When you bond with a bride over a shared love of spreadsheets and organization you know the wedding is going to go off without a hitch. Brooke and Eddie’s Laurel Creek Country Club wedding was exactly as we planned and maybe even better. The timeline of the day moved so smoothly even with the unexpected hiccup of it also being Treasure Day in Riverton. For those of you not from the area, Treasure Day is a townwide yard sale that folks take very seriously. Treasure Day is one of many events Riverton holds to raise funds for their epic 4th of July celebration. A small portion of Treasure Day also took place in the church parking lot! Luckily by the time we arrived for the ceremony the tables and shoppers had gone, but not too early – because our groom scored a sweet Christmas ornament from a yard sale just across from the church!
Everything from the sun, to the perfectly placed clouds making family portraits simple, to the light rain in the evening that made for a few amazing nighttime portraits, worked out in our favor. I also admit that working with an excellent video time was the icing on the cake! Mike and Ted are wonderful people and I was so excited when Brooke and Eddie decided to hire them! Not only do they create amazing videos for their clients but these two gentlemen are some of the most generous people I know. For the past two years a group of photographers and myself have adopted families for Christmas and cooked dinners for families staying at the Ronald McDonald house. Mike and Ted are the first to volunteer or generously donate to these causes!
Thank you Brooke and Eddie for having me photograph your amazing day! It was an honor. Congratulations on your marriage and I wish you both a lifetime of happiness!
Ceremony – Sacred Heart Riverton
Reception – Laurel Creek Country Club
Videographer – Flagship Studios
Photographer – Noreen Turner Photography
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