One of the things I love most about capturing a wedding is hearing the couples love story. Every one of them is truly unique, and of course, Mr. and Mrs. White’s is no exception. To be completely honest, I don’t know that I could ever find the words that express how special their love truly is. October 26th, 2019, was a day full of love, happy tears, and so many smiles. Brandon and Barrett stood in front of God, their family, and so many of their friends to turn a lifelong friendship into forever. One of my favorite details about the day, was the video Brandon’s dad made of the two growing up together. The video was played just before Barrett walked down the aisle, and really, it just does not get any sweeter than that.
Barrett and Brandon’s wedding took place at Burdoc Farms in Crofton, Kentucky. They were married inside the Keith Glenn building, which overlooks a gorgeous pond with Swans who call it home. (Does it get more romantic than swans?! I think not..) They had a beautiful bridal party with 20 people by their side and Brandon even mentioned how many friends Barrett has. He finds that to be one of the things he loves about her. She is such a kind, sweet hearted person, it is only natural that everyone wants to be her friend!
And of course, we all know that rain on your wedding day means good luck for your marriage, and in this case, I hope Brandon and Barrett bought a lottery ticket as soon as they left Burdoc Farms! I’m kidding, but it did rain a lot. However, in between rain showers, we were able to do some portraits outside and I think their photos really capture how amazing their love truly is. After a night of dancing, Mr. and Mrs. White were able to exit in the most epic way possible, with a huge firework display! It was MAGICAL! So here are my favorite highlights from the White wedding! I hope you all enjoy and share with your friends, because this wedding deserves to be seen!
Thank you Barrett and Brandon for having me be a part of your special day! I can’t wait to watch your marriage grow in the years to come.