wedding part 2 : first look

17 Dec

Brian and I decided to see each other before the ceremony. Mostly because we wanted to have beautiful light for our pictures but also because we wanted a moment alone before all the craziness began. It was our special moment…shared with two photographers. These pictures made me remember the butterflies I felt in my stomach when I walked up behind him, the way Brian excitedly kept saying “can I turn around now?!…how about now?!” & how it felt to meet eyes with my soon to be husband for the first time on our wedding day. I cherished these 30 minutes…alright 20 minutes (the schedule! the schedule!) alone with him.












6 Responses to “wedding part 2 : first look”

  1. Miss Lynzie (@smalltimecook) December 17, 2013 at 8:11 am #

    KATE!! These are gorgeous! I’m so happy for you two. Can’t wait to see more pictures of your special day. xx

  2. Sarah Ann Noel December 17, 2013 at 1:07 pm #

    Oh my word.I just cried.
    You are so stunning!

  3. sophiaharcourt December 17, 2013 at 4:04 pm #

    Aww these pics made me so happy! A couple years of following your blog and one meeting with you both makes me happy to see this. I love how you were in each others lives meekly before but how you have now become one great duo (ahem, I mean trio, with Sir Frank 😉 ). Much love and happiness to you both.

  4. erin haslag (@erinhaslag) December 18, 2013 at 10:07 am #

    I love the photo of Brian with his hand over his heart. So much said without saying a word.

  5. amelie88 December 20, 2013 at 9:25 pm #

    I like it when couples do this–see each other before the ceremony. Takes the pressure off during the ceremony and is a great way for the bride and groom to be alone before the wedding circus!

  6. di @ life of di. December 21, 2013 at 7:07 am #

    I love these. So very sweet. I think if I could change anything about my wedding day it would be to have had this time alone together before the ceremony. My mom kept telling me that it broke tradition but I think otherwise. I still think a wedding can be traditional without keeping ALL traditions 🙂

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