions were taken, but it didn’t stop from everyone feeling the same joy they would’ve had.
When we first got to their house, they were just finishing with getting ready. So we took some of the wedding details (wedding dress, wedding shoes, jewelry, wedding rings, etc)
Although the bride and groom didn’t want to see each other prior to the ceremony. Tiffany did want to see her mom’s reaction before they walked down the aisle. It was such a beautiful moment!
Micro Wedding Ceremony
After our beautiful bride’s mother saw her in her wedding dress for the first time, it was time for our groom to see her too. The ceremony was spread out and outdoors and once everyone was seated, Tiffany was ready to walk down the aisle. It was an absolutely beautiful ceremony filled with tears of joy, memories shared and smiles for days
Microwedding Bride and Groom Photos
After the ceremony we took our bride and groom out and around their house from some portraits. We didn’t go very far but we didn’t have to. Tiffany and Jay have a beautiful home and it gave us a ton to work with before we let them go to rejoin their family