Covid-19 couldn’t stop these two from having the best day ever. The day before our world got flipped upside down and we were issued to shelter in place, Shannon & Brian put on a brave face and said their “I do’s” in front of their closest friends and family that braved the unknown and risked catching the virus for being there for these two beautiful souls.
Shannon & Brian are not flashy people so they wanted to have a very minimal & clean wedding. Focusing mostly on those who matter to them the most, their family. The people who have helped them get to where they are today. And my oh my guys, this was the sweetest family. Shannon had her sister officiate the wedding and Shannon’s nieces absolutely stole the show, my team could not keep our cameras off them. A moment that was special to Shannon & Brian was the first dance of Shannon’s grandparents. Her grandparents had their 65th wedding anniversary the day after Shannon and Brian said their “I Do’s”and they never got to have their first dance. It was super important to Shannon that they get their first dance, even if it were to happen 65 years later. Moments like these are why I love documenting weddings. Life is precious and moments slip away oh so fast. I love being able to provide proof of important moments like this.
Such an Incredible day.
Make sure to check out their wedding video featuring Brian’s tear jerking vows at the very bottom! ?
KAS Films LLC
Photography: Brianna Lane Photography
Second Shooter: Sarah K
Venue: Machine Shop
Wedding Planner: Events By Melody
Floral: The Cutting Garden
Wedding Dress Shop: Bella Bridal Boutique
Caterer: Common Roots
Videographer: KAS Films LLC
String Lights: Phos Events
Live Band: Lake String Quartet
DJ: Instant Requests
Late Night Eats: Pizza Lucé + White Castle