I’ve formed a new habit this wedding season. Every night, when I return home from shooting a wedding, I grab a little notebook I keep on my desk and write down the one memory that really made an impression on me that day. It’s a privilege to get to do what I do, to get to be with people on their wedding day, and the psychology major in myself has always loved making little observations about a couple’s behavior on their best day ever.
For Cassy and Cameron, after driving the four hours home from their wedding at Cassy’s family’s cabin up north, I grabbed my notebook and scrawled the words “The way they instinctually found one another’s hands at the start of every prayer.” I could tell, this was a couple whose love and affection had become a second nature to them, as natural as breathing.
Here are Cassy and Cameron, showing their second nature.
AHHHHHHHH so freaking gorgeous!!
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This is so gorgeous and beautiful. Everything about it.
Lovely, lovely. So many beautiful moments captured.
There’s something about the way he wraps his arms around her that melts my heart…excellent work here Heather!! Bravo!
Beautiful! The couple must be stoked about their portraits!
Wow what a great location and lovely couple.
The one of them standing on the haybale is so dang gorgeous!
Holy Smokes, so good! That first shot is rad.