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Aaron and Sarah Married!: Carson Newman

You may remember Sarah and Aaron from their epic engagement session in Knoxville’s Willow Creek Antiques store.  I can’t get enough of these two and their When Harry Met Sally start to their relationship.  Both English teachers, they speak with refinement yet act comedically when together.  They are light-hearted and playful yet touch each other’s spirits in a deep and genuine way.  Before anyone walked down the aisle, Sarah and Aaron played a video over the big screen where they were being interviewed on their thoughts about each other.  As Sarah described Aaron as smart and amazing, Aaron described Sarah as bird-like and (I believe) a wanderer. HYSTERICAL.

It was very When Harry Met Sally in The Office.  Hmmm . . . maybe they’re more like Jim and Pam . . . hmmm. I can’t decide! haha! Either way, all their guests had an opportunity to get to know these two better as a couple.  Despite the funny video start, Sarah tearfully walked down the aisle with her mother by her side . . . a moment that touched many guests.  After exchanging self-written vows, Sarah and Aaron invited guests to a reception that reflected their personalities and interests with books and vintage teapots as the decor.  It was truly a beautiful celebration! Here are a few of my favorite images from their day:

Getting ready . . . Some sunny details :) Moments from their first look: After shedding a tear or two, Sarah needed a hanky which had a nice little hiding place ;) Sarah showing her fun bride side . . . Love this next one! Giddy – up, Sarah! LOL! Sarah has a sneaky tongue . . . LOL!!! A chic wedding party bein’ a chic wedding party . . . Aaron fanning his bride . . . haha! I’m a big fan of relaxed wedding party pictures.  Too much structure kills the mood man.  Shooting on the fly is my preferred style and, in my opinion, creates more authentic photos.   Although Sarah and Aaron did a first look, which I always recommend, their ceremony was still filled with emotion.  I think couples worry that they’ll lose that “big moment” if they see each other pre-ceremony.  Trust me . . . it’s still a “big moment” once the moment arrives.   A few reception details . . . And they’re off to happily ever after  . . .

  • Paige - August 5, 2011 - 9:40 am

    i looked FOREVER for a dress like hers and could never find one. i LOVE it!!

  • Emily - August 5, 2011 - 12:18 pm

    Lori,

    You captured the day and the couple PERFECTLY! You are amazing! Congrats to my best friend and her prince charming!

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