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The most unique element of our wedding day was having it in our backyard. We really liked the idea of doing it at home so that every day we can look out at our backyard and see the spot where we made a lifelong commitment to each other. Neither of us is big on being the center of attention, especially in front of a big crowd, so keeping it small felt more like us. We wanted to be able to spend quality time with our guests, as well as each other, on our wedding day and thats just not really feasible with a larger group.

Scott actually built the bridge we stood on to get married. Walking down the aisle with my parents and seeing ScottI honestly dont know if the memory in my head is one from my own brain camera or from our images, but I do have a pretty steady image of his smile and the look on his face when we first saw each other. I hope I never forget that look. ~ Laura


Creative team

photography | Brittany Butterworth Photography gown | English’s Bridal hair | Acacio Da Silva at Aeracura harpist | Dean’s Duets reception | Quanto Basta cake | Ketchie Creek Bakery

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