I can’t believe Monday is ALREADY here! But thankfully, it’s ALMOST over! lol
So, to help you get over those Monday blues, I have a brand spankin’ new wedding to show you!
Y’all remember Tricia and Mark, right?! I had such a great time photographing their wedding at Loflin Yard!!
I LOVED working with these two for their big day! The day was fun, entertaining, snappy casual, and full of the looooooooove. Couples are so unbelievably in love on their wedding day, and it’s amazing to watch, let alone photograph! Looking back over the photos, there’s so many emotions throughout the day. There’s nervous excitement/anxiety everyone feels before the ceremony…. Then there’s the sweet expressions from the first look with both Mark and Tricia’s mom. The weight and importance of the ceremony, and then the relief when it’s over. And of course, there’s everyone having fun and bustin’ a move during the reception. Let me just say that some of their guests could really dance! LOL!
Anyways, some general information about their day! It was my first time shooting a wedding at Loflin Yard, and luckily, not my last!! 🙂 The venue itself is pretty unique from other venues in the vibe it has. The texture on the walls, a stage with an American Flag as a background, train tracks out back…. It’s a combo of a barn/warehouse/bar and backyard, which was pretty awesome! And from a photographer’s standpoint, I loved their string lighting on the inside of the Coach House and lining the aisle outside. Any lighting like this makes for some nice sparkler photos, as well as bokeh (the blurry light effect) during the reception! But enough talk, let’s see the photos. 🙂
So, presenting, Mark and Tricia’s Wedding day…
Congrats again, Allmons! 🙂
I want to send out a special thanks to my second shooter, Emily! Loved your reception shots AND your couples shots!! As always, I had such a great time working with you! 🙂
For all of my Brides-to-be, here is Tricia and Mark’s wedding vendor list!
Venue and Caterer: Loflin Yard
Photographer: Madison Yen with Maddie Moree (duh….)
Cake: Cakes by Lucy
Florist: The bride and her family did most of the flowers, but Deedra Stone did the bouquet.
Makeup/Hair: Chelsea Prince at Empire
Dress: BHLDN from Anthropologie
Photo Booth: Photo booth Bling
Till next time, y’all!