From the very start, I knew that family would be a huge part of Zach and Alex's big day. They talked about them and how they would incorporate family members from the beginning, especially their kids. Even the proposal was done with their families, on Thanksgiving at Zach's mom's house. And to me, that's exactly what matters on a wedding day. Not the dress, not the colors, not which flowers she chose, but the people they would be saying their vows in front of. Their enthusiasm about the people in their lives made me so excited to work with them.
On the day of their wedding, I saw even more how important this piece was to them. They spent most of the day hugging their families and chatting with them—I could feel the love all around!
One of the most hilarious moments during the cake cutting was Zach surprised Alex with quite the smash, getting cake everywhere. But a few seconds later, Alex's aunt had her back and retaliated by serving Zach some cake in the face. I'm pretty sure they were both still digging cake out of their noses the next morning.
Overall, the wedding reflected exactly what Zach and Alex represent: connectedness. They prioritized one another above themselves as individuals and the day was a true celebration of their love and family. I felt honored to be a part of it and to watch the beginning of the marriage.
Congratulation to these two amazing people!
Photos By - Silver Sparrow Photography LLC
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Special Thanks my awesome assistant photographer, Kate Seppala