I hope you’re not sick of wedding photos yet! I have another batch to share with you today. These are the photos we took after the ceremony. We took the majority of our photos before the ceremony, because we wanted to spend the first moments of married life surrounded by family and friends, not quickly whisked away to take photos. I’m really happy with that decision, but I do love all of these photos of our family and bridal party.
You can see more of our wedding photos by clicking here.
I thrifted the victorian couch on Craigslist for $99! It also became a part of our “wedding lounge” for the reception. Although I got some raised eyebrows when I asked some of the guys to carry this heavy old couch into the grassy area of Olin Park, I am so glad I stuck with my guns on it! The photo of our family looking down on us is definitely a fave.
Thanks again to Kinsey and Josh of Kinsey Mhire Photography for these stunning photos! They captured our day perfectly and I’m so thankful for all of these wonderful photos that I’ll cherish forever.
Hair: Anna Lutzke, Be Inspired Salon
Make up: Erin Helley
Shoes: Kate Spade
Jewelry: Kate Spade
Photography: Kinsey Mhire Photography
See more of our wedding photos & DIYs:
DIY Hanging Twine Balls
First Look Wedding Photos, Part I
First Look Wedding Photos, Part II
Wedding Dance Party Photos
Wedding Details – Dessert Table & Table Decorations
Wedding Updo – How to Chalk Your Hair
Wedding Ceremony Pictures
Wedding Getting Ready Pictures
Vintage Drawer Pulls as Placecard Holders DIY
DIY Wedding Photobooth Setup with Printable
DIY Gilded Upcycled Plastic Cups
DIY Glitter Upcycled Silverware
DIY Honey Jar Wedding Favors
Rustic Wedding Cake Frosting Technique
Stuffed S’mores Cupcakes Recipe
DIY Glitter Swizzle Sticks
DIY Embossed Envelopes
Engagement Photos, Part I
Engagement Photos, Part II
Natalie J Vandenberghe says
Your photos are beautiful! You’re a lovely bride and everything looks perfect. btw, I think the sofa was brilliant idea 😉
Best wishes for many years full of blessings!
Thanks so much! The sofa was such a nice way to avoid the traditional “everyone stand in a line” photos!